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Comment: 1958 Deep Groove Black & Yellow Label Mono Original With The Bergenfield Address. Comes In A Glossy Laminated, Heavy-Duty Jacket. Side B Label And Rear Of Jacket Are Promo Stamped "Not For Sale." Art Farmer & Idrees Sulieman, Trumpets; Buster Cooper, Trombone; Jerome Richardson, Alto Sax & Flute; Jimmy Forrest, Tenor Sax; Pepper Adams, Baritone Sax; Ray Bryant, Piano; Wendell Marshall, Bass; Jerry Valentine, Arranger. Appears Unplayed.
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Outskirts Of Town

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Prestige
  • ASIN: B008EGVGC8
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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What's not to like? Here we find Ray Bryant in a back-up role, playing with a group of Prestige artists, the likes of which may never play together again.
You can almost smell the cigarette smoke and stale beer as this band swings through a sweet collection of gritty but polished bluesy treats...all of which harken back to that strange point in time when no one knew what would become of rock.
Recorded in '58, it is clear these guys were ahead of their time.
This album combines gritty blues, slick big-band rips and subtle Davis-like nuances. You gotta love it.
And, and true to the rule, you should buy anything with Ray Bryant on it.
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