Midnight Blue Original recording remastered
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The 1963 classic highlighted by the killer title track and Chitlins con Carne . This edition contains extra photos and two bonus cuts: Kenny's Sound and K Twist .
Kenny Burrell's music is a wonderful blend of elegance and conviction, musical inventiveness and thoughtful restraint. On this 1967 session, the guitarist is joined by regular associates--tenorist Stanley Turrentine, conga drummer Ray Barretto, bassist Major Holley, and drummer Bill English--and together they concentrate on the subtlest and deepest hues of the blues, combining strong rhythmic grooves with a feeling of late-night reflection. There's never a misstep or a superfluous note, from the funky Latin hit "Chitlins Con Carne" to Burrell's deeply felt solo "Soul Lament" and the concentrated swing of "Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You." The result is a masterpiece, and the 24-bit remastering by the original engineer, Rudy Van Gelder, adds to the spaciousness and intimacy that have always been hallmarks of the session. --Stuart Broomer
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Top Customer Reviews
This CD is a must when compiling a Jazz library, right up there with "Kind of Blue".
The performances are all classic, from the Latin groove of "Chitlins con Carne", to the brisk swing of the title track, to the solo guitar of "Soul Lament". Stanley Turrentine's soulful saxophone playing is among his finest, and the bass/drums/conga rhythm section is impeccable at setting up a groove. And the leader provides tasty guitar playing that mixes bebop lines and bluesy feeling perfectly. As far as hearing some classic jazz guitar, Midnight Blue and Grant Green's Idle Moments album are a perfect start.
This is a fine album that you can listen from beginning to end and just have a good time!
Most recent customer reviews
A new record was delivered but due to a large defect on the record it is unfortunately unplayable on one side.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent music and an excellent pressing. Just sounds the way good vinyl should.Published 13 months ago by Philip D Legge
Great album, a bit startled when it ended....just too soon. Talented bluesy jazz. (I always look for more rythm in an album so thats why only 4 stars. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2003
Kenny Burrell's playing combines the most creative chord voicings with rhythmic intensity while never compromising the overallmood of the piece. Read morePublished on May 21 2003 by R. J. Marsella
You'll never go back to silly, boring, 3-chord blues after hearing what Kenny Burrell can do. None of the songs here are really traditional blues at all, but there is a relaxed... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2002