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Lou Donaldson

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1
Blues For J.P.
Lou Donaldson
5:38
2
The Man I Love
Lou Donaldson
5:13
3
Politely
Lou Donaldson
5:50
4
It's You Or No One
Lou Donaldson
3:56
5
The Truth
Lou Donaldson
5:19
6
Goose Grease
Lou Donaldson
6:06
7
Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Lou Donaldson
6:33
Total Playing Time    38:35
"... astonishing piano work by Horace Parlan."
- JazzWax.com

"... things revert to a quintet format that places trumpet and alto as the lead voices ... excellent Blue Note dates of the period that make the most of pianist Horace Parlan's bluesy grass roots approach."
- All About Jazz

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded primarily either with his own quartet featuring pianist Herman Foster, or with organ trios. Occasionally, he'd change things up as he did on this 1960 session that was strictly a hard bop affair. Foster didn't take part in this recording; Horace Parlan replaced him at the piano and has been singled out by critics for his breathtaking performance. There's still plenty of funk in evidence on Goose Grease, but Hardman's Politely, Softly As In A Morning Sunrise and The Man I Love find Donaldson digging deep into his bop roots. In addition to Donaldson and Parlan, the rest of the quintet on this album includes Bill Hardman on trumpet, Laymon Jackson and Sam Jones splitting bass duties and Al Harewood on drums.
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