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4.0 su 5 stelle Very Good 8 febbraio 2002
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Recorded in NY 1961. Barry Harris p., Joe Benjamin b., Elvin Jones d., The sound samples speak for themselves - straight ahead jazz that swings. These guys have the magic. The sound quality is good - digitally remastered in 1990. Personally I'd have to say Barry Harris at the Jazz Workshop is my favorite recording of Barry's, but this is still a great record.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Listen to a Jazz Master Pianist 2 marzo 2012
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Before this marvelous jazz piano trio recording was done in 12/60, Barry had established a legendary reputation as the go to pianist in Detroit. Barry was reluctant to travel out of Detroit until he was invited to join Cannonball Adderly's group. He then stepped into the big league jazz circuit, and never left to this day.
I swear, I look at my record collection, and it is dominated by musicians who are dead. But Barry is an exception. He is still alive and kicking. I recently read an account of his date at the Village Vanguard,where he played to an audience including Tony Bennett. Tony honored him by joining him on stage. WOW!
Let's get back to 1960. Barry is a bebop piano master. He can remind you of Bud
Powell, but with his own style. He is accompanied by probably one of the few greatest drummers of jazz history: Elvin Jones. Elvin was recording with John Coltrane at this time. But Elvin is not the nuclear energy level player that he is with Coltrane. He sublimates himself and is a great foil for Barry. You wouldn't recognize him as the powerhouse Coltrane drummer. This is a compliment for Elvin, who could do the job for which he was being paid here. Joe Benjamin is perfect on bass.
Barry plays mostly standards, with a couple of compositions he composed. It is bebop piano at it's best.
This is piano jazz trio at it's best.


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