Nat Adderley

Sayin` Somethin` + Live at Memory Lane (COL-CD-6263)

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Sayin` Somethin` + Live at Memory Lane

Nat Adderley

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090431626320

CJC 118115

COL-CD-6263

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Sayin` Somethin` + Live at Memory Lane

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Nat Adderley (brother of the legendary Cannonball) took up the trumpet in 1946 and switched to the cornet in 1950. He played with Lionel Hampton and other jazz greats before joining forces with his brother's quintet in 1959. On these two recordings, you'll hear him performing songs written by Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock and Joe Zawinul (Weather Report). Hancock and Zawinul lend support as sessionmen, as do Joe Henderson, J.J. Johnson, Ernie Royal and others. - Oldies.com

PERSONNEL:

SAYIN' SOMETHIN' (Atlantic 1460):

NAT ADDERLEY, cornet
ERNIE ROYAL, trumpet
J.J. JOHNSON, trombone
SELDON POWELL, tenor sax
ARTIE KAPLAN, baritone sax
PAUL GRIFFIN, piano
AL GORGONI, BILLY SUYKER, guitar
GEORGE DUVIVIER, bass
HERB LOVELLE, drums
GEORGE DEVENS, percussion

New York, December 20, 1965

01. Manchild
02. Call Me
03. Walls Of Jericho
04. Gospelette
05. Satin Doll

LIVE AT MEMORY LANE:

NAT ADDERLEY, cornet
JOE HENDERSON, tenor sax+JOE ZAWINUL, piano
VICTOR GASKIN, bass
ROY McCURDY, drums

Live at Memory Lane, Los Angeles, October 31, 1966

06. Cantaloupe Island
07. Hippodelphia
08. The Other Side
09. On My Journey Now
10. Fun
11. Good Old Summertime
12. Lavender Woman
13. Painted Desert
14. Theme