The New Al Grey Quintet (Digital Version)
Download links and information about The New Al Grey Quintet (Digital Version) by Al Grey. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:02:08 minutes.
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|3.||Don't Blame Me||6:11|
|4.||Syrup and Bisquits||5:48|
|5.||Taint No Use||5:19|
|7.||Night and Day||2:21|
|8.||Call It Whatchawanna||5:45|
|10.||Stompin' At the Savoy||3:24|
|13.||Soap Gets In Your Eyes||3:25|
Veteran trombonist Al Grey leads an unusual quintet on this set from 1988 that, in addition to drummer Bobby Durham, features the sons of Al Cohn (guitarist Joe Cohn), Gerald Wiggins (bassist J.J. Wiggins), and his own Mike Grey on second trombone. The two trombonists have similar sounds, with the elder Grey getting the bulk of the solos. The repertoire mixes together swing standards with lesser-known jazz tunes by Thad Jones, Sonny Stitt, Hank Mobley, Al Cohn, Johnny Griffin, Art Farmer, and Al Grey himself. The relaxed straight-ahead music flows nicely and all of the musicians (other than Durham) have their opportunities to be featured. Worth searching for.