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You too can be "Back on the Scene" with Bennie Green
When Cannonball Adderley scheduled the 1958 recording of what was to be his only Blue Note LP
The highest compliment one can pay Charlie, and it can be paid with complete assurance, is that this is one album they will really dig in Rio.
Recorded in 1962 by Rudy Van Gelder at the Englewood Cliffs studio...
MONO Arguably one of Hank Mobley's biggest Blue Note releases and another in the Classic Blue Note Signature Series.
Probably the general atmosphere and characger of this recording is well expressed in the individual attitude of the trumpet player, Freddie Hubbard. "I think it was my best date so far.
45rpm Limited Edition
If the title of "Mr. Blue Note" had been given out to a performer, tenor-saxophonist Hank Mobley would have been its recipient. Mobley's smooth tone and style defined the hard bop era. He put plenty of emotion and intensity into every note he played.
There are sessions and then there are sessions. What is needed to make a session successful? The ingredients for a successful session are all here; the empathy, the pulse and the varied, interesting material. The results ae self-evident in the happy listening.
Originally released by Blue Note in 1961 in mono only
Mastered and cut from the original full track mono master tapes using a full track mono tape head and all tube tape electronics and cutting system allowed Bernie "BeBop" Grundman to extract every nuance on the tapes which adds to the magic of this Rudy Van Gelder recording.
Jutta Hipp, a talented German pianist, came to the United States in the mid-‘50s