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Drums Around The World

Philly Joe Jones (フィリー・ジョー・ジョーンズ)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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1792
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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Canada
オリジナル盤発売年
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1959
フォーマット
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CD
その他
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輸入盤
クレジット
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Benny Golson(Sax (Tenor)),  Benny Golson(Saxophone),  Blue Mitchell(Trumpet),  Cannonball Adderley(Sax (Alto)),  Curtis Fuller(Trombone),  Herbie Mann(Flute),  Jimmy Garrison(Bass),  Lee Morgan(Trumpet),  Philly Joe Jones(Drums),  Sahib Shihab(Sax (Baritone)),  Sam Jones(Bass),  Wynton Kelly(Piano),  Herbie Mann(Piccolo),  Jack Higgins(Engineer),  Orrin Keepnews(Producer),  Orrin Keepnews(Liner Notes),  Philly Joe Jones(Performer),  Benny Golson,  Blue Mitchell,  Cannonball Adderley,  Curtis Fuller,  Herbie Mann,  Sahib Shihab,  Wynton Kelly

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Drummer Philly Joe Jones takes a lot of solo space (including an unaccompanied The Tribal Message) throughout this CD reissue. He utilizes an all-star group with such soloists as trumpeter Lee Morgan and Blue Mitchell, trombonist Curtis Fuller, Herbie Mann on flute and piccolo, altoist Cannonball Adderley, Benny Golson on tenor, baritonist Sahib Shihab, pianist Wynton Kelly and either Sam Jones or Jimmy Garrison on bass. The music is supposed to showcase styles from around the world including Latin America and the Far East but in general those references are somewhat superficial (including Cherokee) and come out sounding like hard bop. There is some strong playing but this set is primarily recommended to fans of Philly Joe Jones's drum solos. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Blue Gwynn (07:29)
  • 02. Stablemates (05:56)
  • 03. Stablemates (04:27)
  • 04. Carioca ("El Tambores") (04:29)
  • 05. Tribal Message [Drum Solo] (02:51)
  • 06. Cherokee (08:17)
  • 07. Land of the Blue Veils (03:38)
  • 08. Philly J.J. (10:13)

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Philly Joe Jones

A fiery drummer and a masterful accompanist, Philly Joe Jones came to fame as a key member with the first classic Miles Davis Quintet. After serving in the Army, he moved to New York in 1947, became the house drummer at Cafe Society and played with a who's who of bop (including Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, and Fats Navarro). He worked regularly with Ben Webster, Joe Morris, Tiny Grimes, Lionel

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