Steve Lacy

Evidence with Don Cherry (PWR 27289)

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1961

Evidence with Don Cherry

Steve Lacy

Poll Winners Records

8436028699445

PWR 129149

PWR 27289

JAZZ

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Evidence with Don Cherry

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2 LPs ON 1 CD
 
This release presents the complete album Evidence (New Jazz NJLP8271), which was Lacy’s fourth album as a leader. It presents him in a pianoless quartet with Don Cherry on trumpet, Carl Brown on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums. The repertoire consists of four pieces by Thelonious Monk, and two by Duke Ellington (Something to Live For in collaboration with Billy Strayhorn). As a bonus, Lacy’s complete first LP as a leader, Soprano Sax (Prestige PRLP7125), which also includes compositions by both Monk and Ellington.

PERSONNEL

(1-6) Evidence - 5 STARS DOWN BEAT MAGAZINE  . 4 STARS ALL MUSIC GUIDE

STEVELACY, soprano sax
DON CHERRYERRY, trumpet
CARL BROWN, bass
BILLYILLY HIGGINS, drums

Englewoood Cliff, New Jersey, November 1, 1961.

(7-12] Bonus Album:
Soprano Sax :
Steve Lacy (ss), Winton Kelly (p) Buell Neidlinger (b)
& Dennis Charles (d). Hackensack, New Jersey, Novemner 1, 1957.

INCLUDES 12-PAGE BOOKLET

Tracks:

01. The Mistery Song
02. Evidence
03. Let’s Cool One
04. San Francisco Holiday
05. Something to Live For
06. Who Knows
07. Day Dream
08. Alone Together
09. Work
10. Rockin’ In Rhythm
11. Little Girl, Your Daddy Is Calling You
12. Easily to Love

Total time: 67:14