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In my opinion one of the best from dex, for real.
That rhythm trio was the backbone of one of Blue Note's most famous recordings, Lee Morgan's The Sidewinder, and their chemistry here is as great as ever.
Dexter's big wounded tone that typically lags behind the beat contrasts well with Hubbard's impetuous, raw nerve outbursts.
I must be a lucky man tonight. Thought I'd never find this disk. I am a huge Dexter fan for years. I recently found a new vinyl pressing of One Flight Up, and an odd bop album... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bob Skye
Solid record. I heard a cut on the radio, Devilette, which I like very much and bought the record to hear the rest. Wasn't disappointedPublished 22 months ago by H. Sachs
Dexter's blue note recordings from the early 1960s mark a hot streak of power, creativity, and inspiration. Read morePublished 23 months ago by art&science
but... the rhythm section (for whatever reason) sounds shaky, and Dex a moments seems a bit lost. Some clams from Freddie too. Read morePublished on February 22, 2011 by Bookman
The tenor sax and trumpet of Dexter Gordon and Freddie Hubbard worked magical wonders whenever they came together and Clubhouse is right up the top of both their recording careers. Read morePublished on July 9, 2008 by Wayne Dawson