The Best Blue Note Album in the World...Ever!

The Best Blue Note Album in the World...Ever!


Product Details

Release Date: 08/31/1999
Label: Parlophone (Wea)
UPC: 0724352007028
catalogNumber: 200707

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lou Rawls   Track Performer
Cannonball Adderley   Track Performer
Miles Davis   Track Performer
Richard Elliot   Track Performer
Dexter Gordon   Track Performer
Grant Green   Track Performer
Herbie Hancock   Track Performer
Bobby McFerrin   Track Performer
Lee Morgan   Trumpet
Ike Quebec   Track Performer
Horace Silver   Track Performer
Stanley Turrentine   Tenor Saxophone,Track Performer
Cassandra Wilson   Track Performer
Us3   Track Performer
Art Blakey   Track Performer
Donald Byrd   Track Performer
Kenny Burrell   Track Performer
John Coltrane   Track Performer
Lou Donaldson   Track Performer
Eliane Elias   Track Performer
Charlie Hunter   Track Performer
Big John Patton   Track Performer
Dianne Reeves   Track Performer
Jimmy Smith   Track Performer
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Vinícius de Moraes   Composer
Michael Cuscuna   Liner Notes
Norman Gimbel   Composer
Jimi Hendrix   Lyricist
Antonio Carlos Jobim   Composer
Van Morrison   Composer

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The Best Blue Note Album in the World...Ever! 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can live with the first CD. It isn't what I would choose, but it's pretty good. The second CD, with the exception of Jimmy Smith's "Back at the Chicken Shack", needs to be completely redone. A few suggestions: Add Donald Byrd's "Free Flight". Add Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" and "Dolphin Dance". Add Grant Green's "Idle Moments", Art Blakey's "Free for all", Wayne Shorter's "Adam's Apple", and Joe Henderson's "Mode for Joe", and "Recorda Me". Insert McCoy Tyner's "Passion Dance". Last, but not least, put in Freddie Hubbard's "Open Sesame". That should bring it back up to 4 stars at least. Not the greatest Blue Note CD in the world, but close enough.