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Lee Morgan - The Gigolo FLAC album


Performer: Lee Morgan
Genre: Jazz
Title: The Gigolo
Released: 1968
Style: Hard Bop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1563 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1234 mb
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Rating: 4.4
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Written-By – Lee Morgan (tracks: A1 to B1). Notes. No "Van Gelder" in runouts. The Gigolo ‎(LP, Album).

Tom Cat is an album by Lee Morgan recorded in 1964, though only issued in 1980. It was originally released as LT 1058. While lesser known in comparison to The Sidewinder and other albums, it features several of Morgan's contemporary Blue Note recording artists such as McCoy Tyner, Art Blakey, and Jackie McLean.

The Rumproller is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded mainly on April 21, 1965 and features performances by Morgan with Joe Henderson, Ronnie Mathews, Victor Sproles, and Billy Higgins. All compositions by Lee Morgan except where noted. The Rumproller" (Hill) - 10:29. Desert Moonlight" - 9:26.

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The Gigolo" is a different and better album, more intense, with long tracks where Morgan and Shorter solo brilliantly and powerfully in length inspiring each other. This was the last encountered of this duo that has left an impressive legacy. The group sounds in its best moments, very rocky and solid, with everybody fully connected and reacting to what others are doing, creating a very big and rich sound that reminded me to some Coltrane classic Quartet. Lee Morgan is THE man with the horn. Wayne Shorter puts in one of his best appearances ever. Harold Mabern, who continues to amaze to this day with Eric Alexander, is inspired.

Lee Morgan The Gigolo Blue Note Records 2007. As we observe the 35th anniversary (Feb. 19) of the death of the talented trumpeter who would also become the major player in one of American music's more noteworthy Frankie and Johnny stories, the title of this Lee Morgan session and several others (The Tom Cat, The Rajah, The Procrastinator) take on a note of eponymous n, if not ghoulishly ironic subtext. It's only after hearing numerous inferior copycats (with the notable exception of Kenny Dorham's still-fresh Una Mas) that I've come to view The Sidewinder (1963) as more than a period piece.

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Edward Lee Morgan as an American jazz trumpeter. Known mainly as one of the key hard bop musicians of the 1960s, Morgan came to prominence in his late teens, recording on John Coltrane's Blue Train and with the band of drummer Art Blakey before launching a solo career. Morgan's career was cut short at the age of 33, when his longtime girlfriend shot him at Slug's Saloon where he died of his injuries. Lee Morgan - The Hi-Res Album Collection (8 Releases) Combined RE-UP.

Lee Morgan Cornbread. Much like The Gigolo, this album melds funky boogaloo, complex hard bop, and a ballad. And it is also typical of many of Morgan?s albums post-Sidewinder: funky start, mixture of ballads and hard bop throughout the rest of the album. Arguably Morgan?s finest composition, ?Ceora?, is found on this album, and like other ballads it shows how Morgan was able to translate his loud, brassy sound into sensitive and beautiful ballad play. Some Lee Morgan fans might be wondering why on earth this album is so low down on the list. Surely the album that made Morgan?s name should have higher billing? Well, perhaps. But honestly, if it were not for the fact that this was the album that solidified Morgan?s stature in the jazz world, and helped the Blue Note label as a whole, I would not have put it on this list.