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Elvin Jones

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In The Truth
Elvin Jones
What Is This?
Elvin Jones
Elvin Jones
Elvin Jones
Sometimes Joie
Elvin Jones
We'll Be Together Again
Elvin Jones
Total Playing Time    36:42
"... a daring stand in light of the fact that no one seems to be playing it safe and there’s no attempt to develop a radio friendly hit ... this is bare bones stuff without the aid of a chording instrument and the intent is on fierce swinging with a lot of the load falling on (Joe) Farrell, who actually never fails to impress with his incendiary tenor work ... by contrast, Farrell’s flute tonality is mellow and dark and his fluid soprano voice is singular in its originality."
- All About Jazz

A 1968 pianoless trio session from drummer Elvin Jones, accompanied by a stunning Joe Farrell on saxes and flute and Jimmy Garrison on bass. This album contains three original songs by Garrison, one from Farrell and two standards including Jones's first recording of the jazz classic Yesterdays by Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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