Label: Meteor (6) - MTLP 018 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz, Post Bop
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Randy Weston: How High the Moon album review by Joel Roberts, published on January 1, smoothly swinging style of "A Theme for Teddy" suggests that it may be an homage to the great swing pianist Teddy Wilson. Randy Weston CD/LP/Track Review Joel Roberts Biograph Records United States How High the Moon. Showcase.
With Abdul-Malik and drummer Willie Jones, he recorded Loose Wig, A Theme For Teddy, Don't Blame Me, How High The Moon and a tune not included here: Stormy Weather. Cecil Payne was added to the trio for Monk's - Well You Needn't. Of the quintet tracks, J.K. Blues is the only original. As Randy explained at the time of this recording, "I was playing at the Sugar Hill in Newark.
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· This spirited Lp (which has a jam session feel to it) features pianist Randy Weston for the first time with a group as large as a quintet. With assistance from trumpeter Ray Copeland, baritonist Cecil Payne (who switches to alto on "Well You Needn't"), bassist Ahmed-Abdul Malik and either Willie Jones or Wilbert Hogan on drums, Weston explores three of his originals, the calypso "Run Joe" and /10(5).
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