Horace Silver Blowin' the Blues Away (1959) [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Horace Silver Blowin' the Blues Away (1959) [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Horace Silver - Blowin' the Blues Away
Original Year: 1959
Label. Blue Note (1999, RVG Remastered)
Total time: 42:57
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Blowin' the Blues Away is one of Horace Silver's all-time Blue Note classics, only upping the ante established on Finger Poppin' for tightly constructed, joyfully infectious hard bop. This album marks the peak of Silver's classic quintet with trumpeter Blue Mitchell, tenor saxophonist Junior Cook, bassist Gene Taylor, and drummer Louis Hayes; it's also one of the pianist's strongest sets of original compositions, eclipsed only by Song for My Father and Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers. The pacing of the album is impeccable, offering up enough different feels and slight variations on Silver's signature style to captivate the listener throughout. Two songs -- the warm, luminous ballad 'Peace' and the gospel-based call-and-response swinger 'Sister Sadie' -- became oft-covered standards of Silver's repertoire, and the madly cooking title cut wasn't far behind. And they embody what's right with the album in a nutshell -- the up-tempo tunes ('Break City') are among the hardest-swinging Silver had ever cut, and the slower changes of pace ('Melancholy Mood') are superbly lyrical, adding up to one of the best realizations of Silver's aesthetic. Also, two cuts ('Melancholy Mood' and the easy-swinging 'The St. Vitus Dance') give Silver a chance to show off his trio chops, and 'Baghdad Blues' introduces his taste for exotic, foreign-tinged themes. Through it all, Silver remains continually conscious of the groove, playing off the basic rhythms to create funky new time patterns. The typical high-impact economy of his and the rest of the band's statements is at its uppermost level, and everyone swings with exuberant commitment. In short, Blowin' the Blues Away is one of Silver's finest albums, and it's virtually impossible to dislike. ~ Steve Huey, AMG

Can it really be over forty years since this excellent example of Horace Silver's music was recorded? This has everything. The Trio as well as the Quintet with the greatest tenor player, Junior Cook. The music with the driving title track, the stirring Sister Sadie and the wonderful track which is so aptly entitled 'Peace'. Possibly the best that Horace Silver has recorded? Whether it is or not, this CD spends as much time on my player as the original LP did 30+ years ago. Wonderful music by one of the greats of jazz. ~ David Beckett

Horace Silver (Piano)
Blue Mitchell (Trumpet)
Junior Cook (Tenor Saxophone)
Gene Taylor (Double Bass)
Louis Hayes (Drums)

Horace Silver - Blowin' the Blues Away Tracks:
01 Blowin' The Blues Away (Horace Silver) 4:45
02 The St. Vitus Dance (Horace Silver) 4:09
03 Break City (Horace Silver) 4:57
04 Peace (Horace Silver) 6:02
05 Sister Sadie (Horace Silver) 6:19
06 The Baghdad Blues (Horace Silver) 4:52
07 Melancholy Mood (Horace Silver) 7:10
08 How Did It Happen (Don Newey) 4:40

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