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Name:Dexter Gordon Clubhouse (mp3, 320)

Total Size: 91.96 MB

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 info.txt

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 LT 989 Back.jpg

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 06 Jodi.mp3

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 05 Lady Iris B.mp3

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 03 Devilette.mp3

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 04 Clubhouse.mp3

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 02 I'm a Fool to Want You.mp3

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 01 Hanky Panky.mp3

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Dexter Gordon - Clubhouse (mp3, 320)

The Dexter Gordon album Clubhouse has had somewhat of an ill-fated history. Gordon had been living since 1962 in Europe, but he returned to the states briefly in 1965 to fulfill some contractual obligations, which included delivering two albums for Blue Note Records. A single long session on May 1927, 1965 featuring a quintet of Gordon on tenor sax, Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Barry Harris on piano, Billy Higgins on drums and Bob Cranshaw on bass (Ben Tucker plays bass on his own composition "Devilette" here) provided enough material for the LP Gettin' Around and Clubhouse. The latter, however, wasn't released until 1979, having been judged flawed and sloppy, and the rumor was that Gordon had been using during the session (he was busted for narcotics a year later in Europe). In retrospect, Clubhouse was a solid album, and if both Gordon and Hubbard sound at times overly cautious, it doesn't mar what is clearly a successful set and hardly the disaster it was painted to be. The Gordon composition that opens things, "Hanky Panky," is lively and infectious, while the ballad "I'm a Fool to Want You" gets a moving, emotional and nuanced treatment from Gordon. Tucker's "Devilette" sounds immediately like a future standard, while the title track, Gordon's "Clubhouse," is a fully developed romp befitting its name, proving the persistent rumors that the rhythm section didn't deliver a quality effort at the original session were pure bunk. Far from a failed effort, Clubhouse, if not exactly a lost classic, can sit proudly in the Gordon discography. [In 2007, an RVG edition of the album was released.]

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon Quintet
Freddie Hubbard (tp -1/3,5,6) Dexter Gordon (ts) Barry Harris (p) Bob Cranshaw (b -1,3/6) Ben Tucker (b -2) Billy Higgins (d)

Track Listing:
01 Hanky Panky
02 I'm a Fool to Want You
03 Devilette
04 Clubhouse
05 Lady Iris B
06 Jodi

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