℗ 2014 Blue Note Records
Released 1953
Duration 24m 13s
Record Label CM BLUE NOTE (A92)
Genre Jazz
 

New Faces - New Sounds

Lou Donaldson, Clifford Brown

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1.1
Carvin' The Rock
Clifford Brown
3:56
1.2
You Go To My Head
Lou Donaldson; Clifford Brown
4:18
1.3
De-Dah
Clifford Brown
4:50
1.4
Brownie Speaks
Clifford Brown
3:45
1.5
Cookin'
Clifford Brown
3:12
1.6
Bellarosa
Clifford Brown
4:12
The incomparable trumpeter Clifford Brown’s star was just starting to ascend when he recorded two sessions as a leader for Blue Note in 1953 — a co-led quintet date with alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson and a sextet date under his own name — that were later compiled on the 12" LP Memorial Album shortly after his tragic death in a car accident in 1956. This session, New Faces - New Sounds, which appeared as Side 2 on the Memorial Album, finds the Donaldson-Brown Quintet with Heath on bass, Elmo Hope on piano, and Philly Joe Jones on drums cooking through a set including Brown’s briskly paced original “Brownie Speaks,” Hope’s grooving “De-Dah,” and the resplendent ballad “You Go To My Head.”
2.8224 MHz DSD – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters
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Carvin' The Rock
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You Go To My Head
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De-Dah
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Brownie Speaks
5
Cookin'
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Bellarosa

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