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"BOHEMIA AFTER DARK"

"cover LP of the Cannonball First Session as a Sideman"
 

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Recorded  June 28 , 1955 . Hackensack , NJ

 

JULIAN "Cannonball" ADDERLEY - Alto

HORACE SILVER- Piano

NAT ADDERLEY , DONALD BYRD- Tp

PAUL CHAMBERS - Bass

KENNY CLARKE - Drums

JEROME RICHARDSON - Tenor & Flute

 

  • WITH APOLOGIES TO OSCAR (J .& N . Adderley) 5:42

  • HEAR ME TALKING TO YA (J .& N . Adderley) 9:03  

  • WILLOW WEEP FOR ME ( A.Ronell) 6:17

  • BOHEMIA AFTER DARK (Oscar Pettiford) 6:04

  • CHASM (J .& N . Adderley) 4:17

  • LATE ENTRY (J .& N . Adderley) 3:10

  • We'll be Together again ( Omit Cannonball)

 

 

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Kenny Clarke, veteran modernist who still out-rhythms out-solos, and out-guesses all comers in the percussion field is the pivotal point around which this album revolves . . . or, perhaps Swings, is a better word. As a great jazz musician, he is also able to recognize potential greatness in other musicians. After all, his part in laying the rhythmic foundation for modern jazz is no small one! Here, he has brought to Savoy and Ozzie  Cadena (A&R chief) a group of "new" jazz stars . . . most performing for the first time on wax here! Titled after that out standing N.Y. City club that has been a prime force in the  presentation of the "hard bop" East Coast (if you like terms) school of jazz, the Cafe Bohemia in Greenwich Village has been a jazzman's home away from home! (Unfortunately, the young lady gracing our cover does NOT come with the drinks at the club.) The recording date was extremely informal. From the rather large group the men organized their riffs, took turns and blew. Very few re-takes were made, because the spirited session seemed to "take off just right" and stay that way! Out of Chaos comes Beauty, they say ... and from the freedom of organization and uniformity in tight arranging has come an outstanding "blowing" session of high merit! The jazz world owes thanks to Kenny for his "discovery" for records of the brothers Adderley, who were fresh up from Florida when recorded here. Additional thanks too for the opportunity to record such stellar "youngsters" as Don Byrd, Paul Chambers, and Jerome Richardson . . . all 3 
now rated among the leading lights on today's scene.

RUDY VAN GELDER - ENGINEER