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Hank Mobley Quartet

Hank Mobley Quartet

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1
Hank's Prank
Hank Mobley Quartet
4:29
2
My Sin
Hank Mobley Quartet
3:48
3
Avila And Tequila
Hank Mobley Quartet
4:31
4
Walkin' The Fence
Hank Mobley Quartet
3:38
5
Love For Sale
Hank Mobley Quartet
4:30
6
Just Coolin'
Hank Mobley Quartet
4:11
Total Playing Time    25:07
"... Mobley's solos are consistently inventive and exciting; they are well designed and even tempered ..."
- JazzTimes.com

"... Just Coolin' is Mobley at his best. Tenor saxophonists today looking for a great song to record should give the song a listen."
- JazzWax.com

Recorded in 1955 and released on 10-inch vinyl, this session from saxophonist Hank Mobley was his debut as leader and features an all-star quartet of former Jazz Messengers members Horace Silver on piano, Doug Watkins on bass and Art Blakey on drums. With the exception of Cole Porter's show tune Love For Sale, the rest of the album consists of Mobley originals.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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