Live at the Village Gate

Live at the Village Gate

by Clark Terry
     
 
Flugelhornist Clark Terry, three weeks shy of his 70th birthday at the time of this live performance, sounds very much at the peak of his powers throughout Live at the Village Gate. Teamed up with old friend Jimmy Heath, who doubles on tenor and soprano, pianist Don

Overview

Flugelhornist Clark Terry, three weeks shy of his 70th birthday at the time of this live performance, sounds very much at the peak of his powers throughout Live at the Village Gate. Teamed up with old friend Jimmy Heath, who doubles on tenor and soprano, pianist Don Friedman, bassist Marcus McLauren and drummer Kenny Washington (altoist Paquito D'Rivera guests on "Silly Samba"), Terry performs eight little-known originals. The tunes are all fairly basic, but they inspire these talented musicians to some of their best playing. The hard-swinging music, which includes a trumpet-drums duet on "Brushes & Brass" and some singing from the audience on "Hey Mr. Mumbles," is quite enjoyable, and among the most accessible type of jazz.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/01/1991
Label:
Chesky Records
UPC:
0090368004925
catalogNumber:
49
Rank:
163546

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Clark Terry   Primary Artist,Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Paquito D'Rivera   Alto Saxophone
Don Friedman   Piano
Jimmy Heath   Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Kenny Washington   Drums
Marcus McLaurine   Bass
Marcus McLauren   Bass

Technical Credits

Bob Brookmeyer   Composer
David Chesky   Producer
Norman Chesky   Executive Producer
Clark Terry   Composer
Bob Katz   Engineer
David Manley   Engineer
Hal Wilson   Art Direction
Marc Crawford   Liner Notes
Lynette Meynig   Paintings,Cover Art
Scott Meynig   Paintings,Cover Art

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