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Blueberry Hill - Jack Montrose Featuring Bob Gordon Quintet, Clifford Brown Ensemble - Arranged By Montrose (Vinyl, LP)

| 10.10.2019


  • Shaktirg says:
    The Koch Jazz reissue Arranged/Played/Composed by Jack Montrose was originally released on Atlantic in Tenor saxophonist Montrose was from the West Coast school of cool jazz, and was significantly influenced by classical music. On this date he was thinking specifically about utilizing every instrument in structured chamber-esque arrangements.
  • Dinos says:
    This album features four originals by trumpet extraordinaire Clifford Brown with the arranging left to Jack Montrose. Montrose grabbed a few of the jazz heads that were in LA at the time, including two guys visiting from New York: Zoot Sims, apparently in LA for a change of scenery, and Clifford Brown, on tour with Max Roach.
  • Kazile says:
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  • Shakakazahn says:
    Montrose's arrangement of 'Blueberry Hill' moves between 3/4 and 4/4 time, but has straight-ahead blowing on the solos by Clifford, Stu Williamson and Gordon. Brownie's two originals - neither of which was ever recorded by the quintet - are 'Bones for Jones' and 'Tiny Capers'. Both feature solos by Brownie, Zoot Sims and Russ Freeman.
  • Zuzahn says:
    Dec 29,  · Jack Montrose - Blues And Vanilla (Full Album) .. Jack Montrose (December 30, – February 7, ) was a jazz tenor saxophonist and arranger. After attending university in .
  • Kagat says:
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  • Totaur says:
    JACK MONTROSE Vinyl Records and CDs American jazz tenor saxophonist and arranger, born December 30, in Detroit, Michigan, died February 7, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Jack Montrose Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  • Melar says:
    A two-disc set that combines a disc of Clifford Brown playing ballads with a second disc of Sonny Rollins doing the same, which means one gets two fine jazz saxophonists doing their thing. Neither playlist is anything like essential, but both are pleasant outings.

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