Kenny DORHAM & Jackie McLEAN – Inta Somethin' 1962

Kenny DORHAM & Jackie McLEAN – Inta Somethin’ 1962
1978 Issue. GXF 3119, PJ-41
Recorded at The Jazz Workshop, San Francisco, California on November 13, 1961

Jazz

Inta Somethin’ is an live album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham featuring performances recorded at The Jazz Workshop in San Francisco in 1961 and released on the Pacific Jazz label.
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Some of the most interesting early 60s work by both of the players! The group’s co-led by Kenny Dorham and Jackie McLean with rhythm backing by Walter Bishop Jr on piano, Leroy Vinnegar on bass, and Art Taylor on drums a trans-continental trio of players who really make for a lot of fire in the date! The quintet play a fiercely modernist approach to hardbop somewhat like McLean’s studio albums from the time, but even a bit more unbridled.
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This album captures Dorham and McLean at their best, and most original,with their own sound just a few years out of the Blakey band and with their own hard-bop reedy thing *going-on*.I can’t recommend this enough…
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Piano- Walter Bishop Jr.
Alto Saxophone- Jackie McLean (Tracks A1 & A3-A6)
Trumpet- Kenny Dorham
Bass- Leroy Vinnegar
Drums- Art Taylor
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A1.
US  7:10
Composed By – K. Dorham

A2.
It Could Happen To You  5:55
Composed By – J. V. Heusen* , J. Burke

A3.
Let’s Face The Music  6:07
Composed By – I. Berlin

B1.
No Two People  6:54
Composed By – F. Loesser

B2.
Lover Man  4:54
Composed By – J. Davis , J. Sherman* , R. Ramirez

B3.
San Francisco Beat  7:07
Composed By – K. Dorham
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