Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic
Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk - AudioSoundMusic

Nathan Davis Quintet Featuring Carmell Jones – The Hip Walk

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Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Nathan Davis [click here to see more vinyl featuring Nathan Davis]

Trumpet – Carmell Jones [click here to see more vinyl featuring Carmell Jones]

Drums – Kenny Clarke [click here to see more vinyl featuring Kenny Clarke]

Bass – Jimmy Woode

Piano – Francy Boland

Written by Nathan Davis (A1-3, B2, B4), Jerome Kern (B1), Carmell Jones (B3)


 

1 LP, gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Optimal Media GmbH

Label :  MPS

Original Label : SABA

Recorded September 1rst, 1965 at SABA Tonstudio Villingen

Recording Supervisor – Willi Fruth

Engineered by Rolf Donner

Produced by Joachim E. Berendt

Remastered by Christoph Stickel

Cover by Jean-Pierre Leloir

Liner Notes by Ken Dryden

Photography by Manfred Schaeffer

Originally released in 1965

Reissued in 2017

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. The Hip Walk
  2. While Children Sleep
  3. Train of Thought

Side B:

  1. Yesterdays
  2. That Kaycee Thing
  3. Carmell's Black Forest Waltz
  4. B's Blues

     

    Reviews:

    “Jones and Davis knew each other as youngsters in Kansas City, their home town, and this German session marked their chance to renew that early association, but in a European context. Berlin-based at the time, Davis was always set on academia, later relocating to the US to work as an educator and largely disappearing from public view – although he returned occasionally to Europe to play in the Paris Reunion Band. Jones, on the other hand, was feeling his way, having been invited to Germany by producer Joachim Berendt at Davis’ behest. That said, Jones stayed and became a regular with the SFB radio orchestra in Berlin, before fading into obscurity back in the US.

    Neither man quite has their act together on the title track, a skittish piece with a complex descending motif, Jones’ clarion tone recalling Clifford Brown, the ideas less clearly realised.

    Davis excels on his own tenor ballad ‘While Children Sleep’, poised and clear; and is featured on flute in a pleasing rendition of ‘Yesterdays’. Jones is more settled on ‘That Kaycee Thing’ with Woode and Clarke in perfect accord, Boland comping inventively and Davis still juggling his earlier Don Byas-like inclinations with new-found Coltrane-isms. Jones is calmer and better on his ‘Carmell’s Black Forest Waltz’, striving less and achieving more. The final blues goes well, too, Davis alert on soprano. So, at under 40 minutes duration, something of a mixed bag, but good to hear Woode and Clarke at their best.” Jazzwise Review by Peter Vacher

     

    Ratings :

    AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.69 / 5

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