The New Jazz Sampler

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All Music Guide - Tim Sendra
New Jazz was a series undertaken by Prestige Records to showcase new and underappreciated artists who were recording original and sometimes daring sounds. Some of the new artists featured on the 15-track collection that spans the years 1959-1964 are Oliver Nelson, Eric Dolphy, Lem Winchester, and Gigi Gryce. There are also early appearances as sidemen by such future innovators as John Coltrane, Larry Young, and Booker Little. The disc features classic tracks from landmark records like Yusef Lateef's "Cry!-Tender" from 1959's Cry!/Tender, Eric Dolphy's "Far Cry" from 1960's Far Cry, and Gigi Gryce's "The Rat Race Blues" from 1960's The Rat Race Blues. Also of note is "Da Duh ...
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All Music Guide - Tim Sendra
New Jazz was a series undertaken by Prestige Records to showcase new and underappreciated artists who were recording original and sometimes daring sounds. Some of the new artists featured on the 15-track collection that spans the years 1959-1964 are Oliver Nelson, Eric Dolphy, Lem Winchester, and Gigi Gryce. There are also early appearances as sidemen by such future innovators as John Coltrane, Larry Young, and Booker Little. The disc features classic tracks from landmark records like Yusef Lateef's "Cry!-Tender" from 1959's Cry!/Tender, Eric Dolphy's "Far Cry" from 1960's Far Cry, and Gigi Gryce's "The Rat Race Blues" from 1960's The Rat Race Blues. Also of note is "Da Duh Dah," a strong hard bop track by the mighty R&B saxman King Curtis from his jazz debut, The New Scene of King Curtis, from 1960. The entire disc is strong and exciting and very well-compiled. Highly recommended for all who are fans of uncompromising and thrilling hard bop.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/21/2003
  • Label: Ojc
  • UPC: 025218371025
  • Catalog Number: 3710

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 The Rat Race Blues (6:36)
  2. 2 Minor Mishap (7:25)
  3. 3 Will You Still Be Mine? (7:03)
  4. 4 C'est Formidable (3:41)
  5. 5 Dacor - Art Taylor (5:34)
  6. 6 Trinidad (4:31)
  7. 7 Well Now (1:59)
  8. 8 Cry! -Tender (5:59)
  9. 9 Help (4:52)
  10. 10 Far Cry (3:55)
  11. 11 Rally - Ron Carter (5:42)
  12. 12 Da Duh Dah - King Curtis (5:10)
  13. 13 March on, March On (5:01)
  14. 14 Late Leader (5:00)
  15. 15 With Prestige (5:12)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nat Adderley Trumpet, Soloist
Ron Carter Bass, Cello
King Curtis Tenor Saxophone
Eric Dolphy Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Kenny Drew Piano
Jon Eardley Trumpet
Art Farmer Trumpet
Tommy Flanagan Piano
Jimmy Forrest Tenor Saxophone
Gigi Gryce Alto Saxophone
Louis Hayes Drums
Elvin Jones Drums
Sam Jones Bass
Wynton Kelly Piano
Booker Little Trumpet
Herbie Mann Flute
Red Mitchell Bass
Hank Mobley Tenor Saxophone
Oliver Nelson Tenor Saxophone
Charlie Rouse Tenor Saxophone
Art Taylor Drums
Mal Waldron Piano
Doug Watkins Bass
Lem Winchester Vibes
Larry Young Hammond Organ
Oliver Jackson Drums
Pete Jolly Piano
Hugh Lawson Piano
Richard Wyands Piano
Thornel Schwartz Guitar
George Duvivier Bass
Yusef Lateef Oboe, Tenor Saxophone
Larry Bunker Drums
Kenny Burrell Guitar
Jaki Byard Piano
Paul Chambers Bass
John Coltrane Tenor Saxophone
Walter Davis Jr. Piano
Eddie DeHaas Bass
Julian Euell Bass
Addison Farmer Bass
Frank Foster Tenor Saxophone
Frank Gant Drums
Benny Golson Tenor Saxophone
Roy Haynes Drums
Albert "Tootie" Heath Drums
Lonnie Hillyer Trumpet
George Joyner Bass
Wendell Marshall Bass
Charlie Persip Drums
Mickey Roker Drums
Idrees Sulieman Trumpet
Herman Wright Bass
Jimmie Smith Drums
Richard Gene Williams Trumpet
Pete Cera Piano
Technical Credits
King Curtis Composer
Kirk Felton Remastering
Michael Rozek Liner Notes
Jamie Putnam Art Direction
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