Yusef Lateef

Live at Ronnie Scott (RSGB1008CD)

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Live at Ronnie Scott

Yusef Lateef



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This is a previously unreleased 1966 live club performance from Yusef Lateef, the brilliant multi-instrumentalist whose mixing of jazz and Eastern music was a great influence on some of the finest musicians of the era including John Coltrane and Pharaoh Sanders.

Accompanied at Ronnie Scott’s by the house band of pianist Stan Tracey, double bassist Rick Laird and drummer Bill Eyden, most of the repertoire played comes from Lateef’s earlier recordings for Savoy and Prestige such as Jazz Moods and Eastern Sounds. Lateef plays flute on The Dreamer and Last Night Blues (it was the last night of the run). He plays the shenai - a kind of oboe - on Blues for The Orient, the xun - a Chinese flute - on Song of Delilah, and tenor saxophone on Yusef’s Mood.

The evening’s performance was recorded by Les Tomkins at the request of Ronnie Scott. The musicians were unaware they were being recorded as Scott believed they would be at their best and most unselfconscious this way. This record was mastered at Gearbox Records directly from the original 1/4” tapes.


  • Yusef Lateef - flute, shenai, xun, tenor saxophone
  • Stan Tracey - piano
  • Rick Laird - double bass
  • Bill Eyden - drums

Live at The Ronnie Scott's, January 15, 1966


  • 01. Angel Eyes
  • 02. Blues for the Orient
  • 03. Last Night Blues
  • 04. Song of Delilah
  • 05. Yusef's Mood