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Cool Struttin'
Sonny Clark Lyrics


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michavandam

Track listing (my attempt):
1. 00:00 Cool Struttin' [Sonny Clark]
2. 09:24 Blue Minor [Sonny Clark]
3. 19:43 Sippin' at Bells [Miles Davis]
4. 28:01 Deep Night [Charles Henderson, Rudy Vallée]

Bonus tracks on CD reissue:
5. 37:34 Royal Flush [Sonny Clark]
6. 41:32 Lover [Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers]
? 51:17 I don't think this is right. Sorry, I don't get the track list.

Recorded on January 5th, 1958 at the Van Gelder Studio, New Jersey.

Musicians:
Sonny Clark - piano
Jackie McLean - alto saxophone
Art Farmer - trumpet
Paul Chambers - bass
Philly Joe Jones - drums

And isn't Ruth Lion's struttin' cool?



All comments from YouTube:

Hanshi Stephen Kaufman

This is straight ahead hard bop and nothing has surpassed it over time. The Blue Note house was one of the finest stables of the giants of the time and will ever remain so. Lions and Van Gelder had vision and it worked. This album is what the entire genre was about and it is ony a small sample of the enormity of what Blue Note produced. The players are without doubt some of the heaviest and most erudite of the time. Thanks for ths one Richard Giminez.

Karim Tabrizi

Blue note records for me epitomises the high point of 20th century jazz. They all deserve statues not some useless slob

Junior Manucci

No further!

michavandam

Track listing (my attempt):
1. 00:00 Cool Struttin' [Sonny Clark]
2. 09:24 Blue Minor [Sonny Clark]
3. 19:43 Sippin' at Bells [Miles Davis]
4. 28:01 Deep Night [Charles Henderson, Rudy Vallée]

Bonus tracks on CD reissue:
5. 37:34 Royal Flush [Sonny Clark]
6. 41:32 Lover [Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers]
? 51:17 I don't think this is right. Sorry, I don't get the track list.

Recorded on January 5th, 1958 at the Van Gelder Studio, New Jersey.

Musicians:
Sonny Clark - piano
Jackie McLean - alto saxophone
Art Farmer - trumpet
Paul Chambers - bass
Philly Joe Jones - drums

And isn't Ruth Lion's struttin' cool?

Talli Kimani

Thank you!

しかましげあき

この曲でジャズを聴き始めた人はかなり多いんじゃないのかな、私もそうなんです!

R M

Visited a friend the other day and he played this album for me on vinyl and I have completely fallen in love with it.
Although we were engaged in conversation at certain points, I couldn't ignore what I was hearing because it was so amazing!
Thanks for sharing....history set in wax.

The Triumph of the Thrill

Simply one of the best Jazz recordings. It tells of Clark's vision that he let the entire band shine when he can have easily carried the album on his own.

And ain't that one of the sexiest album covers? :-)

しかましげあき

私がジャズを聴くキッカケがこのアルバムからでしたね!

Michael Bowman

IMHO, this album is the best hard bop project ever. Blue Note was about to surpass the competition with their stable of Giants of the era.
1957-67, they had the talent, & that sound.

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