A Prescription for the Blues
Download links and information about A Prescription for the Blues by Horace Silver. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 51:52 minutes.
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|1.||A Prescription for the Blues||5:14|
|2.||Whenever Lester Plays the Blues||6:35|
|3.||You Gotta Shake That Thing||5:15|
|4.||Yodel Lady Blues||6:42|
|5.||Brother John and Brother Gene||4:42|
|6.||Free at Last||6:27|
|8.||Sunrise in Malibu||5:01|
Pianist/composer Horace Silver teams up with the Brecker Brothers (both of whom used to be in his quintet) and a veteran rhythm section of bassist Ron Carter and drummer Louis Hayes to debut nine of his originals. The funny part about Silver's music is that, no matter who he is paying tribute to (this set includes a song for Lester Young), the style always ends up sounding like Horace Silver, with no real reference to the subject matter. All of the music on this date is very much in Silver's funky hard bop tradition, in the phrasing, catchy themes, concise solos by tenor Michael and trumpeter Randy Brecker, and the pianist's distinctive and quote-filled improvisations. None of the melodies are all that memorable ("Walk On" has the best chance of catching on), so there are probably no future "hits" on this collection. But it is a joy to hear Horace Silver still playing in his prime at the age of 68.