Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder album mp3
Carried by its almost impossibly infectious eponymous opening track, The Sidewinder helped foreshadow the sounds of boogaloo and soul-jazz with its healthy R&B influence and Latin tinge. While the rest of the album retreats to a more conventional hard bop sound, Morgan's compositions are forward-thinking and universally solid. Only 25 at the time of its release, Morgan was accomplished (and perhaps cocky) enough to speak of mentoring the great Joe Henderson, who at 26 was just beginning to play dates with Blue Note after getting out of the military.
version of Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side 1): BNST-84157,A, VAN GELDER (the Plastylite "ear") STEREO. The Sidewinder (CD, Album, RE). Blue Note.
Lee Morgan: 'The Sidewinder' Lee Morgan may have single-handedly saved Blue Note Records from bankruptcy. In 1963, he recorded The Sidewinder for the struggling label, producing a lucrative pop chart hit with the funky title track. By the 1970s, the album was a jazz phenomenon. Basic Jazz Record Library. It's a tune called "The Sidewinder" from a CD by the same name, and it's by the trumpeter Lee Morgan with friends. It was actually a hit on the pop charts back in 1964, if you can believe that. But Murray, I don't suppose that why it's in the NPR Basic Jazz Record Library. HORWITZ, American Film Institute: Well, .
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- Bass – Bob Cranshaw
- Drums – Billy Higgins
- Piano – Barry Harris
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson
- Trumpet – Lee Morgan
NotesRec.: Englewood Cliffs, NJ., December 21, 1963