Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Heath. Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Clark Terry. Recorded live at The Village Gate, New York City on November 19 & 20, 1990.
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Artist: Clark Terry Title Of Album: Live at the Village Gate Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Chesky Genre: Jazz, Bop, Trumpet Jazz Quality: APE (image+.
Clark Terry, Flugelhorn, trumpet Jimmy Heath, tenor sax Don Friedman, piano Kenny Washington, Drums. Shari Rothstein - Production Coordination Steve Guttenberg, Jeremy Kipnis, Bill Allen - Assistants Alan Nahigian - Art Direction, Photography Steve Kaiser - Liner Notes Roy Spangenthal. Trumpeter Clark Terry grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. When Terry was thirteen, he joined the local drum and bugle corps and soon got his first professional gig with the band Dollar Bill and His Small Change. He was a part of Basie's octet for five years and Duke Ellington's band for eight years. After touring Europe with The Quincy Jones Orchestra, Terry joined The Tonight Show Orchestra on NB. .The Best of Clark Terry.
Milt Jackson Quintet Live at the Village Gate is a live album by vibraphonist Milt Jackson featuring Jimmy Heath recorded in 1963 at The Village Gate and released on the Riverside label. All compositions by Milt Jackson except as indicated. Bags of Blues" - 7:44. Little Girl Blue" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 4:27. Gemini" (Jimmy Heath) - 9:41. Gerri's Blues" - 7:41.
Alto Saxophone – Paquito D'Rivera (tracks: 3) Bass – Marcus McLauren Drums – Kenny Washington Piano – Don Friedman Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Heath Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Clark Terry. Thanks to snobb for the updates. Live at the Village Gate Chesky Records 1991. Live at the Village Gate: Second Set by Clark Terry (1995-02-01) Chesky (1995-02-01). Live at the Village Gate by Terry, Clark (1991-07-01).
Clark Terry's career in jazz spans more than seventy years. He is a world-class trumpeter, flugelhornist, educator, composer, writer, trumpet/flugelhorn designer, teacher and NEA Jazz Master. Clark Terry - trumpet, flugelhorn; Jimmy Heath - tenor sa. Don Friedman - piano; Marcus McLauren - bass; Kenny Washington - drums; Paquito D'Rivera - alto sa. ← Previous Recording. Next Recording →. previous.
Flugelhornist Clark Terry, three weeks shy of his 70th birthday at the time of this live performance, sounds very much at the peak of his powers throughout Live at the Village Gate. Teamed up with old friend Jimmy Heath, who doubles on tenor and soprano, pianist Don Friedman, bassist Marcus McLauren and drummer Kenny Washington (altoist Paquito D'Rivera guests on "Silly Samba"), Terry performs eight little-known originals. The tunes are all fairly basic, but they inspire these talented musicians to some of their best playing.
CLARK TERRY, trumpet, flugelhorn JIMMY HEATH, tenor & soprano sax DON FRIEDMAN, piano MARCUS McLAUREN, bass KENNY WASHINGTON, drums PAQUITO D'RIVERA, alto sax on track 3. Live "The Village Gate", New York, November 19 & 20, 1990. TRACKS: 01. Top & Bottom 02. Keep, Keep, Keep On Keepin' On 03. Silly Samba 04. Pint Of Bitters 05. Sheba 06.
|1||Top & Bottom||5:10|
|2||Keep, Keep, Keep On Keepin' On||6:01|
|4||Pint Of Bitters||8:30|
|6||Brushes & Brass||3:20|
|8||Hey Mr. Mumbles||11:04|