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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, March 23, 1999
Not just one of Dexter's best, but one of the best jazz albums, period.
Not because those of us who dig it say so, it's because it's very likely you'll love this CD as you play it time and time again.
His supporting cast, Sonny Clark on piano, Billy Higgins on drums and Butch Warren on bass provide great collaboration.
I remember listening to this album back in the early 60's when I was a child. My uncle was a jazz musician had an extensive collection of jazz records and my father bought a used... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mightymouse
This is the best Dexter album I've ever heard, the rhythm section is right there with himPublished 4 months ago by Bowker
Who doesn't love Dexter Gordon, and on a new vinyl?? Seriously. You need this in your home if you have dinner parties and for listening alone in the dark. You won't regret it.Published 4 months ago by Missy Caress
I play this music before I leave for work every morning and I also listen to it when I read my favorite Walter Mosley books. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sondra Hardy
Dexter Gordon was the man on his tenor sax. He was as good as any and better than most. I'm not sure he got his due props
but he was something else. Read more
One of Dexter's finest records.. The opener, "Cheescake" is aclassic, as are ANY Gordon ballads. His rich tone and hard swing are much in evidence. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rob Scheps
This is a bit livelier album than "Our Man in Paris" but still a good album. I picked this because it's Digitally Remastered, no background noise and excellent talent.Published 11 months ago by Michael Scipione
This is desert-island stuff for me. Dex just seems to be having such a great time. This is one to listen to when you're in a good mood, or really need to GET into a good mood.Published 15 months ago by Murray Miles