Bop Stew

Bop Stew

by Phil Woods Quintet
     
 

Phil Woods is in particularly inventive form throughout this live set from the 1987 Fujitsu-Concord Jazz Festival. Joined by his longtime quintet (with trumpeter Tom Harrell, pianist Hal Galper, bassist Steve Gilmore, and drummer Bill Goodwin), theSee more details below

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Phil Woods is in particularly inventive form throughout this live set from the 1987 Fujitsu-Concord Jazz Festival. Joined by his longtime quintet (with trumpeter Tom Harrell, pianist Hal Galper, bassist Steve Gilmore, and drummer Bill Goodwin), the altoist stretches out on five selections, including a clarinet feature on "Poor Butterfly" and two of his originals. Galper's "Bop Stew" (which quotes several bop-era songs) is a highlight. Virtually every Phil Woods recording is easily recommended to modern mainstream jazz fans (he is one of the most consistent of all jazzmen), but this one seems even a touch more inspired than usual.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Concord Records
UPC:
0013431434528
catalogNumber:
4345

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Performance Credits

Phil Woods Quintet   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Phil Woods   Indexed Contributor,Clarinet,Alto Saxophone,Track Performer
Hal Galper   Piano
Steve Gilmore   Bass
Bill Goodwin   Drums
Tom Harrell   Trumpet,Flugelhorn

Technical Credits

Leonard Feather   Liner Notes
Hal Galper   Contributor
Steve Gilmore   Contributor
Bill Goodwin   Producer,Contributor
Tom Harrell   Contributor
Carl Jefferson   Producer
Chris Long   Producer
Hatsuro Takanami   Engineer
Kent Judkins   Artwork
Devon Bernardoni   Engineer
Carl E. Jefferson   Producer

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