George Wallington – Jazz ForThe Carriage Trade 200g /MONO – QRP

$53.00

For sale individually and as part of Analogue Productions’ Prestige Mono Series Cut from the analogue masters by renowned mastering engineer Kevin Gray 200-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings has a flat edge profile and deep groove label, true to the original LP released in 1956 Deluxe high-gloss tip-on album jacket Besides his importance as one of the first bop pianists, a major j...

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    For sale individually and as part of Analogue Productions’ Prestige Mono Series

    Cut from the analogue masters by renowned mastering engineer Kevin Gray

    200-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings has a flat edge profile and deep groove label, true to the original LP released in 1956

    Deluxe high-gloss tip-on album jacket

    Besides his importance as one of the first bop pianists, a major jazz composer, and a prototypical trio player (as heard on The George Wallington Trios), for a time pianist George Wallington was also a New York combo leader and talent scout on the order of Art Blakey and Miles Davis. This 1956 session comes from the period when Wallington was musical director at the Cafe Bohemia in Greenwich Village, where the present Quintet introduced then-young lions trumpeter Donald Byrd and alto saxophonist Phil Woods to jazz’s major leagues.

    For this Jazz For The Carriage Trade reissue, bassist Teddy Kotick and drummer Art Taylor complete the group on a program that includes three standards ("Our Delight," "Our Love Is Here to Stay" and "What’s New"), a pair of Woods originals ("Together We Wail" and "But George") and Frank Foster’s "Foster Dulles." All Music Guide says "The music falls between bebop and hard bop with Woods sounding quite strong while Byrd comes across as a promising (but not yet mature) youngster. A fine example of this somewhat forgotten but talented group, easily recommended to bop collectors."