It Might As Well Be Spring (Limited Clear Vinyl)
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Recorded in 1961 and released on Blue Note in 1964, "It May As Well Be Spring" is often considered as an ideal companion to Quebec's famous "Heavy Soul" . Here the saxophone player displays a relaxed set of standards, including classic songs from the American repertoire such as "Willow Weep For Me", "Lover Man" and "Ol Man River". Perfect material to express his warm, lyrical tenor sax voice while Freddie Roach on organ, Milt Hinton on bass, and Al Harewood on drums perform with their usual high sense of interaction.