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Cannonball Adderley

One For Daddy-O (CD)

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Codigo:
DJA-150078
Sello:
Dutch Jazz Archives
EAN:
8713897903980
Referéncia:
NJA 1602
Formato:
CD
Nº de discos:
1

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PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED CONCERTS!

PRESENTING RARE VERSIONS BY CANNONBALL OF "ONE FOR DADDY-O", "STELLA BY STARLIGHT", AND HIS ONLY KNOWN RECORDING OF MILES DAVIS' "TUNE UP".

THE FIRST SET FINDS HIM WITH HIS USUAL SEXTET, BUT THE SECOND HAS HIM AS THE ONLY HORN BACKED BY DUTCH PLAYERS, AMONG THEM PIANIST PIM JACOBS, IN HIS ONLY EXISTING RECORDINGS WITH CANNONBALL.

This newly appeared CD presents the amazing talents of alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley in two outstanding performances from his best period. The first four tracks come from a concert in at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw given on November 19, 1960, when Cannonball's quintet included his brother Nat on cornet, Victor Feldman on piano, Sam Jones on bass, and Louis Hayes on drums. It highlight is, obviously, the title tune, which had been previously recorded by the saxophonist only on his widely celebrated 1958 Somethin' Else LP with Miles Davis. Tom Lord's site lists just three versions of "One for Daddy-O" in the whole Adderley discography, the Amsterdam one being the second, followed just by a third one taped two days later in Sweden (on November 22) and issued on Pablo. Victor Feldman's "Exodus" is another title from which just two performances exist by Cannonball, the other one being from his official 1960 Riverside album at the Lighthouse. While Bobby Timmons' "Dis Here" and Oscar Pettiford's "Bohemia After Dark" are tunes more frequented by Cannonball's different groups, they are always nice to hear in new performances.

The second four tunes come from a concert at Theater Bellevue, also in Amsterdam, on June 3, 1966, and feature Cannonball in a unique background, as the only horn, accompanied by local musicians, among which shines the piano artistry of Pim Jacobs (1934-1996), who is heard here in his only known recording with Cannonball. The start with a blues, and then go through a rendition of brother Nat's "Work Song", the standard "Stella by Starlight" (first recorded by Cannonball in 1957 for his album Cannonball Enroute and rarely recorded by the saxophonist), and Miles Davis' "Tune Up", of which no other versions by Cannonball are known to exist!

PERSONNEL:

On Tracks [1-4]

JULIAN "CANNONBALL" ADDERLEY, alto sax
NAT ADDERLEY, cornet
VICTOR FELDMAN, piano
SAM JONES, bass
LOUIS HAYES, drums

Live at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, November 11, 1960.

On Tracks [5-8]

JULIAN "CANNONBALL" ADDERLEY, alto sax
PIM JACOBS, piano
WIM OVERGAAUW, guitar
RUUD JACOBS, bass
CEES SEE, drums

Live at Theater Bellevue, Amsterdam, June 3, 1966.

TRACKS:

01. Exodus
02. One For Daddy-O
03. This Here
04. Bohemia After Dark
05. Blues
06. Work Song
07. Stella By Starlight
08. Tune Up