Live at the Blue Note

Live at the Blue Note

by Kenny Burrell



Always one of the most tasteful of musicians, guitarist Kenny Burrell is in fine form on this set from 1996. He is joined by a rhythm section led by pianist Sir Roland Hanna, trumpeter Jimmy Owens (who is in excellent form), either Steve Turre or Benny Powell on trombone and the underrated tenor-saxophonist and flutist Jerome Richardson. Burrell sings a heartfelt "Dear Ella" (his voice is just average) and there is a vocal apiece by Jeannie Bryson (a sensuous "I've Got A Crush On You") and Vanessa Rubin ("All Blues"). Other highlights of this relaxed bop set include Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer," Richardson's "Groove Merchant" and a medley of "Embraceable You" and Charlie Parker's "Quasimodo."

Product Details

Release Date: 10/08/1996
Label: Concord Records
UPC: 0013431473121
catalogNumber: 4731

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kenny Burrell   Primary Artist,Guitar
Ray Drummond   Bass
Jimmy Owens   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Jerome Richardson   Flute,Saxophone
Vanessa Rubin   Vocals
Horacee Arnold   Drums
Jeanie Bryson   Vocals
John Burk   Percussion
Sherman Ferguson   Drums
Roland Hanna   Piano
Marcus McLaurine   Bass
Benny Powell   Trombone
Steve Turre   Trombone

Technical Credits

Jack DeJohnette   Liner Notes
Malcolm Addey   Remixing
John Burk   Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Kenny Burrell   Producer
Kooster McAllister   Engineer
Kent Judkins   Art Direction

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