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No Room For Squares

Hank Mobley

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Three Way Split
Hank Mobley
Hank Mobley
Up A Step
Hank Mobley
No Room For Squares
Hank Mobley
Me 'N You
Hank Mobley
Old World, New Imports
Hank Mobley
Total Playing Time    42:18
"... feature the definitive hard bop styling of Hank Mobley and Philly Joe Jones ... while the whole album is a worthwhile listen, there's a particular spark on the tracks from the second session, highlighted by this title track." - Jazz.com Recorded at two different sessions six months apart in 1963, Hank Mobley's No Room For Squares serves as a showcase not only for Mobley's tenor sax virtuosity, but also for the talent of the musicians he recruited for these two sessions. Drummer Philly Joe Jones played on both sessions; the first session features pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Butch Warren and trumpeter Donald Byrd while the second session highlights pianist Andrew Hill, bassist John Ore and Lee Morgan on trumpet.
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