Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Wynton Kelly Trio

Pianist Wynton Kelly's next-to-last set as a leader (he would record a slightly later date for Delmark) featured him at a time when his influence was waning and he was overshadowed by more advanced players. However, Kelly's impact would begin to grow again after his death, when the Young Lions movement began in the early '80s; certainly pianist Benny Green was greatly touched by Kelly's conception. This Milestone trio set, reissued on CD, matches Kelly with bassist Ron McClure and drummer Jimmy Cobb on a fine program mostly filled with standards but also including the then-recent Burt Bacharach hit "Walk on By" and Kelly's original "Scufflin'."
Scott Yanow

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:gxfrxqqgld6e

Wynton Kelly
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1 I Want a Little Girl (Mencher, Moll) 4:42
2 I Thought (Stevenson) 4:51
3 What a Diff'rence a Day Made (Adams, Grever) 4:47
4 Autumn Leaves (Kosma, Mercer, Prévert) 3:51
5 Don't Cha Hear Me Callin' to Ya (Stevenson) 4:27
6 On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Lane, Lerner) 3:14
7 Scufflin' (Kelly) 3:02
8 Born to Be Blue (David, Maher, Reid, Torme, Wells) 4:07
9 Walk on By (Bacharach, David) 3:15

Wynton Kelly - p
Ron McClure - b
Jimmy Cobb - dr

Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City ; September 2, 27 & 30, 1966


stringbender said...

Mel - Thanks very much for posting this lovely Wynton Kelly trio side.

Foth said...

One of my favourite piano players! Thank you

PlantDoctor53 said...

Thank you Mel.

laconico said...

Amazing album, thaks Mel!

johnp said...

Thanks for this!

neil said...

Just heard him on Jazz Lineup, so timely post, Mel!

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