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Booker Little And Friend

Booker Little

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1.1
Victory And Sorrow
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
5:57
1.2
Forward Flight
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
6:20
1.3
Looking Ahead
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
7:27
1.4
If I Should Lose You
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
5:15
1.5
Calling Softly
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
5:42
1.6
Booker's Blues
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
5:20
1.7
Matilde
Booker Little; George Coleman; Julian Prester; Reggie Workman; Don Freedman; Pete La Roca
5:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    41:59
"In just three short years Little would leave a haunting mark and contribution ..." - JazzWax.com This was Booker Little's last album, recorded shortly before his premature death at the age of 23. It was his fourth session as a bandleader and spotlighted not only his mastery of the trumpet but his maturity as a composer and arranger. Included in Little's sextet is George Coleman on tenor saxophone and Pete La Roca on drums. A fitting legacy and reminder of what might have been. This album has also been released under the title Victory And Sorrow.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

Remastering: John Sigmon Transfer Engineers: Alex Nappi, Dana Pedersen

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