Hollywood Saxophone Quartet

Hollywood Saxophone Quartet (FSR 2253)

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1955

Hollywood Saxophone Quartet

Hollywood Saxophone Quartet

Jazzcity Series

8427328622530

ABS 122651

FSR 2253

JAZZ

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Hollywood Saxophone Quartet

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CD 9,88 €

Featuring: Russ Cheever (ss), Jack Dumont (as), Morrie Crawford (ts), Bill Ulyate (bs), Mike Rubin (b), Dick Cornell (d). Lennie Niehaus, Marty Paich, Billy May, Jack Montrose, Warren Barker, Russell Garcia, Morrie Crawford (arrangers)

Tracklisting:

01. Fascinating Rhythm
02. Wait till You See Her
03. Taking a Chance on Love
04. Forget
05. But Not for Me
06. Open House
07. This Can’t Be Love
08. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
09. That’s the Way the Ball Bounces
10. Yesterday’s Gardenias
11. Four at Liberty
12. Have You Met Miss Jones
13. Nightcap
14. There’ll Never Be Another You
15. Make the Most of It
16. All the Things You Are
17. Toccata in F
18. New York City Ghost
19. Cheek to Cheek
20. Dancing on the Ceiling
21. You Brought a New Kind of Love
22. Autumn in New York
23. Mixed Commotions
24. Ghost of a Chance

Total time: 66:55 min.

Tracks #1-12 from the 12" LP
"Sax Appeal" (Liberty LRP-3080).

Tracks #13-24 from the 12" LP
"Hollywood Saxophone Quartet" (Liberty LJH-6005).

Personnel:
Russ Cheever, soprano; Jack Dumont, alto;
Morrie Crawford, tenor; Bill Ulyate, baritone; Mike Rubin, bass and Dick Cornell, drums.

Arrangements by Lennie Niehaus (#1-16); Marty Paich (#17 & 18); Billy May (#19 & 20); Jack Montrose (#21); Warren Barker (#22); Russell Garcia (#23) and Morrie Crawford (#24).

Recorded at Capitol Studios, on April 12 (#1-12) and September 8 & 14 (#13-24), 1955.


For even the most avid and best-informed jazz aficionados, the music in this CD may be a huge surprise—and reed players, too, will find much to astonish and delight. The Hollywood Saxophone Quartet was composed of four gifted studio saxophonists, who organized the unit mainly to play original music by contemporary composers with a rhythm section added. In a collection of beautifully played arrangements written by some superbly skilled craftsmen such as Lennie Niehaus, Marty Paich, Russ Garcia, and Jack Montrose, the shadings of tone these men achieve are incredibly delicate and profuse in their colorings. The sheer technical ability, ensemble work, rapport and execution is remarkable—and they swing all the way through.