Page One is the debut release by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson. It features some of Henderson's most appreciated pieces such as "Recorda Me," later to become a jazz standard, and "Out of the Night," originally written in 1957. This 1963 Blue Note recording finds tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson joined by McCoy Tyner, Kenny Dorham, Butch Warren, and Pete La Roca. Due to his signing with the Impulse! label at the time, McCoy Tyner's name was left off the cover.
AllMusic describes the album as a "particularly strong and historic effort." According to All About Jazz, Page One, which introduced the Jazz standard "Blue Bossa," is still one of Henderson's "most critically acclaimed albums." The album was identified by Scott Yanow in his Allmusic essay "Hard Bop" as one of the 17 Essential Hard Bop Recordings.
Newly remastered for vinyl as part of an overall Blue Note 75th anniversary vinyl reissue campaign spearheaded by current Blue Note Records President, Don Was.
Remastered & reissued as part of the Blue Note 75th Anniversary campaign
Includes special Blue Note 75 vinyl sleeve that features album cover art for 75 Blue Note Titles
First run pressings to include Blue Note 75th logo on back of package
Kenny Dorham, trumpet
Joe Henderson, tenor sax
McCoy Tyner, piano
Butch Warren, bass
Pete La Roca, drums
1. Blue Bossa
2. La Mesha
6. Out of the Night