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The remainder of disc 1 features the first half of the Jazztet's second album, Big City Sounds. Though only six months since their initial offering, the group's sound is different on this album, due to the departure of Tyner, Fuller, and Humphries. Farmer's solo on "2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West," is also worth noting. Long out of print in this country, the Mosaic set re-introduces this interesting and enjoyable album.The JaZZTeT ( 1960 BeNNy GoLSoN ART FaRMeR ) - ''KiLLeR Joe!'' ARGo 7iNCh 45
Golson and Farmer would not record under the Jazztet name until the 80's, when they were reunited with trombonist Fuller. The remaining discs on this set are from the Art Farmer quartets disc 5the Benny Golson quartets disc 6 and various other ensembles disc 7 of the same time. Here is where the Mosaic box set, as usual, excels in both quality and quantity. By presenting their individual outputs of the same time, the motives and intentions of both Golson and Farmer are better understood.
It's more jazz for the buck, as well! With greater room to roam, Farmer enchants with his still developing lyrical style and Flanagan's always lush accompaniment. Here, like on Artthe leader begins to court the flugelhorn, favoring its warmer tones to the trumpet's sharper edges. Two of his rare compositions, "Punsu," and "Kayin" highlight the last half of this set.
Both of these albums have long been out of print and extremely difficult to find, making their appearance here all the more attractive. Joined on the first album by the remnants of the Miles Davis' split, Golson does great work with Wynton Kelly on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums as they perform five standards and two Golson originals.
The album Freethough, is really the best part of this disc.
- Art Farmer Discography: Introduction
- Meet The Jazztet
Golson's tone and arrangement on this bonus material leans towards a soul-jazz plane, while Farmer's album features the flugelhornist working about several excellent arrangements by Oliver Nelson.
Again, these works were previously out of print, and considering their superb content, they should not be missed. An obscene amount of jazz, almost all of it excellent, this Mosaic set is all the stocking stuffing a jazz fan could possibly want.
Art Farmer & Benny Golson: The Complete Mercury Art Farmer/Benny Golson/Jazztet Sessions
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