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Motor City Scene

Pepper AdamsDonald Byrd

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発売日

2017年12月01日

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1

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VP90028

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構成数 | 1枚

Personnel: Donald Byrd (trumpet); Pepper Adams (baritone saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Kenny Burrell (guitar); Paul Chambers (bass); Louis Hayes (drums). Includes liner notes by Al Clarke and Joseph F. Laredo. Digitally remastered by Tom Moulton, Rick Essig and Greg Vaughn (Frankford Wayne Mastering Labs, New York, New York). As Donald Byrd and Pepper Adams emerged from the Detroit jazz scene to national prominence in the mid-'50s, their singular instrumental voices became pronounced. As good as their overall playing is on this recording from 1960 (also released with the title Stardust), it is not as potent and defined as on previous efforts, like the Savoy albums Kenny Clarke Meets the Detroit Jazzmen (aka Jazzmen Detroit) or their classic Riverside recording 10 to 4 at the Five Spot. The five selections here not all feature the total united Adams-Byrd package in terms of their signature sound or the compositions, and as such diminishes the overall quality of the project. It is like skimming the surface of what is an extraordinary band that feels like it is in a growth curve. Guitarist Kenny Burrell and bassist Paul Chambers fill large roles, but pianist Tommy Flanagan sounds like merely a sideman instead of a larger puzzle piece, and drummer "Hey" Lewis (a nom de plume for Louis Hayes) is not, at this point in his career, Clarke, Elvin Jones, or anyone comparable. "Stardust" is a ten-minute ballad feature for Byrd without Adams. The Thad Jones evergreen "Bitty Ditty" closes the set, as pretty a melody and classic a tuneful, melodic, hummable bop tune as has been invented. In the middle is a basic two-note bluesy swinger titled "Philson" and Erroll Garner's "Trio," played by this sextet led by Burrell (with Adams in too late and Byrd fairly inconsequential), while the cute calypso "Libeccio" has Adams and Burrell joining in only on the second chorus. Fine solos from the front-liners save this effiort, as their formidable powers still show great promise. Two years hence, this band was a top-drawer attraction, but somehow this session doesn't gel to the extent it might have. ~ Michael G. Nastos

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