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Gettin' Around (Remastered 2015)

Dexter Gordon

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Total Playing Time    41:22
"... Gordon returned to his classic sound, a bebop/hard bop masterwork which found the saxophonist in absolute top form." - Jazz.com "... reveals a more dulcet and demure Gordon. He softens his sound, holds back on the searing top tones, evens out his vibrato and takes more than a page out of the Lester Young book ... a session that plays well any time and any number of times." - All About Jazz Dexter Gordon recorded Gettin' Around in the States in May 1965 on a trip home from Paris, where he was living and working at the time. This is more adventurous than previous Gordon albums due to the addition of Bobby Hutcherson on vibes, an instrument that melds wonderfully with Gordon's tenor sax. The rest of the musicians on this session, all worthy of mention, are Barry Harris on piano, Bob Cranshaw on bass and Billy Higgins on drums.
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