℗ 2016 Gearbox Records
Duration 36m 08s
Record Label Gearbox Records
Catalogue No. GB1535
Release Date November 4, 2016
Genre Jazz
 

Fried Bananas

Dexter Gordon

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1.1
Fried Bananas
Dexter Gordon
14:21
1.2
The Panther
Dexter Gordon
14:23
1.3
Body and Soul
Dexter Gordon
7:24
Duration    36m 08s
The great tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon moved to Europe in 1962. Ten years later he was living in Copenhagen when he went on the road with a Dutch rhythm section consisting of pianist Rein de Graaf, double bassist Henk Haverhoek and drummer Eric Ineke. This was quite unusual, as Dexter mostly toured as a solo artist working with local musicians in each town. By the time their performance at the Societiet Progress in Heemskerk was recorded for broadcast by VPRO, the quartet had been playing together regularly for two months. Dexter and his “Dutch band” had developed a deep rapport and understanding that’s clearly evident on the three extended tracks on this record. These are two of his signature compositions, “The Panther” and “Fried Bananas”, plus the iconic Coleman Hawkins classic “Body and Soul”. Recorded on 3rd November 1972 for VPRO at Heemskerk Societeit Progress, The Netherlands.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gearbox Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-3 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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