My transcription of Lee Morgan’s solo on Moanin’ (). submitted 1 year ago by NickDr · 14 comments; share; save. hide. report. Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Moanin’ [LP] – Music. Essential hard bop LP with Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons & Benny Golson.
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Apparently the tune was an afterthought on the record. Social Media Music Jeff Goldblum: Van Gelder StudioHackensack.
Of the originals on the album, all but the “Drum Thunder Suite” became staples of the Messengers book, even after Timmons and Golson were gone. I just chose tunes that popped into my head first. Lwe of Art Blakey.
Moanin Trumpet Solo
South, so I heard it night after night for 10 years. Rene Marie on Protest Music. Top 50 Albums of JazzTimes moain At the Cafe Bohemia, Vol. These are not in any particular order. Retrieved 6 July Years given are for the recording snot first release.
Art Blakey Big Band Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. Lee and Wayne take unbelievably creative solos, as does Bobby Timmons who wrote this tune.
Jimmy Smith, —58 Mr. Year s indicated are for the recording snot first release. Lee Morgan has always been, since I first heard him when I was around 13, one of my absolute favorite players. This page was last edited on 5 Decemberat All tracks composed by Benny Golson except where noted.
A couple of months later, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers were playing at the Academy of Music on Broad Street and I was up in the balcony, amazed at the maturity and virtuosity of this year-old trumpet master. The album stands as one of the archetypal hard bop albums of the era, for the intensity of Blakey’s drumming and the work of Morgan, Golson and Timmons, and for its combination of old-fashioned gospel and blues influences with a sophisticated modern jazz sensibility. Views Read Edit View history.
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Blues March Impulse!!!!! Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder in his meticulous Hackensack studios, this recording reflects the hallmark precision associated with that engineer — on the reissue there is a brief conversation between Lee Morgan and Rudy Van Gelder going over Morgan’s solo. I hung around Lee all week after citing my Philly credentials. Originally the LP was self-titled, but the instant popularity of the bluesy morgxn track ” Moanin’ ” by pianist Bobby Timmons led to its becoming known by that title.
And Lee is at his nasty and sleazy best with Blakey moabin Birdland: The rest of the originals are by saxophonist Benny Golson who was not with the Jazz Messengers for long; this being the only American album on which he is featured. He heard me play at an afternoon jam session at the club and told me to stick around and sit in with the band at the matinee. Chris Wood on Charles Mingus. Drums Around the Corner For the Bobby Timmons song, see Moanin’ song. This is one of the first Lee things I heard.
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