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4, 5 And 6 (Rudy Van Gelder Remaster)

Jackie McLean

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1.1
Sentimental Journey (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor
10:00
1.2
Why Was I Born? (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor, Donald Byrd)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor; Donald Byrd
5:17
1.3
Contour (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor, Donald Byrd)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor; Donald Byrd
5:02
1.4
Confirmation (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor; Donald Byrd; Hank Mobley
11:26
1.5
When I Fall In Love (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor
5:35
1.6
Abstraction (Album Version) (feat. Mal Waldron, Doug Watkins, Art Taylor, Donald Byrd)
Jackie McLean; Mal Waldron; Doug Watkins; Art Taylor; Donald Byrd
8:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    45:22
"You can practically hear McLean blossoming in many of these tracks." - PopMatters.com 4, 5 and 6 from sax player Eric McLean was one of five albums he released in 1956, his first year as a bandleader. The numbers in the title refer to the three different combos playing with McLean. The core quartet consists of McLean with pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Doug Watkin and drummer Art Taylor. It grows to a quintet with the addition of trumpeter Donald Byrd on two songs and expands to a sextet on a cover version of Charlie Parker's classic Confirmation, which brought in tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Records (Canada) Studio Masters

Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ on July 13 (#1-3) and July 20 (other selections), 1956 Supervision by Bob Weinstock Remastering, 2006 - Rudy Van Gelder (Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ) All transfers were made from the analog master tapes to digital at 24-bit resolution

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