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The Cape Verdean Blues

The Horace Silver Quintet, J.J. Johnson

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1.1
The Cape Verdean Blues (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
4:58
1.2
The African Queen (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
9:37
1.3
Pretty Eyes (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
7:31
1.4
Nutville (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
7:15
1.5
Bonita (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
8:37
1.6
Mo' Joe (feat. J.J. Johnson)
The Horace Silver Quintet; J.J. Johnson
5:45
Total Playing Time    43:43
"... featuring first-class up-and-coming musicians ... a dream-team front line for Silver's bold melodic statements." - All About Jazz "... Silver turned to his unique heritage for inspiration on The Cape Verdean Blues, a classic mid-60s recording from the master of funky Latin-tinged jazz." - Encyclopedia of Popular Music Pianist Horace Silver was influenced and inspired by the Afro-Portuguese folk music of Cape Verde, his father's native land. Silver had already paid tribute to his father in 1964 with the album and its title track Song For My Father. Cape Verdean Blues followed a year later, continuing to honour his father and his father's homeland. The album features Silver's stellar quintet: trumpeter Woody Shaw, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Roger Humphries, plus guest trombonist J.J. Johnson who plays on half the songs.
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