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Cool Struttin’ (Remastered 2014 / Mono)

Sonny Clark

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1.1
Cool Struttin'
Sonny Clark
9:21
1.2
Blue Minor
Sonny Clark
10:17
1.3
Sippin' At Bells
Sonny Clark
8:16
1.4
Deep Night
Sonny Clark
9:31
Total Playing Time    37:25
"... a session that epitomizes the Blue Note golden era."
- Encyclopedia of Popular Music

"... one of those recordings that leaves absolutely no room for improvement and is more enjoyable with each listen ..."
- All About Jazz

Pianist Sonny Clark reached the peak of his short career with 1958's Cool Struttin' but each date he led on Blue Note is now considered a classic. Though commercial success always eluded him, he was in demand as a sideman and played dozens of dates, including Tina Brooks's Minor Move. Luckily, Clark's contribution is well documented on record; he has achieved far more critical, musical, and popular acclaim than he ever did in life. On this recording Clark is joined by Jackie McLean on alto saxophone, Art Farmer on trumpet, Paul Chambers on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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