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Additional Information about Bebop [32 Jazz] by Various Artists (CD, Feb-1999, 32 Records)
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||Bebop, Jazz Instrument
1. Wee - Dave Pike
2. Constellation - Sonny Stitt
3. Blue 'N' Boogie - Don Patterson
4. Bloomdido - Hank Jones
5. Anthropology - Houston Person
6. Scrapple from the Apple - Richie Cole
7. All the Things You Are - Sonny Criss
8. Rhythm-A-Ning - Cedar Walton
9. Down with It - James Spaulding
10. Just Friends - Sonny Stitt
||Ron Carter, Cedar Walton, Don Sickler, Houston Person, Bob Porter, Don Schlitten, Adam Dorn (Compilation), Bill Metz, Fred Siebert, Richard Ables
Performers include: Sonny Stitt, Hank Jones, Don Patterson, David Pike, James Spaulding, Houston Person, Ron Carter, Sonny Criss, Richie Cole, Phil Woods.Personnel: Kenny Burrell, Pat Martino (guitar); James Spaulding, Phil Woods, Richie Cole , Sonny Criss, Sonny Stitt, Tom Ranier (alto saxophone); Houston Person, Jimmy Heath, Bob Berg (tenor saxophone); Dolo Coker, Hank Jones , John Hicks, Mulgrew Miller, Barry Harris , Cedar Walton (piano); Don Patterson (organ); Dave Pike (vibraphone); Ted Hawke, Jimmie Smith , Jimmy Cobb , Kenny Washington, Alan Dawson , Albert "Tootie" Heath, Roy Brooks, Ben Riley, Billy Higgins (drums).Liner Note Author: Joel Dorn.Recording information: 06/27/1971-02/23/1989.Bebop acts, essentially, as a sampler for producer/impresario Joel Dorn's now defunct 32 Jazz label. Most of the tunes here were written by the noted founders of the music -- Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell -- while the performers include Sonny Stitt, Cedar Walton, Houston Person, Don Patterson, Richie Cole, Sonny Criss and others were deeply influenced by the music, and recorded for either Dorn, Muse Records, or another label that Dorn licensed from. Only Stitt is recognized as being from the era itself. Criss, for instance, came from the West Coast jazz era during the late '50s and plays a Gershwin tune here in semi-bop style. There isn't anything wrong with this per se, all the music either has its roots or branches in bop, but it would be tough to define the music itself by these rather adjunct performances. ~ Thom Jurek