Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Sonny Stitt - Move on Over (The Eddie Buster Sides)

Move on Over pairs Sonny Stitt with the little-known Chicago organist Eddie Buster, resulting in a gritty, kinetic session fueled by the lively give and take of its principles. Guitarist Joe Diorio and altoist Nicky Hill further enhance the set's organic, one-take feel. All four participants seem to operate on pure instinct, translating the energy of the live setting into the sterile confines of the recording studio, and the music is all the better for it.
Jason Ankeny

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

Sonny Stitt
Move on Over
(The Eddie Buster Sides)

Tracks

1 Stormy Weather (Arlen, Koehler)  4:25
2 A Natural Fox (Stitt)  5:23
3 Love Letters (Heyman, Young)  3:51
4 Move on Over (Stitt)  3:15
5 My Mother's Eyes (Baer, Gilbert)  3:55
6 The Lady Is a Tramp (Hart, Rodgers)  7:17
7 Dexter's Deck (Gordon)  4:09
8 Shut the Back Door (Stitt)  5:53
9 I'm in the Mood for Love (Fields, McHugh)  4:43
10 McKie's (Stitt)  9:38
11 It All Depends on You (Brown, DeSylva, Henderson)  5:58
12 Blue Moon (Hart, Rodgers)  5:55
13 Free Chicken (Stitt)  10:01
14 Jay Tee (Stitt)  6:21


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Personnel
[# 1-8] Move on Over
Sonny Stitt - as & ts
Eddie Buster - org
Nicky Hill - ts
Joe Diorio - g
Gerald Donovan - dr
Recorded at Ter Mar Studio, Chicago ; June 7, 1963
[# 9-14] At the D.J. Lounge
Sonny Stitt - as & ts
Eddie Buster - org
Johnny Boards - ts
Joe Shelton - dr
Recorded live at the D.J. Lounge, Chicago ; June, 1961

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Sonny Stitt (heard on this LP on alto and tenor) recorded a countless number of albums in his career, so many that he often had trouble recalling them years later. It is doubtful if he remembered this particular record, a loose quartet outing with tenor-saxophonist John Board, organist Edward Buster and drummer Joe Shelton. Their renditions of a few standards and some riffing blues are spirited if not all that essential.
Scott Yanow

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:3ifoxqlaldje

19 comments:

censusloss said...

welcome back, Mel - you have been missed !

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censusloss said...

welcome back, Mel - you have been missed !

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chuchuni said...

Merci de ce retour... en fanfare avec Stitt :)

Mal said...

Welcome back Mel, please stay awhile and thank you for keeping this awesome resource alive!

wouter said...

thank you for this very nice sonny stitt album, mel! and i'm glad you're back again, in spite of these troubled times...

ZM-JazzRock said...

Mel, merci, merci, merci!
Thanx for this Sonny Stitt album.
Regards from Brazil!

OldHippieRick said...

*Big Smiles Thanks totally the jazz blog master is back and thanx for yet another gem ~ rick

Bill said...

Sonny Stitt + organ = my kind of music! Thanks!

Chris said...

Thanks Mel I have been looking for a better copy of these albums.

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deGallo said...

Thank you.

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

musician3 said...

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Fred Archtop said...

Thanks Mel.

AmyBRAINS said...

GREAT, GREAT, GREAT!!!
Thanks a lot, Melanchthon.

Newlyner said...

Great post Mel. Many thanks for sharing.

Brush&Stick said...

Thank you for these classics; vintage Stitt!

kristophermc28 said...

Thanks Mel!

Jazzsoulman said...

Thank You