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The Blues And The Abstract Truth

Oliver Nelson

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Stolen Moments
Oliver Nelson
Hoe Down
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Butch And Butch
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Teenie's Blues
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Total Playing Time    36:33
"Nelson's captivating tenor lines are at their best on this album ..." - Jazz.com "These were the compositions and arrangements that established Oliver Nelson as a really talented composer/arranger and launched him on a career which included writing for significant albums ..." - MusicWeb International Arranger and saxophonist Oliver Nelson pulls together a cast of stellar performers on this 1961 set of iconic tracks that helped define the sound of post-bop jazz. Teaming up with Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Eric Dolphy (flutes and saxophones), Bill Evans (piano), Paul Chambers (bass) and Roy Haynes (drums), Nelson's arrangements provide an introspective meditation on blues harmony and structure while also showcasing the talents of this outstanding lineup.
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