Genre: Jazz
Label: Jazzline/PO
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Louis Hayes/Junior Cook Quintet At Onkel Po's Hamburg 1976 180g 2LP

Louis Hayes/Junior Cook Quintet

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180g Vinyl Double LP!

The series continues! Drummer Louis Hayes, best known from his work with Cannonball Adderley is presented here together with his co-leader, tenor-saxophonist Junior Cook, known from his work with Horace Silver, a fantastic hard bop quintet, which featured young Woody Shaw on trumpet. The trumpeter turned 32 in the year this recording was made and was already on track for a career, which would make him one of the most important representatives of contemporary jazz (silenced way too early!). Shaw died in 1989, not even 45 years old. Already almost completely blind, he lost an arm in a subway-accident. Shortly afterwards his body just gave up. Recordings of Shaw together with his own ensemble are among the highlights of the Onkel Pö-series. Shaw is exemplary for the musician at the crossroad between tradition on the one side and change on the other. He was able to perform freely but still keep a close attachment to the masters who had influenced and formed him. Until today he is one of the great forbears and casts a long shadow on young musicians, who again and again explore the narrow path which separates tradition and progress. Recorded March 11, 1976 at Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall, Hamburg, Germany; Recorded by NDR Hamburg.

Features extended liner notes in English and German by Michael Laages.

• 180g Vinyl
• Double LP
• Gatefold jacket
• Made in EU

Woody Shaw, trumpet
Junior Cook, tenor sax
Ronnie Matthews, piano
Stafford James, bass
Louis Hayes, drums

Side A:

1. All The Things You Are
Side B:
2. When Sunny Gets Blue
3. Ichi-Ban
Side C:
4. Moontrane
5. Pannonica
Side D:
6. Moment To Moment
7. Four For Nothing

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