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Look Out! Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (March 25, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Blue Note
  • ASIN: B00140GXP6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,697 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This CD has been out of print on CD domestically for nearly twenty years, but with this RVG reissue, collectors no longer have to keep a lookout for "Look Out!" Recorded in June 1960, this session features the phenomenal rhythm trio of Horace Parlan on piano, George Tucker on bass and Al Harewood on drums. This trio had previously worked together on the Dexter Gordon classic Doin' Allright (see my review) and Lou Donaldson's "Midnight Sun" (one I've been waiting for years to get reissued -- come on RVG), and they would make magic again on Turrentine's "Comin' Your Way" and "Up At Minton's" (two more, Rudy!) and several fine Parlan titles. The material here is mostly original with three by Turrentine (the hard-bop gems "Look Out," "Little Sheri" and "Minor Chant"), one by Parlan ("Return Engagement"), and Clifford Brown's "Tiny Capers." The remaining track, "Journey Into Melody," is a ballad by a British composer named Robert Farnon. All brought together it makes for another classic straight-ahead swinging affair from the folks at Blue Note. It is unfortunate that too many of Turrentine's finest albums have had to die a painful death by the deletion axe. Most of his classic Blue Note albums from the early 60s are still out of print, but maybe the reissue of "Look Out" will start a Mr. T revival!
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My introduction to the music of Stanley Turrentine came way back in his CTI days with the issue of Salt Song. I liked that and other CTI releases, but being just a kid I really had no idea at that time that he had already been playing professionally for more than twenty years. I sort of lost interest in his music when Turrentine, like so many other jazz musicians in the mid-1970s, began to infuse his music with disco in a misguided attempt to broaden his appeal. I have begun listening to him again only recently as Turrentine's older material is being remastered and rereleased. Look Out, originally released in 1960, is just one of the many Turrentine gems I have discovered.
There is a lot to like about Look Out! The first and most important thing is the music, which is mostly uptempo and about as finger-snapping good as you could hope for. The virtuosity of Turrentine's quartet is quite spectacular and is made even more evident by Rudy Van Gelder's remastering. Secondly, there is the price which I think is very low considering all you get. Though I like the entire CD, I get the most pleasure from listening to the title cut, both versions of Little Sherri, Tin Tin Deo, and Yesterdays.
Those who buy this get nearly an hour of great jazz and an informative booklet featuring the liner notes from the original album plus additional commentary that gives the reader the benefit of hindsight.
Whether or not Look Out is for you depends on the type of jazz you like. If you are looking for what is commonly called 'smooth jazz', then Look Out! is probably not for you. But if you like the kind of cool, swinging style that was in with the musical cognoscenti of the late 50s and early 60s, then by all means get this.
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With the passing of Stanley Turrentine last week, jazz lost yet another legend. While it is my opinion that he had not made a notable recording since the early 70s, Mr. T definitely did his own thing, always comfortable crossing over between jazz and R&B. Turrentine will particularly be missed here in the Nation's Capital, where he had been active in the jazz scene for the last two decades.
It is unfortunate too that many of Turrentine's finest albums have had to die a painful death by the deletion axe. Most of his classic Blue Note albums from the early 60s, including "Comin' Your Way" and "Z.T.'s Blues," are now unavailable. Most likely, the same is now true of his fabulous debut, "Look Out!" Luckily, the import version is still in print, but it too is a limited edition, not to mention expensive. (It also does not have the three bonus tracks -- the 45-single version of "Little Sheri," "Tin Tin Deo" and "Yesterdays" -- that were contained on its domestic counterpart.)
Since you will be plunking down mucho moola for this title, let me tell you a little about it. Recorded in June 1960, this session features the phenomenal rhythm trio of Horace Parlan on piano, George Tucker on bass and Al Harewood on drums. This trio had previously worked together on the Dexter Gordon classic "Doin' Alright" and Lou Donaldson's "Midnight Sun" (one I've been waiting for years to get reissued), and they would make magic again on Turrentine's "Comin' Your Way" and "Up At Minton's," and several fine Parlan titles.
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With the passing of Stanley Turrentine a few weeks back, jazz lost yet another legend. While it is my opinion that he had not made a notable recording since the early 70s, Mr. T definitely did his own thing, always comfortable crossing over between jazz and R&B. Turrentine will particularly be missed here in the Nation's Capital, where he had been active in the jazz scene for the last two decades.
It is unfortunate too that many of Turrentine's finest albums have had to die a painful death by the deletion axe. Most of his classic Blue Note albums from the early 60s, including "Comin' Your Way" and "Z.T.'s Blues," are now unavailable. Most likely, the same is now true of his fabulous debut, "Look Out!" Luckily, the import version is still in print, but it too is a limited edition, not to mention expensive. (It also does not have the three bonus tracks -- the 45-single version of "Little Sheri," "Tin Tin Deo" and "Yesterdays" -- that were contained on its domestic counterpart.)
Since you will be plunking down mucho moola for this title, let me tell you a little about it. Recorded in June 1960, this session features the phenomenal rhythm trio of Horace Parlan on piano, George Tucker on bass and Al Harewood on drums. This trio had previously worked together on the Dexter Gordon classic "Doin' Alright" and Lou Donaldson's "Midnight Sun" (one I've been waiting for years to get reissued), and they would make magic again on Turrentine's "Comin' Your Way" and "Up At Minton's," and several fine Parlan titles.
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