Grant Green Born to Be Blue (1962) [Blues][mp 320][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Grant Green Born to Be Blue (1962) [Blues][mp 320][h33t][schon55]

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 09. Outer Space.mp3

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 08. Cool Blues.mp3

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 07. Count Every Star.mp3

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 06. My One and Only Love.mp3

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 05. Back In Your Own Back Yard.mp3

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 04. If I Should Lose You.mp3

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 03. Born To Be Blue (alternate take).mp3

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Grant Green - Born to Be Blue
Label: Blue Note (1989)
Total time: 59:05
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Although Grant Green provided his share of groove-oriented soul-jazz and modal post-bop, his roots were hard bop, and it is in a

bop-oriented setting that the guitarist excels on Born to Be Blue. Most of the material on this five-star album was recorded at Rudy Van

Gelder's New Jersey studio on December 11, 1961, when Green was joined by tenor titan Ike Quebec, pianist Sonny Clark, bassist Sam

Jones, and drummer Louis Hayes. Tragically, Quebec was near the end of his life -- the distinctive saxman died of lung cancer at the age of

44 on January 16, 1963 -- but there is no evidence of Quebec's declining health on Born to Be Blue. He was playing as authoritatively as

ever well into 1962, and the saxman is in fine form on hard-swinging interpretations of "Someday My Prince Will Come" and Al Jolson's

"Back in Your Own Back Yard." It's interesting to hear Quebec playing bop, for his big, breathy tone was right out of swing and was greatly

influenced by Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster. Although Quebec and Green (who was 14 years younger) had very different musical

backgrounds, they were always quite compatible musically. They clearly enjoyed a strong rapport on the uptempo selections as well as

ballads like "My One and Only Love" and Mel Torme's "Born to Be Blue." Originally a vinyl LP, this album was reissued on CD in 1989, when

Blue Note added an alternate take of the title song and a previously unreleased version of Charlie Parker's "Cool Blues." ~ Alex Henderson,


Grant Green (Guitar)
Ike Quebec (Tenor Saxophone)
Sonny Clark (Piano)
Sam Jones (Double Bass)
Louis Hayes (Drums)

01 Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 6:30
02 Born To Be Blue (Mel Tormé/Robert Wells) 4:54
03 Born To Be Blue (Alternate Take) (Mel Tormé/Robert Wells) 4:41
04 If I Should Lose You (Ralph Rainger/Leo Robin) 6:05
05 Back In Your Own Back Yard (Dave Dreyer/Al Jolson/Billy Rose) 8:04
06 My One And Only Love (Robert Mellin/Guy Wood) 5:50
07 Count Every Star (Bruno Coquatrix/Sammy Gallop) 6:21
08 Cool Blues (Charlie Parker) 7:57
09 Outer Space (Grant Green) 8:43

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