Live at the Cotton Club, Cleveland, Ohio. CD1, Recorded on May 28, 1956. CD1, & CD 2, Recorded on May 29, 1956. CD 2, & CD 3, Recorded on June 1, 1956. Bonus tracks: CD 3, Radio broadcast from Town Casino, Buffalo, New York, February 26, 1956. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Memorial is a 1956 jazz album by trumpeter Clifford Brown issued posthumously. It was originally released on the Prestige label as PRLP 7055. It principally includes fast bop pieces, also arranged for a brass section. Ira Gitler, who was supervising session for Prestige label at the time, confessed he was greatly impressed by Brown: "When Brownie stood up and took his first solo on "Philly J J", I nearly fell off my seat in the control room
PLAY ALL. At The Cotton Club 1956. Released by Lone Hill Jazz Jan 2007 17 Tracks.
Clifford Brown - Blues Walk. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/ - . 0. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/ - . Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/05 Daahoud. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/04 I'll Remember April. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/07 Blues Walk. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/06 'Round Midnight. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956/CD 3/Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956. Clifford Brown - At The Cotton. Memorial Album '1959. Clifford Brown And Max Roach At Basin Street '1956. More Study In Brown '1956.
Clifford Brown - trumpet Sonny Rollins - tenor saxophone Richie Powell - the piano George Morrow - bass Max Roach - drums. I play the trumpet, my name is Clifford Brown. With these simple and unpretentious words, Brownie introduced himself to the audience of the Cotton Club in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 28, 1956. And indeed he played the trumpet, with a fire and excellence that has earned him renown worldwide . Both of these tapes were used to make the record album, "Pure Genius". Lover", has a guest drummer sitting in. I think Max said Chuck Lampkin.
Clifford Brown (October 30, 1930 – June 26, 1956), aka "Brownie," was an influential and highly rated American jazz trumpeter. Missing lyrics by Clifford Brown? Know any other songs by Clifford Brown?
Tracklist: 1. Introduction By Clifford Brown, 2. Take The A Train, 3. Darn That Dream, Intermission Announcement By Clifford Brown, 4. Nice Work If You Can Get It, 5. Jordu, 6. Valse Hot (Incomplete), 7. Introduction By Max Roach Into Get Happy, 8. Untitled Blues, 9. Delilah, 10. Lover, 11. Lover Man, 12. Daahoud, 13. What’s New, 14. I’ll Remember April, 15. ‘Round Midnight, 16. The Blues Walk. 1. Introduction By Clifford Brown. 2. Take The A Train. 3. Darn That Dream, Intermission Announcement By Clifford Brown. 4. Nice Work If You Can Get It.
CD 1. 01 Introduction by Clifford Brown. 02 Take The ''A'' Train. 03 Darn That Dream, Intermission announcement by Clifford Brown. 04 Nice Work If You Can Get I. lac. 06 Valse Hot (Incomplete). Clifford Brown - At The Cotton Club 1956.
|1-1||Introduction By Clifford Brown||1:28|
|1-2||Take The "A" Train||13:39|
|1-3||Darn That Dream / Intermission Announcement By Clifford Brown||4:28|
|1-4||Nice Work If You Can Get It||18:52|
|1-6||Valse Hot (Incomplete)||3:44|
|2-1||Introduction By Max Roach Into Get Happy||23:25|
|3-4||I'll Remember April||19:04|
|3-7||The Blues Walk||8:13|
- Bass – George Morrow
- Drums – Max Roach
- Piano – Richie Powell
- Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins
- Trumpet – Clifford Brown
NotesLive at the Cotton Club, Cleveland, Ohio.
CD1, #1-5: Recorded on May 28, 1956.
CD1, #6 & CD 2, #1-2: Recorded on May 29, 1956.
CD 2, #3-4 & CD 3, #1-4: Recorded on June 1, 1956.
Bonus tracks: CD 3, #5-7: Radio broadcast from Town Casino, Buffalo, New York, February 26, 1956.
|RLR 88624||Clifford Brown||At The Cotton Club 1956 (3xCD, Album, RE)||RLR Records||RLR 88624||Europe||2011|