Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)

Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with Ike Isaacs Trio, feat. Harry Edison - The Hottest New Group in Jazz (Mono)

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Vocals : Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross

Trumpet: Harry Edison [click here to see more vinyl featuring Harry Sweets Edison]

Drums: Jimmy Wormworth,

Bass: Ike Isaacs

Piano: Gildo Mahones

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Mono

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded in 1959

Remastered by Ray Staff at Air Mastering

Originally released in 1959

Reissued in 2012


Tracks:

Side A :

1. Charleston Alley
2. Moanin'
3. Twisted
4. Bijou
5. Cloudburst

Side B :

1. Centerpiece
2. Gimme That Wine
3. Sermonette
4. Summertime
5. Everybody's Boppin'



Reviews
:

The premier jazz vocal act of all time, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross revolutionized vocal music during the late '50s and early '60s by turning away from the increasingly crossover slant of the pop world to embrace the sheer musicianship inherent in vocal jazz. Applying the concepts of bop harmonies to swinging vocal music, the trio transformed dozens of instrumental jazz classics into their own songs, taking scat solos and trading off licks and riffs in precisely the same fashion as their favorite improvising musicians.

Vocal arranger Dave Lambert wrote dense clusters of vocal lines for each voice that, while only distantly related, came together splendidly. Jon Hendricks wrote clever, witty lyrics to jazz standards like "Summertime," "Moanin'," and "Twisted," and Annie Ross proved to be one of the strongest, most dexterous female voices in the history of jazz vocals. Together Lambert, Hendricks & Ross paved the way for vocal groups like Manhattan Transfer while earning respect from vocalists and jazz musicians alike.



Ratings
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Discogs : 3.65 / 5

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