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Besides being one of the best tenor saxophonists
of his time, Henry (Hank) Mobley (1930-1986) is
widely recognized as one of the great composers
of the hard-bop era, with interesting chord changes
and room for soloists to stretch out (this LP includes
four of his compositions). Soul Station, which
features him as the only horn in a quartet format
with an all-star rhythm section consisting of Wynton
Kelly at the piano, Paul Chambers at the bass, and
Art Blakey at the drums, is generally considered to
be his finest recording.
HANK MOBLEY, tenor sax
WYNTON KELLY, piano
PAUL CHAMBERS, bass
ART BLAKEY, drums
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
New Jersey, February 7, 1960.
Original recordings taped by Rudy Van Gelder
& produced by Alfred Lion.
Same personnel but PHILLY JOE JONES (drums) replaces Blakey.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, March 26, 1961.
[This is the only quartet selection from Mobleyâs LP Workout
(Blue Note BST-84080)].
180GR. / EACH LP HAS ITS STICKER
|Media||Musik LP (LP VINYL)|
|Dimensions||314 × 314 × 3 mm|
|Weight (estimated)||300 g|