Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Jonah Jones at The Embers

In 1956, Jonah Jones started to become an unlikely commercial success. A veteran swing trumpeter not known to the general public despite being an exciting player, Jones caught on playing frequently muted solos with a quartet at the Embers in New York. His music often featured a shuffle rhythm and mixed Dixieland, swing and show tunes. This first recording by the quartet (also including pianist George Rhodes, bassist John Browne and drummer Harold Austin) was popular, although it would soon be dwarfed by Jones' successes for Capitol. Highlights of the date, which was also released by Groove and Victor, include "It's All Right With Me," "All of You," "High Society" and "At Sundown."
Scott Yanow 

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/album/jonah-jones-at-the-embers-mw0000867088

Jonah Jones
at The Embers

Tracks

1 It's All Right with Me (Porter)  4:32
2 From This Moment On (Porter)  4:08
3 Learnin' the Blues (Silver)  3:37
4 Something's Gotta Give (Mercer)  2:38
5 All of You (Porter)  3:59
6 Lullaby of Birdland (Shearing)  4:18
7 Basin Street Blues (Williams)  4:08
8 High Society (Piron, Williams)  4:32
9 Tin Roof Blues (Pollack, Brunies, Rappolo, Stizel, Mares)  5:52
10 Muskrat Ramble (Ory)  3:50
11 At Sundown (Donaldson)  4:28


Personnel
Jonah Jones - tp
George Rhodes - p
John Browne - b
Harold Austin - dr 

Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 3, New York City ; February 14 [# 6, 8-10], 22 [# 1, 2, 4 & 7] ; & 29 [# 3, 5 & 11], 1956

7 comments:

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jazzcat1228 said...

Thank you Leopold, for this share. It looks like an excellent album.

J-2 said...

Great post, never a let down...If you can can you post Frank Foster & Frank Wess "2 Franks Please"...Thanks..

deGallo said...

Thank you for this upgrade. Nice!

AmyBRAINS said...

It's a nice post.
Many thanks, Melanchthon.

fcapeau said...

Many thanks, Leo, to remind us of this jolly good musician. Beautiful post !

Prof. Yaffle said...

Thank you