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Oscar Pettiford Modern Quintet (Original Recording Remastered 2013)

Oscar Pettiford

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1.1
Sextette
Oscar Pettiford
2:55
1.2
Golden Touch
Oscar Pettiford
2:33
1.3
Cable Car
Oscar Pettiford
2:33
1.4
Trictatism
Oscar Pettiford
2:48
1.5
Edge Of Love
Oscar Pettiford
2:37
1.6
Rides Again
Oscar Pettiford
2:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    15:57
"The quintet is second to none, the material is both advanced and yet in the pocket." - Jazz Weekly "... a delightful offering with tight ensemble playing along with some skillful solos ..." - Audiophile Audition Oscar Pettiford was not only one of the best bassists in jazz but was also one of the first to make the cello a solo instrument. Pettiford had to be considered equal, and possibly even better than Charles Mingus, when discussing the most important bass players in jazz at the time of this 1954 Hollywood recording. The quintet of Pettiford with Julius Watkins on French horn, Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, pianist Duke Jordan and drummer Ron Jefferson are at their best supporting Pettiford who performs here on both bass and cello.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

*Tracks 3, 5, 6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM Remastering: John Sigmon Transfer Engineers: Alex Nappi, Dana Pedersen.

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