Download links and information about Daylight Express by Clark Terry, Paul Gonsalves. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:05:00 minutes.
|Artist:||Clark Terry, Paul Gonsalves|
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|4.||Trumpet Mouthpiece Blues||4:07|
|6.||Blues for Daddy-O's Jazz Patio Blues||4:36|
|7.||Basin Street Blues||2:47|
|9.||Taking a Chance on Love||2:22|
|19.||The Girl I Call Baby||3:32|
Two obscure but very enjoyable and complementary former Lps are reissued in full on this generous CD. The first half of the disc is primarily a showcase for trumpeter Clark Terry who is joined by Mike Simpson (on tenor and flute) in a sextet. C.T. sounds a bit more influenced by Dizzy Gillespie at this time than he would but he was already quite distinctive on such numbers as "Candy," "Blues For Daddy O's Jazz Patio Blues" and "Basin Street Blues." "Phalanges" is a hot bop line (by Louie Bellson) that deserves to be revived while "Trumpet Mouthpiece Blues" sounds like an ancestor of "Mumbles." The second half of the album matches Terry with tenor-saxophonist Paul Gonsalves (who is actually the leader) and a rhythm section that features some surprisingly advanced piano from Willie Jones that sometimes hints strongly at both Cecil Taylor and Sun Ra! Terry and Gonsalves (who were both with Duke Ellington at the time) always made for a good team. The tenor revisits the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival with his long solo on "Festival" and other tunes (all originals by one of the horn players) are basic and swinging; a previously unissued ballad, "The Girl I Call Baby" closes the rewarding and memorable set. Highly recommended.