Jerome Richardson - Roamin' with Richardson (1959/1994) [Cool, Hard Bop]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Jerome Richardson - Roamin' with Richardson (1959/1994) [Cool, Hard Bop]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Jerome Richardson
Album: Roamin' with Richardson
Genre: Cool, Hard Bop
Label: Original Jazz Classics
Released: 1959/1994
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. Friar Tuck (Tucker) - 5:41
  2. Up at Teddy's Hill (Richardson) - 6:24
  3. Warm Valley (Ellington) - 8:45
  4. Poinciana (Simon-Bernier) - 7:37
  5. I Never Knew (Kahn-Fiorito) - 6:42
  6. Candied Sweets (Wyands) - 4:27

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    Personnel:
  • Jerome Richardson - flute, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone
  • Richard Wyands - piano
  • George Tucker - bass
  • Charlie Persip - drums

Jerome Richardson has long been one of the most versatile of jazzmen, able to get a personal sound and to swing on flute, tenor, alto, soprano and baritone. For his quartet date with pianist Richard Wyands (who at this point often sounded like Red Garland), bassist George Tucker and drummer Charlie Persip, Richardson plays baritone on three songs (in a deep tone a little reminiscent of Pepper Adams and Leo Parker), two on tenor and one on flute. The CD reissue (the second of only four sessions that the reedman has had as a leader) finds Richardson in excellent form, swinging through three group originals, "I Never Knew," "Poinciana" and a strong version (on baritone) of Duke Ellington's "Warm Valley."
Review by Scott Yanow

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