Soho Scene '59 (Jazz Goes Mod) [RSD19]
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This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Any remaining stock will be available online from Saturday 20th April, strictly one per customer.
British record buyers had to wait until 1960 to hear the great American albums of 1959; John Coltrane's debut LP, Charles Mingus's Ah Um and Horace Silver’s Blowin' the Blues Away. On the home front, in December 1959, Tubby Hayes was already absorbing influences from these albums while cutting his latest LP, Tubby's Groove. This LP pits Britain’s finest jazz tracks of 1959 up against the very best music coming out of the States at the same time, showing that British modernists could at last stand tall among jazz music’s giants. Side One: 1 Wilton's Mood - Wilton Gaynor 2 Mine Still - Eddie Thompson Trio 3 London Lament - London Jazz Quartet 4 The Golden Striker - Jack Parnell & His Orchestra 5 Embargo On Escargot - Tommy Watt Quartet 6 Senor Blues - Joe Harriott Quintet. Side Two: 1 No Hay Problema - Art Blakley & The Afrocuban Boys 2 African Dance - International All Stars 3 Blowin' The Blues - Harold Land All Stars 4 Night Cry - Barney Kessel 5 Golden Earrings - The Mastersounds 6 Sister Sadie - Horace Silver
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Cat no: RANDB34LP
Label: 1960s Records
Info correct on: 27/4/2019