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Name:Hank Mobley The Turnaround! (mp3, 320)

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LP Front.jpg (Size: 95.16 MB) (Files: 14)

 LP Front.jpg

70.22 KB

 LP Back.jpg

148.13 KB

 info.txt

2.28 KB

 06 Pat 'n Chat.mp3

14.86 MB

 05.jpg

235.07 KB

 05 My Sin.mp3

15.77 MB

 04.jpg

284.16 KB

 04 Straight Ahead.mp3

16.14 MB

 03.jpg

381.05 KB

 03 The Good Life.mp3

11.79 MB

 02.jpg

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 01.jpg

745.09 KB

 02 East of the Village.mp3

15.42 MB

 01 The Turnaround.mp3

18.92 MB
 

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Hank Mobley - The Turnaround! (mp3, 320)

The Hank Mobley of the Turnaround album was a markedly different one from a few years earlier. This session issued in early 1965 was the product of two different sessions. The first was in March of 1963, immediately after Mobley left the Miles Davis band. Those recordings produced "East of the Village," possibly the greatest example of Mobley's "round tone" on record, and the other was "The Good Life," a ballad. The rest was recorded nearly two years later in February of 1965. The title cut was produced here -- an Alfred Lion answer to Lee Morgan's "Sidewinder," which was burning up the charts -- as well as the beautiful "Pat 'n' Chat," with "Straight Ahead" and "My Sin" rounding out the program. On the earlier material, Donald Byrd, Herbie Hancock, Butch Warren, and Philly Jo Jones helped Mobley out, and on the latter it was Freddie Hubbard, Barry Harris, Paul Chambers, and Billy Higgins. In each case, there were alumnus members of the Miles band Mobley had played in. The main thing about "East of the Village" is the striking difference between the gorgeous melding of Latin and post-bop, straight-ahead rhythms, and the easy, loping blues feel that is cheered on by Jones. This track contains one of Mobley's most memorable solos. On the title track and "Pat 'n' Chat," there are elongated blues structures; in the former -- it is an unusual 18 bar figure -- and in the latter, there is the major 44 bar pattern that sounds like a blues with a bridge when the AABA pattern is invoked. Here is the evolution of Mobley's tone in full flower, all but gone is the rounded, warm sound, and in its place is a shorter, declarative, bluesier tone with real bite that is perfect for pianists like Harris, who were used to the deeper funk of the Detroit sound. In all this is a solid date, despite its time lapse, and one that gives us a solid picture of the two Mobleys.

Personnel:
March 7, 1963
Hank Mobley Quintet
Donald Byrd (tp) Hank Mobley (ts) Herbie Hancock (p) Butch Warren (b) Philly Joe Jones (d)

NJ, February 5, 1965
Hank Mobley Quintet
Freddie Hubbard (tp) Hank Mobley (ts) Barry Harris (p) Paul Chambers (b) Billy Higgins (d)

Track Listing:
01 The Turnaround
02 East of the Village
03 The Good Life
04 Straight Ahead
05 My Sin
06 Pat 'n Chat

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