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Midnight Rumble

Hank Crawford (ハンク・クローフォード)

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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1891122
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1983
フォーマット
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CD
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Bernard Purdie(Drums),  Calvin Newborn(Guitar),  Charles Flip Greene(Bass),  Charlie Miller(Trumpet),  David Newman(Sax (Tenor)),  Dick Griffin(Trombone),  Dr. John(Organ),  Dr. John(Piano),  Hank Crawford(Piano (Electric)),  Hank Crawford(Sax (Alto)),  Howard Johnson(Sax (Baritone)),  Waymon Reed(Trumpet),  Howard Johnson(Tuba),  Bob Porter(Producer),  Malcolm Addey(Engineer),  Barry Shapiro(Photography),  Bill Harvey(Composer),  Earl Forest(Composer),  George Horn(Remastering),  Hank Crawford(Conductor),  Hank Crawford(Horn Arrangements),  Lee Hildebrand(Liner Notes),  Phil Bray(Photography),  Phil Carroll(Art Direction),  Phil Carroll(Design),  Sy Oliver(Composer),  Traditional(Composer),  Calvin Newborn,  Charles Flip Greene,  Charlie Miller,  Dick Griffin,  Waymon Reed

商品説明

Midnight Ramble, released in 1983 on Milestone, was saxophonist Hank Crawford's return to recording after a four-year break following his departure from Kudu. It was the beginning of a decades-long relationship with the prestigious jazz label. Crawford, a veteran of Ray Charles, had long been associated with soul-jazz groove-oriented music. On this date, he delivers a solid, straight-ahead session with some notable surprises. The first is that he plays not only his trademark alto saxophone, but also electric piano. Next is his rhythm section: Dr. John on piano and organ, Charles Flip Greene on bass, guitarist Calvin Newborn (brother of Phineas), and stone-cold soul-jazz drummer Bernard Purdie. But that isn't all. Crawford also includes five other horns: two trumpets, trombone, bass saxophone, and David Fathead Newman on tenor. Needless to say, Crawford's idea of straight-ahead still contains plenty, plenty soul. The program is solid, top to bottom; it's amiable, relaxed, and deeply rooted in the blues. Phineas Newborn's Theme for Basie and the saxophonist's own composition of the title track are highlights, as is the gospel-oriented blues of Deep River, with Dr. John's piano leading the band. Among his better offerings, Midnight Ramble stands as one of the more inspired records Crawford cut after leaving Atlantic in 1969, and reveals that the extended downtime had helped him to regain his focus and his power (both imaginatively and compositionally) as one of the great soul and blues-oriented jazzmen in history. ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Midnight Ramble (06:06)
  • 02. Forever Mine (05:32)
  • 03. Theme for Basie (05:52)
  • 04. Mister C (05:53)
  • 05. Street of Dreams (05:05)
  • 06. Next Time You See Me (04:47)
  • 07. Deep River (05:55)

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Hank Crawford

With an unmistakable blues wail, full of emotion and poignancy, altoist Hank Crawford bridges the gap between that tradition and that of jazz more completely than any other living horn player. Born in Memphis, Crawford was steeped in the blues tradition from an early age. He began playing piano but switched to alto when his father brought one home from the army. He claims his early influences as L

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