Reference: JW-106 LP
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Format: LP / 12" / 33rpm / STEREO
Label: JAZZ WORKSHOP
Catalogue Reference: JW-106
Recording Year: 1960
Country of Pressing: SPAIN
Comments: 180 Gram Newly Remastered Vinyl
Reissue of the original Riverside RLP 1178
A Cannonball Adderley Presentation
Limited edition in Solid carton sleeve
Cover Grade: MINT
Vinyl Grade: MINT
"James Clay's debut album as a leader (and one of only two that he cut before moving back to Dallas for nearly 30 years) matches him with fellow Texas tenor David 'Fathead' Newman, pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Sam Jones and drummer Art Taylor. Cannonball Adderley supervised the session, putting the spotlight on the competitive horns who really battle it out on the Babs Gonzales blues "Wide Open Spaces." Clay, who plays flute on the date's lone standard "What's New," holds his own with Newman and plenty of sparks fly."
—Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)