℗ 2014 Blue Note Records
Released 1962
Duration 41m 17s
Record Label CM BLUE NOTE (A92)
Genre Jazz

Leapin' And Lopin'

Sonny Clark

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Somethin' Special
Sonny Clark
Deep In A Dream
Sonny Clark
Melody For C
Sonny Clark
Eric Walks
Sonny Clark
Sonny Clark
Midnight Mambo
Sonny Clark
"... choruses of beautiful piano following one another without the slightest hint of strain ..." - The Penguin Guide to Jazz "... essential because it provides us with all of Clark's brilliant piano styles in one place: his pensive ballad work, hard bop swinging, soulful funk and Latin-tinged blues ... there's an especially hushed effortless to his playing that is remarkable and memorable." - JazzWax.com "... many listeners would find it quite easy to determine the top four or five definitive Blue Notes without much pondering. For a good number, Leapin' and Lopin' would have to be on that list. In terms of musicianship, variety, memorable originals and pacing, it's an album that is simply hard to surpass ... everything seemed to solidify with this 1961 ringer." - All About Jazz Sonny Clark's 1961 session was his last recording as a leader; he would keep busy as a sideman until his untimely death in 1963. Leapin' And Lopin' was also Clark's only session leading a quintet and what a quintet it was: Tommy Turrentine on trumpet, Butch Warren on bass, Billy Higgins on drums and Charlie Rouse and Ike Quebec on tenor sax.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.82 to -0.01
-21.79 to -18.69
11 to 13
Somethin' Special
Deep In A Dream
Melody For C
Eric Walks
Midnight Mambo

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