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Soul Station

Hank Mobley

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1
Remember
Hank Mobley
5:40
2
This I Dig Of You
Hank Mobley
6:24
3
Dig Dis
Hank Mobley
6:07
4
Split Feelin's
Hank Mobley
4:53
5
Soul Station
Hank Mobley
9:05
6
If I Should Lose You
Hank Mobley
5:11
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    37:20
"Soul Station is the strongest testament to the music of this great musician."
- 100greatestjazzalbums.blogspot.ca

"You relax, listen and enjoy yourself. And then later, when you think about it, you realize just how much of an achievement this apparently casual LP represents."
- Joe Goldberg

Hank Mobley was always perceived as being 'outside of the pack' due to his intuitive grasp of complex rhythms and phrasing, as well as his unique melodic style. Soul Station pairs Mobley with drummer par excellence Art Blakey, pianist Wynton Kelley and Paul Chambers on bass, for what is sure to be a thoroughly enjoyable listening experience.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Studio Masters

Produced by Alfred Lion.
Recording by Rudy Van Gelder on February 7, 1960.
Cover Photo by Francis Wolf.
Cover Design by Reid Miles.
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, 2013.

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