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Name:Hank Mobley + Al Cohn + John Coltrane + Zoot Sims Tenor Conclave Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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1 - Tenor Conclave.mp3 (Size: 100.80 MB) (Files: 7)

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 1956 Tenor Conclave Info.txt

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 2 - Just You, Just Me.mp3

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 3 - Bob's Boys.mp3

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 4 - How Deep Is The Ocean.mp3

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Hank Mobley, Al Cohn, John Coltrane & Zoot Sims - Tenor Conclave
Recording Date: September 7, 1956
Time: 43:48
Label: Prestige/OJC
Bitrate: 320 kbps

These four sides should not be hard to locate, as the primary participants in this November 30, 1956, session have all issued them within their individual catalogs. However, Tenor Conclave was first released as credited to the "leaderless" Prestige All-Stars — consisting of tenor saxophonists John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, Al Cohn, and Zoot Sims. Providing support are pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Art Taylor. The Mobley-penned title track commences the effort with the quartet of tenors showing off their stuff in high-flying style. It takes a couple of passes and somewhat of a trained ear to be able to link the players with their contributions, but as is often the case, the whole tends to be greater than the sum of the parts. After a brief introduction with all four rapidly reeling off short riffs, Mobley charges ahead into truly inspired territory. The midtempo take of "Just You, Just Me" keeps things lively with a light swinging pace that is custom-made for bringing the combo's jocular side to the surface, particularly toward the end as they "trade fours," with each tenor blowing four bars before passing the melody on. The other Mobley composition is "Bob's Boys," and by all accounts it is the most compelling piece on the outing. The blues-based tune rollicks as Coltrane, Mobley, Cohn, and Sims find themselves configured in a seeming myriad of sonic face-offs. Wrapping up Tenor Conclave is an ultra-cool and sophisticated "How Deep Is the Ocean?" Cohn commences the long and luscious reading with a subtle strength, suggesting the powerful undercurrent flowing throughout the number. Also, listeners are treated to what is possibly Garland's finest interaction, leading right into Sims, Chambers, and finally a sublime Coltrane caboose. ~ AMG

I can not believe that I am the first person to review this CD. Are you bop-ers out there asleep? Just kidding...it's just that ANYTHING with Coltrane on it usually has 15 reviews, at least, already before I get to it. Let me tell you - here is a great CD, with 4, count 'em, 4 tenor saxmen wailing and ballad-eering their way through a classic set. Wait until you hear Trane tear into the ballad "How Deep Is The Ocean". By the way - the Red Garland Trio holds down the rest of the chairs on this one. Mobley is in top form, and Sims, and Cohn provide a real 'West Coast' kind of 'play-off' for Trane and Mobley. Man, you have to get hip to this one!! Prestige, circa 1956. ~ douglasnegley

This record is a pretty standard blowing session, with Trane way ahead of the pack, but the rhythm section is what gives the recording the "classic" status. Great PC, AT and Red solos make this a "must have". ~ phobart

Personnel:
Hank Mobley, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, John Coltrane - tenor saxophones
Red Garland - piano
Paul Chambers - bass
Arthur Taylor - drums

Hank Mobley, Al Cohn, John Coltrane & Zoot Sims - Tenor Conclave tracks:
01 Tenor Conclave
02 Just You, Just Me
03 Bob's Boys
04 How Deep Is The Ocean

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