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Blue & Sentimental

Ike Quebec, Grant Green, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones

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1
Blue And Sentimental
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
7:26
2
Minor Impulse
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
6:34
3
Don't Take Your Love From Me
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
7:03
4
Blues For Charlie
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
6:48
5
Like
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
5:20
6
Count Every Star
Ike Quebec; Grant Green; Paul Chambers; Philly Joe Jones
6:17
Total Playing Time    39:28
"Jazz Spotlight ... Quebec was near perfect when it came to slow blues and ballads and he plays his heart out on this album."
- Billboard

"... probably Quebec's most perfectly realized album ... features an outstanding lineup ... in place of a keyboard, Grant, quietly comping or soloing in fluid single note style, creates acres of space in which Quebec's rapturous playing can shine... beautiful and enduring music, all of it, from a near-forgotten minor master."
- All About Jazz

Blue & Sentimental from saxophonist Ike Quebec's was recorded in late 1961 but only released by Blue Note in 1963, a few months after his death. Most of these songs, a combination of standards and originals, feature an all-star band consisting of guitarist Grant Green, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones. On the final track Count Every Star, from a different session a week later, Sam Jones handles bass duties and Louis Hayes sits behind the drums, while Sonny Clark appears on piano.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters

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