Sunday, October 17, 2010

Harold in New York

Tenor saxophonist Harold Land and trumpeter Kenny Dorham make for a potent front line on this CD reissue, a superior hard bop set. With an obscure and quietly boppish rhythm section (pianist Amos Trice, bassist Clarence Jones, and drummer Joe Peters) giving suitable backup, Land and Dorham stretch out on five selections, most notably Cole Porter's "So in Love," "On a Little Street in Singapore," and Land's "O.K. Blues," which was dedicated to producer Orrin Keepnews. A fine effort that serves as a strong example of Harold Land's early work.
Scott Yanow
Source : http://www.allmusic.com/album/eastward-ho-harold-land-in-new-york-r142500

Harold Land
Eastward Ho !
Harold Land in New York

Tracks

1 So in Love (Porter) 5:58
2 Triple Trouble (Trice) 5:46
3 Slowly (Goell, Raksin) 6:59
4 On a Little Street in Singapore (DeRose, Hill) 7:07
5 Okay Blues (Land) 12:23

Personnel
Harold Land - ts
Kenny Dorham - tp
Amos Trice - p
Clarence Jones - b
Joe Peters - dr

Recorded in New York City ; June 5 & 8, 1960

2 comments:

Melanchthon said...

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Kovina Kris said...

Thank you Mel. I look forward to hearing this one.