Nat Adderley - Little Big Horn! FLAC album
Title: Little Big Horn!
Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1222 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1455 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1655 mb
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Tracklist: A1 El Chico A2 Foo Foo 6:46 A3 Loneliness 11:00 A4 Little Big Horn 15:18 B1 Half-Time (Julian Adderely & Nat Adderley) 20:41 B2 Broadway Lady 25:32 B3 Roses For Your Pillow 29:55 B4 Hustle With Russell 35:10. Nat Adderley (cornet) Jim Hall, Kenny Burrell (g) Junior Mance (p) Bob Cranshaw (b) Mickey Roker (dr). Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Little Big Horn (also released as Natural Soul) is an album by jazz cornetist Nat Adderley released on the Riverside label featuring performances by Adderley with Junior Mance, Kenny Burrell/Jim Hall Bob Cranshaw, and Mickey Roker.
Nat Adderley - Little Big Horn. Download MP3. Nat Adderley.
CD - Original Jazz Classics. This lesser-known set by Nat Adderley (reissued on CD in the Original Jazz Classics in 1999) teams the likable cornetist with either Jim Hall or Kenny Burrell on guitar and the Junior Mance Trio (which consists of pianist Mance, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Mickey Roker). Nat wrote all eight selections and, even though none would catch on (a la "Work Song"), several of the numbers are quite memorable and are deserving of revival.
Riverside Recorded: September 23, 1963 & October 4, 1963, NYC Tracklist: A1 El Chico A2 Foo Foo 6:46 A3 Loneliness 11:00 A4 Little Big Horn 15:18 B1 Half-Time (Julian Adderely & Nat Adderley) 20:41 B2 Broadway Lady 25:32 B3 Roses For Your Pillow 29:55 B4 Hustle With Russell 35:10 Nat Adderley (cornet) Jim Hall, Kenny Burrell (g) Junior Mance (p) Bob Cranshaw (b) Mickey Roker (dr).
Autobiography (Nat Adderley album). Autobiography is the ninth album by jazz cornetist Nat Adderley. It was released in 1964 as a vinyl record, his first after moving to Atlantic Records. It includes elements from the genres of soul jazz and hard bop and a performance of what is arguably one of his best-known achievements, "Work Song", which was produced during his time with his brother Cannonball Adderley's second quartet.
Not that it’s fair, but Nat Adderley will always be considered the Little Brother; he was even billed that way on an album. Tunes like Work Song built the funky base of the Adderley band, he used Wes Montgomery at the start of his meteoric rise, and Ellis Marsalis on a New Orleans live album Still Nat remained in the shadow, and he tried to break out in a series of albums for Riverside. This one, from 1963, gives us eight tunes by Nat and two different quintets, each with a star guitarist. The clouds are chased on Little Big Horn, which sounds more like a show tune than Broadway Lady, which appears later. Nat is muted here, and he sounds warmer than anything this side of Miles. Burrell’s solo is his typical jaunty self, and Mance is a sophisticated lounge pianist, with just a hint of blues to let us know where he came from.
|A4||Little Big Horn||5:19|
|B3||Roses For Your Pillow||5:08|
|B4||Hustle With Russell||4:19|
- Bass – Bob Cranshaw
- Cornet – Nat Adderley
- Drums – Mickey Roker
- Guitar – Jim Hall, Kenny Burrell
- Piano – Junior Mance
NotesAll selections composed by Nat Adderley (except Half-Time, By Julian and Nat Adderley) published by Dillard Music (BMI)
Orpheum Productions blue label with silver text.
Reissue from 66/67.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): RM 474 A
- Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): RM 474 B
|RM 474||Nat Adderley||Little Big Horn! (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 474||US||1963|
|SMJX-10047||Nat Adderley||Natural Soul (LP, RE, RM)||Milestone||SMJX-10047||Japan||Unknown|
|MSP 9009||Nat Adderley||Natural Soul (LP, RE, RM)||Milestone||MSP 9009||US||1968|
|RS9474||Nat Adderley||Little Big Horn! (LP, Album, RE, Hea)||Riverside Records, Fantasy||RS9474||US||Unknown|
|RS 9474||Nat Adderley||Little Big Horn! (LP, Album, RE)||Riverside Records, Orpheum Productions, Inc.||RS 9474||US||1966|