Sunday, May 22, 2016

Sam Most - Musically Yours

One of the loosest, most relaxed albums ever from flute man Sam Most cut with a cool quartet that also features Bob Dorough on piano, Bill Crow on bass, and Joe Morello on drums ! The inventive touches of all the rhythm players are really felt strongly creating these modern moments that really have Sam stretching out on his instrument, and moving it way past any cliches of a few years before. Most handles flute on almost all the tracks, but also throws in some great clarinet as well with archly-crafted solos that really swing, but with kind of an arch modernist tone in the manner of some of Jimmy Giuffre's best rhythm-bound work of the 50s. Titles include "Obvious Conclusion", "Stella By Starlight", "Two For Three", and "House Of Bread Blues". 
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Sam Most
Musically Yours

Tracks

1 Stella by Starlight (Washington, Young)  5:55
2 Hush-A-Bye (Seelen, Fain)  7:01
3 Obvious Conclusion (Most)  4:57
4 Autumn Leaves (Kosma, Mercer)  4:48
5 If I Had You (Shapiro, Connely)  4:57
6 Body & Soul (Eyton, Green, Heyman, Sour)  4:53
7 House of Bread Blues (Most)  5:18
8 Two for Three (Most)  5:10

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Personnel
Sam Most - fl & cl
Bob Dorough - p
Bill Crow - b
Joe Morello - dr


Recorded in New York City ; July, 1956


See also
http://www.jazzdisco.org/bethlehem-records/discography-1956/

18 comments:

steve said...

This looks really tasty Mel. Thanks!

danair said...

Without doubt the best of his Bethhlehem recordings,great post as always Mel.

AmyBRAINS said...

YES!!
It's really an axcellent post, as always Melanchthon.
Many thanks.

anon'n'on said...

sam's one artist that always surprises me how good his stuff is..thanks

ProfessorCalculus said...

Thanks Mel

daniel genovese said...

Thanks

deGallo said...

Wonderful upgrade!! Thank you.

Newlyner said...

Great post. Many thanks Mel.

Chris said...

Thanks Mel for this very nice upgrade

neil said...

This will sit nicely between 'East Coast Jazz-9' (1955) and 'The Amazing Mr. Sam Most' (1957); many thanks, mel...

Jazzsoulman said...

Many Thanks

Prof. Yaffle said...

Many thanks

jazzcat1228 said...

thank you, mel!

grumpy said...

This one I've been looking for, many thanks, Mel.

Melanchthon said...

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Bill said...

Thank you very much, Mel.

musician3 said...

AMAZING.........................THANK YOU FOR ALL

moha said...

Thank you Mel!