Zoot Sims

The Modern Art Of Jazz

Dawn

Personnel:
Zoot Sims (ts), Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb), John Williams (p), Milt Hinton (b), Gus Johnson (d)

Reference: DCD 101

Bar code: 8427328441018

Special Collector's Edition

· Complete Sessions
· Bonus Tracks
· Original artwork and liner notes
· Hi-Fi Recordings
· Newly Remastered


Tracklisting:
01. September In The Rain (Warren-Dubin) 5:07
02. Down At The Loft (John Williams) 4:27
03. A Ghost Of A Chance (Young-Crosby-Washington) 6:37
04. Not So Deep (Zoot Sims) 7:02
05. Them There Eyes (Tracey-Pinkard) 5:59
06. Our Pad (Johnson-Brookmeyer) 4:42
07. Dark Clouds (Zoot Sims) 4:31
08. One To Blow On (Zoot Sims) 5:29
09. When The Blues Come On (Darwin-Cohn) 4:37 *
10. Buried Gold (Zoot Sims) 6:16 *

Total time: 55:04 min.

(*) Bonus Tracks

Sources:
Tracks #1-8, originally issued on Dawn DLP-1102
Tracks #9 & 10, previously unreleased

Personnel:
Zoot Sims (tenor sax), Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone), John Williams (piano), Milt Hinton (bass), Gus Johnson (drums).
Recorded in New York City, January 11 & 18, 1956

Liner notes: Nat Shapiro
Original sessions produced by Chuck Darwin
Produced for CD release by Jordi Pujol

24-Bit · High Resolution Remastering
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Review:

"These early 1956 sessions feature Zoot Sims in top form playing a pair of standards and originals by members of the quintet. Bob Brookmeyer is the perfect foil for the tenor saxophonist, as they seamless interweave intricate lines throughout the record, especially in an upbeat take of "September in the Rain." Pianist John Williams contributed the cool "Down at the Loft" and solos brilliantly on every track. Brookmeyer penned the slinky "Our Pad" with drummer Gus Johnson, a track that would have fit a typical Gerry Mulligan date (with whom both Sims and Brookmeyer worked from time to time). Sims contributed three originals, but the hottest solos come in the closer, appropriately titled "One to Blow On." Anchoring the rhythm section is the great bassist Milt Hinton, who is easily identifiable after just a few notes during his solos."

Ken Dryden -All Music Guide

Price:

$11.14  (tax incl.)

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