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Horace Silver - Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers (1986) [Hard Bop]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Horace Silver - Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers (1986) [Hard Bop]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Horace Silver
Album: Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers
Genre: Hard Bop
Label: Blue Note
Released: 1986
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. Room 608 (Silver) - 5:21
  2. Creepin' In (Silver) - 7:26
  3. Stop Time (Silver) - 4:07
  4. To Whom It May Concern (Silver) - 5:12
  5. Hippy (Silver) - 5:25
  6. The Preacher (Silver) - 4:18
  7. Hankerin' (Mobley) - 5:19
  8. Doodlin' (Silver) - 6:44

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    Personnel:
  • Kenny Dorham - trumpet
  • Hank Mobley - tenor saxophone
  • Horace Silver - piano
  • Doug Watkins - bass
  • Art Blakey - drums

In 1954, pianist Horace Silver teamed with drummer Art Blakey to form a cooperative ensemble that would combine the dexterity and power of bebop with the midtempo, down-home grooves of blues and gospel music. The results are what would become known as hard bop, and the Jazz Messengers were one of the leading exponents of this significant era in jazz history. Before Silver's departure and Blakey's lifetime of leadership, this first major session by the original Jazz Messengers set the standard by which future incarnations of the group would be measured. The tunes here are all Silver's, save the bopping "Hankerin'" by tenor man Hank Mobley. Such cuts as the opening "Room 608," the bluesy "Creepin' In," and "Hippy" are excellent examples of both Silver's creative composing style and the Messengers' signature sound. Of course, the most remembered tunes from the session are the classic "The Preacher" and "Doodlin'," two quintessential hard bop standards. In all, this set is not only a stunning snapshot of one of the first groups of its kind, but the very definition of a style that dominated jazz in the 1950s and '60s.
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