Herb Geller

Stax of Sax

Fresh Sound Records

Herb Geller (as), Victor Feldman (vib), Walter Norris (p), Leroy Vinnegar (b), Anthony Vazley (d)

Reference: FSRCD 075

Bar code: 8427328600750



01. Nightmare Alley (Herb Geller) 6:01
02. A Cool Day (Herb Geller) 7:00
03. The Princess (Herb Geller) 4:11
04. Change Partners (Irving Berlin) 6:45
05. It Might As Well Be Spring (Rodgers-Hammerstein) 9:13

Album details

Originally issued as a Jubilee 12-inch album JLP 1094

Herb Geller (alto sax), Victor Feldman (vibes), Walter Norris (piano), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), Anthony Vazley (drums).
Recorded in Los Angeles, 1958

Cover design: Sy Leichman
Photography by Charles Varon
Liner notes: Mort Goode
Produced by Albert Marx

Press reviews

"This somewhat obscure recording by the bop-oriented altoist Herb Geller features him in a 1958 quintet with vibraphonist Victor Feldman, pianist Walter Norris, bassist Leroy Vinnegar and drummer Anthony Vazley. Other than a session for Atco, this was Geller's last American album until 1993; it would be 1975 before he recorded as a leader again. Geller is in fine form on three of his originals and two standards ("Change Partners" and "It Might as Well Be Spring"). Originally cut for Jubilee, this Fresh Sound CD is part of an extensive series that has brought back many forgotten dates from the 1950s. Bop collectors will enjoy this one."

Scott Yanow -All Music Guide


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