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Sad March - Carmell Jones Featuring Harold Land - The Remarkable Carmell Jones (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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1961
Label: Pacific Jazz Records - PJ-29 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop


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  1. Label: Affinity - AFF • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Hard Bop Carmell Jones Featuring Harold Land - The Remarkable Carmell Jones (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(12).
  2. 10 rows · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about /5(39).
  3. Of the few records that trumpeter Carmell Jones led throughout his career, his first date was by far his best known and was generally his most satisfying. Teamed in Los Angeles with tenor saxophonist Harold Land, pianist Frank Strazzeri, bassist Gary Peacock, and drummer Leon Pettis, Jones is featured on music that is essentially cool-toned hard bop.. In addition to a couple of Jones 9/
  4. 5. Sad march 6. Stellisa 7. Full moon and empty arms Tracks 8 through 10 and track 1 on disc 2 are from an album titled Hear Ye!. It was recorded in Los Angeles on October 14, , but not released until Harold backed by Carmell Jones on trumpet, Frank Strazzeri on piano, Red Mitchell on bass and Leon Petties on drums/5(5).
  5. Snapped up exclusively by Pacific Jazz, he recorded his first album as a leader, "The Remarkable Carmell Jones," the following June. Using much the same lineup as the celebrated Harold Land-Red Mitchell quintet, it was a stellar entrance for the young trumpeter, whose classy tone, ideas and commanding style recalled Clifford Brown.4/5(1).
  6. Jan 07,  · Carmell Jones (t) Harold Land (ts) Frank Strazzeri (p) Gary Peacock (b) Leon Pettis (d) Producer/Engineer Richard Bock (founder of Pacific Jazz) June Los Angeles, CA. Jones was born and educated in Kansas, studied trumpet, and moved to work in Hollywood recording studios. He went on to tour with Horace Silver, and his best known appearance.
  7. Carmell Jones Quartet, Gerald Wilson Orchestra, Jimmy Woods Sextet, Mombasa, Nathan Davis Quintet, Oliver Nelson And The "Berlin Dreamband", SFB Big Band, Steve Miller K.C. Big Band, The Gerald Wilson Big Band, The Horace Silver Quintet, The Red Mitchell - Harold Land Quintet.
  8. (age 25) The Remarkable Carmell Jones (Pacific Jazz PJ). Carmell Jones, trumpet; Harold Land, tenor sax; Frank Strazzeri, piano; Gary Peacock, bass; Leon Petties, drums.

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