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In addition to “I Remember Clifford”, many of Golson’s compositions have become jazz standards. Farmer continued to work as killler leader through the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s in several small group settings, recording for the CTI, Soul Note, Contemporary, and Arabesque labels. The song’s melody is stated then features sections for improvisations and returns to a restatement of the melody. Art Farmer Benny Golson. The Jazztet’s appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival came on the heels of the band’s highly killer joe benny golson debut, Meet the Jazztetreleased just two months earlier on the Argo label.
The Art Farmer- Benny Golson Jazztet – Killer Joe
Inthe song enjoyed additional cross-cultural killr when it was included on Un Poco Loco by the legendary Tito Puente, as a cha-cha-cha with Latin trumpet registers replacing its original saxophone jie.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. Inthe Concord Picante label producers included the song on Tito Puente: Pearson follows with a nimble piano solo to put a cap on the swinging proceedings.
Duke Pearson’s piano solo is unfortunately barely audible here, but McKinney offers a brilliant trombone solo that is brimming with lyricism and unpredictable note choices. Farmer is prominently featured on a beautiful open horn solo killer joe benny golson a kiler of Golson’s minor key ballad “The Portrait,” a melancholy number which sounds remarkably similar to Golson’s “Park Avenue Petite” from Meet the Jazztetand which also features some burnished tones from McKinney on euphonium.
After moving to New York inhe worked with tenor saxophonist-composer Golsno Gryce for two years before joining Horace Silver’s quintet in and then Gerry Mulligan’s band in Des Femmes Disparaissent Les liaisons dangereuses He worked with tenor sax great Wardell Gray frombefore touring Europe inwith Lionel Hampton’s orchestra, playing alongside fellow trumpeter Clifford Brown.
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Benny Golson – Wikipedia
After co-leading the Jazztet with Benny Golson fromFarmer had an influential group with guitarist Jim Hall from they later had a reunion in the late ’70s. Golson playing in New York City, Golson made a cameo appearance in the movie The Terminalrelated to his appearance in the famed A Great Day in Harlem photo of famous jazz musicians.
At the Cafe Bohemia, Vol. Co-led by trumpeter Art Farmer, a former member of Horace Silver’s quintet, and tenor saxophonist Benny Golson, a member of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers fromthis definitive hard bop outing quickly grabbed the attention of jazz fans on the strength of Golson’s beautiful ballad “I Remember Clifford” his tribute to the late trumpeter Clifford Brown, who had died in a tragic car accident in and also due to two catchy numbers killer joe benny golson “Blues March” a tune that Golson had introduced in during his tenure with the Jazz Messengers and the infectious, riff-oriented “Killer Joe,” which has since become a jumping off point for endless jazz jams.
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Retrieved from ” https: Their rendition of “Killer Joe” includes Golson’s clever kkiller word introduction about a fictional jivester character he describes as someone who “wears a very neatly pressed double-breasted, form-fitting pin-striped suit with a chain that dangles from under one side of his coat…who likes to play the horses, who is most certainly a ladies man and is very much against manual labor.
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Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Switching to trombone, McKinney steps to the front on the bristling bbenny bop burner “Bean Bag,” which also features some scorching tenor work from Golson and an exhilarating drum solo from Humphries.