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Blues Shout + Suddenly The Blues

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Blues Shout + Suddenly The Blues
Blues Shout + Suddenly The Blues


ESSENTIAL JAZZ CLASSICS LEO WRIGHT: BLUES SHOUT plus SUDDENLY THE BLUES (LIMITED EDITION) 2 ALBUMS ON 1 CD - COLLECTORS DELUXE DIGIPAK SERIES WITH COMPREHENSIVE INSIDE BOOKLET Never a star, but always a wonderful player to listen to, alto saxophonist and flutist Leo Wright is best remembered for his extensive work as a member of Dizzy Gillespies quintet in the 1950s. Presented here in their entireties and Wrights first and second albums as a leader: Blues Shout (Atlantic SD-1358) and Suddenly the Blues (Atlantic SD-1393), both of which find him in the company of illustrious accompanists, such as Junior Mance, Kenny Burrell, and Ron Carter. LEO WRIGH: Alto saxophone & flue plus: 1-8: BLUES SHOUT Tracks 5-8: RICHARD WILLIAMS, trumpet; JUNIOR MANCE, piano; ART DAVIS, bass; CHARLIE PERSIP, drums; GIGI GRYCE, conductor on 5-6. New York, May 25, 1960. On tracks 1-4: Same personnel except HARRY LOOKOFSKY, violin replaces Richard Williams. GIGI GRYCE, conductor. New York, August 29, 1960. Original sessions produced by Nesuhi Ertegun. 9-17: SUDDENLY THE BLUES KENNY BURRELL, guitar; RON CARTER, bass; RUDY COLLINS, drums. New York, April 23, 1962. Original session produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.


  1. Name
  2. Sigi
  3. Angel Eyes
  4. Autumn Leaves
  5. Indian Summer
  6. Blues Shout
  7. A Night in Tunisia
  8. The Wind
  9. Two Moods
  10. A Felicidade
  11. Greensleeves
  12. Gensel's Message
  13. The Wiggler
  14. Tali
  15. Dionysos
  16. Sassy Lady
  17. Willow Weep for Me
  18. Suddenly the Blues
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