Cd - Clifford Big Band Jordan - Play What You Feel

Cd - Clifford Big Band Jordan - Play What You Feel

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Detailed item info Album Features UPC: 735561032329 Artist: Clifford Jordan Format: CD Release Year: 1997 Record Label: Mapleshade Records Genre: Jazz General Track Listing 1. Third Avenue 2. Angelica 3. Old Bo 4. I Waited for You 5. Introductino to Evidence 6. Evidence 7. I'll Be Around 8. Bearcat 9. Down Through the Years 10. Charlie Parker's Last Supper 11. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 12. Band Roster Details Playing Time: 70 min. Producer: Clifford Jordan, Larry Willis, Pierre M. Sprey Distributor: Allegro Corporation (Dist Recording Type: Live Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album Notes Personnel: Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone); John Jenkins , Charles Davis (alto saxophone); Lou Orenstein, Lou Orensteen, Junior Cook, Willie Williams (tenor saxophone); Robert Eldridge (baritone saxophone); Dizzy Reece, Don Sickler, Joe Gardner, Dean Pratt (trumpet); Kiane Zawadi (trombone, euphonium); Benny Powell (trombone); Ronnie Mathews (piano); Tommy Campbell (drums).Liner Note Author: Pierre M. Sprey.Recording information: Condon's, New York, NY (12/1990).Arrangers: Clifford Jordan; Dizzy Reece; Don Sickler; Charles Davis .In 1990, tenor-saxophonist Clifford Jordan achieved one of his lifetime goals and formed a big band. They recorded a demo in December, 1990, that helped land them a record deal with Fantasy. The orchestra recorded one album before Jordan passed away in 1993. The music on Play What You Feel, which was originally the demo, was released for the first time in 1997. The 16-piece orchestra, which includes many of Jordan's friends and longtime associates, was loose but tight, featuring strong solos, spirited ensembles and colorful straight-ahead arrangements. In addition to Jordan, who is heard in prime form and often sounds exuberant, key soloists include Dizzy Reece, Benny Powell and Junior Cook. Highlights include Duke Ellington's joyful "Angelica," "Evidence" and "Charlie Parker's Last Supper" (a blues in the "Parker's Mood" vein) but all of the selections are fun and swinging. This is a highly recommended if little-known gem that makes one happy that Clifford Jordan was able to achieve his goal. ~ Scott Yanow