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In The Winner's Circle

Art Farmer, Rolf Kuhn, Kenny Burrell, Oscar Pettiford, Eddie Costa, Ed Thigpen, John Coltrane, Al Cohn, Gene Quill, Donald Byrd, Frank Rehak, Freddie Green

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1
Lazy Afternoon
Art Farmer; Rolf Kuhn; Kenny Burrell; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
7:43
2
Not So Sleepy
John Coltrane; Al Cohn; Gene Quill; Donald Byrd; Frank Rehak; Freddie Green; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa
6:45
3
Seabreeze
Art Farmer; Rolf Kuhn; Kenny Burrell; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
4:52
4
Love And The Weather
John Coltrane; Al Cohn; Donald Byrd; Frank Rehak; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
4:06
5
She Didn't Say Yes
Art Farmer; Rolf Kuhn; Kenny Burrell; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
3:03
6
If I'm Lucky (I'll Be The One)
John Coltrane; Al Cohn; Donald Byrd; Frank Rehak; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
6:48
7
At Home With The Blues
Art Farmer; Rolf Kuhn; Kenny Burrell; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
5:04
8
Turtle Walk
John Coltrane; Al Cohn; Donald Byrd; Frank Rehak; Oscar Pettiford; Eddie Costa; Ed Thigpen
5:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    43:41
"...a reminder of how powerful a baritone saxophonist Cohn could be... Coltrane is, again, one of several powerful soloists..."
-JazzTimes

This all-star session was put together by Down Beat magazine featuring the winners and runners-up from the magazine's critic's poll in 1957. While John Coltrane's name may leap out at you from the cover art, he only plays his tenor sax on half the songs here. On the remaining material Coltrane leads the orchestra, a new step for him at the time and a glimpse at an interesting early chapter of his history. And what an orchestra it was: composed of the best of the up-and-coming New York jazz scene, the other musicians in the Winner's Circle here include Donald Byrd on trumpet, Al Cohn on baritone sax, Eddie Costa on piano and vibes, Kenny Burrell on guitar, Oscar Pettiford on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

Remastering: John Sigmon
Transfer Engineers: Alex Nappi, Dana Pendersen

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