Mundell Lowe - The Mundell Lowe Quintet album flac
Title: The Mundell Lowe Quintet
Style: Cool Jazz
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James Mundell Lowe (April 21, 1922 – December 2, 2017) was an American jazz guitarist who worked often in radio, television, and film, and as a session musician. The son of a Baptist minister, Lowe grew up on a farm in Shady Grove, Mississippi, near Laurel.
Guitar – Don Arnone (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B2, B4, B5), Mundell Lowe, Sal Salvador (tracks: A4, B3). Liner Notes – Bill Zeitung. Marimba, Celesta – Phil Kraus (tracks: A2, B2, B5). Vibraphone – Stix Kahn (tracks: A4, B3). Notes. Gatefold cover with extensive liner notes.
Most of this set is essentially straightahead bebop with guitarist Mundell Lowe heard in top form on such numbers as "Will You Still Be Mine," "I'll Never Be the Same," "All of You" and "Cheek to Cheek. The wild card here is Dick Hyman who, in addition to piano and some celeste on "The Night We Called It a Day," mostly plays organ. His tone is thin and restrained, almost as if he were playing a cheap electric piano; Jimmy Smith would not make his presence known for another year.
B1 How Long Has This Been Going On B2 Darn That Dream B3 Spring Is Here B4 Street Of Dreams B5 Takin The Blues Out For A Walk. Bass – Kenny O'Brien (tracks: A4, B3), Trigger Alpert (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B2, B4, B5) Celesta – John Potoker (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B4) Drums – Ed Shaughnessey Guitar – Don Arnone (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B2, B4, B5), Mundell Lowe, Sal Salvador (tracks: A4, B3) Marimba, Celesta – Phil Kraus (tracks: A2, B2, B5) Vibraphone – Stix Kahn (tracks: A4, B3).
Clark Terry, trumpet; Willie Dennis, Urbie Green, Frank Rehak, trombone; Rod Levitt, bass trombone; Phil Bodner, reeds; Eddie Costa, piano, vibes; Mundell Lowe, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums. List of albums/singles by catalogue number: Mundell Lowe Catalog - album index. List of sessions by recorded date & location: Mundell Lowe Discography - session index.
Yusef Lateef, Mundell Lowe, Mundell Lowe, Yousef Lateef. The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 1947-1951. Lucky Millinder, Mundell Lowe, Calvin Jones, Tampa Red, Tab Smith, Hal Singer. 2012 That's Entertainment. 2012 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1956. Satan in High Heels - Blues for a Strippper. 2012 Original Living Stereo Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959.
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|A1||Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year
Written-By – Frank Loesser
Written-By – Manuel De Falla
|B1||Prelude To A Kiss
Written-By – Ellington*, Gordon*, Mills*
|B2||There Goes Rusty!
Written-By – Mundell Lowe
|C1||How Long Has This Been Going On
Written-By – George And Ira Gershwin*
|C2||Darn That Dream
Written-By – Edgar De Lange*, Jimmy Van Heusen
|D1||Street Of Dreams
Written-By – Samuel Lewis*, Victor Young
|D2||Takin The Blues Out For A Walk
Written-By – Mundell Lowe
- Bass – Kenny O'Brien (tracks: B2), Trigger Alpert (tracks: A1 to B1, C1 to D2)
- Celesta [Celeste] – John Potoker* (tracks: A1, B1, C1, D1)
- Drums – Ed Shaughnessey*
- Guitar – Don Arnone (tracks: A1 to B1, C1 to D2), Mundell Lowe, Sal Salvador (tracks: B2)
- Liner Notes – Bill Zeitung
- Marimba, Celesta [Celeste] – Phil Kraus (tracks: A2, C2, D2)
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Stix Kahn (tracks: B2)
Setting is missing "Spring Is Here" from the 10" release.
|LJM-3002||Mundell Lowe||The Mundell Lowe Quintet (10", Album)||RCA Victor||LJM-3002||US||1954|
|DLP 1084||Mundell Lowe||The Mundell Lowe Quintet (10", Album)||His Master's Voice||DLP 1084||UK||1954|