|1||Shoutin' On A Riff||6:42|
|2||Dial S For Sonny||7:23|
|4||I Didn't Know What Time It Was||4:20|
|5||Softly As In A Morning Sunrise||6:31|
|8||It Could Happen To You||6:57|
After Sonny’s Crib, Sonny Clark recorded six more sessions as a leader for Blue Note, including, a year later, what many critics perceive as his definitive album, Cool Struttin’. Always in demand, Clark also played as a sideman on a slew of sessions for the label, including albums by Lee Morgan, Jackie McLean, Stanley Turrentine, Grant Green and Dexter Gordon. Though diminutive in terms of his height (he stood at only five foot, five inches), Sonny Clark was undoubtedly a man of substantial stature in the jazz world
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Blues in the Night is a studio album by pianist Sonny Clark, featuring performance by Clark, Paul Chambers and drummer Wes Landers. It was recorded in December 1958, but shelved until being released in Japan in 1979, as GXF 3051. All the tracks can also be found on the compilation Standards. In 2014, it was reissued on a 24-bit remastered CD in Japan, as part of a limited series. The CD also included the six original pieces from The Art of The Trio. Can't We Be Friends?" (James, Swift) - 4:20.
Sonny Clark was an extraordinary modern jazz pianist and composer noted for his nine classic Blue Note albums. Appearing on Clark’s recordings were jazz legends John Coltrane, Art Farmer, Donald Byrd, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley, Art Taylor, and Pittsburgh’s Paul Chambers. Clark is called the quintessential hard bop pianist. From 1957 through 1962 he was the resident pianist for Blue Note recording sessions. The album Sonny Clark Trio with Paul Chambers Philly Joe Jones was also released in 1957. The classic Cool Struttin’ album and the Standards albums were released in 1958. com calls the title tract Cool Struttin: one of the preeminent swinging medium blues pieces in jazz history.
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Guitarist Grant Green and pianist Sonny Clark recorded together on five separate occasions during the 1961-1962 period, but virtually none of the music was released domestically until decades later. These performances were clearly lost in the shuffle, for the solos are of a consistently high quality, and the programs were well-paced and swinging. All of this music should be enjoyed by hard bop fans. Included are the Blue Note albums Gooden's Corner, Nigeria, Oleo, Born to Be Blue (with Ike Quebec), and unissued tracks.
THE COMPLETE QUARTETS WITH SONNY CLARK includes the albums AIREGIN, GOODEN'S CORNER and OLEO as well as 3 additional tracks. This is the quintessential Blue Note Grant Green recording. If I had one CD to take on my deserted island trip, this is the one. Green is at his finest with solid backing from "Mr. Blue Note" Sonny Clark. Give this a listen and I guarantee you'll become a fan of this most underrated of jazz guitarists. A very well balanced album with some great tracks and is what Id refer to as the quintessential smooth jazz, reminiscent of Miles' All Blues.
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