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Memorial Album

Clifford Brown

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"... a terrific record ... this is early Brown, the great hard bop trumpeter, on the verge of stardom. It's a four star record ..."
- All About Jazz

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1
Hymn Of The Orient
Clifford Brown
4:05
2
Easy Living
Clifford Brown
3:42
3
Minor Mood
Clifford Brown
4:33
4
Cherokee
Clifford Brown
3:25
5
Wail Bait
Clifford Brown
4:00
6
Brownie Speaks
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
3:47
7
De-Dah
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
4:51
8
Cookin'
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
3:14
9
You Go To My Head
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
4:20
10
Carving The Rock
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
3:57
Total Playing Time    39:54
"... (an early chapter) in the tragically brief legacy of one of the greatest musicians in jazz history ... helped introduce Brown to the world, contributed to his meteoric rise to prominence and set an incredibly high standard for debut recordings that successive generations have found difficult to match."
- Bob Blumenthal, from the album liner notes

Influential trumpet player Clifford Brown was killed in a car accident in 1956 when he was only 25. These recordings from 1953, representing Brown's first sessions as a leader, were compiled and released shortly after his death and showcase his talent with two excellent combos. One band features sax players Gigi Gryce and Charlie Rouse, pianist John Lewis, bassist Percy Heath and drummer Art Blakey, the other session includes bassist Heath, Lou Donaldson on alto sax, pianist Elmo Hope and drummer Philly Joe Jones.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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