Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Kenny Burrell - Tin Tin Deo

This CD reissue brings back a typically tasteful set by guitarist Kenny Burrell. Performing in a sparse trio with bassist Reggie Johnson and drummer Carl Burnette, Burrell plays boppish and swinging versions of his own blues "The Common Ground," Erroll Garner's playful "La Petite Mambo" and six jazz standards. Nothing particularly surprising occurs but Burrell is heard throughout in above-average form and this release should please his fans.
Scott Yanow

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Kenny Burrell
Tin Tin Deo


1 Tin Tin Deo (Fuller, Gillespie, Pozo)  7:17
2 Old Folks (Hill, Robison)  4:35
3 Have You Met Miss Jones ? (Hart, Rodgers)  2:53
4 I Remember You (Mercer, Schertzinger)  5:44
5 Common Ground (Burrell)  4:22
6 If You Could See Me Now (Dameron, Sigman)  6:18
7 I Hadn't Anyone Till You (Noble)  3:52
8 La Petite Mambo (Garner)  4:17


Kenny Burrell - g
Reggie Johnson - b
Carl Burnett - dr

Recorded at Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California ; March 23-25, 1977


Melanchthon said...

Ананасий Непитин said...

i have strong premonition about this record, that it's a real treasure.
although my usual domain of interests lies in classical, contemporary (up to avantgarde), early and some species of folk/world music, i do highly appreciate real jazz masterpieces in both mainstream and modern trends.
thanks a lot, dear Mel!

reincidente said...

Incalculable la labor de Melanchthon. Many many thanks...

Jazzsoulman said...

Thank You

AmyBRAINS said...

Many thanks, Melanchthon.

Anonymous said...

links are dead, Mel.