Hardbopjazz

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  4. Hank Mobley with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.

    I can't find anything to support Hank went to Europe with Blakey in 1958. I don't think it is him.
  5. Hank Mobley with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.

    It is Hank.
  6. Hank Mobley with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.

    I recently got a private recording from Karlsruhe, Germany, December,1958. I am trying to determine if it is Hank. Sounds like him on tenor.
  7. BFT 166 Discussion Thread

    #16. Sounds like Herb Ellis.
  8. BFT 166 Discussion Thread

    #2 sounds like a theme from some 70's sitcom. I've heard it before but I can't recall who it is. Like this. #3 Nice drum opening and odd time signature at the start of the piano. This too sounds like a thee song from a 70's or 80's police drama. Like this one too. #4. Stanley Turrentine's "Sugar." One of the first jazz tunes I learned to play on trumpet and other instruments. Is it Huston Person on tenor? At first I thought it was him but then no so much. #5 Ode To Billy Joe. No idea who this is. #6 Bags' Groove. Knowing I have dozens of takes of this tune in my digitized music collection, I was going to sample all of them to see if I have this one. In deed I do. It was recorded at the Keystone Korner. #7 Everything Happens To Me. I don't know who this is. I like this version and will put it on my list of CDs to buy. #8 Don't know this one. I have no guesses. #9 Same. No clue to who this is. #10 I thought this was going to be Horace Silver's "Senor Blues" with the opening melody. It quickly changed. It is still a blues. I don't know who it is playing "Hoodoo Man" #11 No idea but something I will also add to my list of music to get. #12 No idea and I really didn't care for this track. Sorry. #13 No idea. #14 Weston's "Hi Fly." No guesses. #15 No clue. #16 "Misty" I will get back on this one. I am sure I have this. #17 No guesses. #18 "Now's The time" No idea.
  9. Hank Mobley with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.

    That band was co-lead with Horace Silver. I was concentrating on when Blakey was the leader.
  10. How long was Hank in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers? I know he was a member in 1958 and part of 1959. There are a few recordings with him, Newport Jazz Festival from 1959 and an appearance on the Tonight Show. There is also the Blue Note record date recorded at Birdland. He wasn't in the band that long. Wayne Shorter joined in 59, shortly after the Newport concert. What other recordings exists, post 56?