Sonny Stitt – Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}

Sonny Stitt - Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}

Sonny Stitt – Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}
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© 1977, 1983 Denon / Nippon Columbia | 38C38-7046
Jazz / Bop / Saxophone

Sonny Stitt, doubling on alto and tenor, is in fine form on this quartet session (a Japanese import CD) with either Barry Harris or Walter Davis on piano, bassist Reggie Workman and drummer Tony Williams. The repertoire (bop standards, blues and ballads) is fairly typical and nothing too unusual occurs, but fans of straightahead jazz in general and Sonny Stitt in particular will be satisfied with this above-average effort, highlighted by “It Might as Well Be Spring” and “Constellation.”


Personnel:
Sonny Stitt – alto sax, tenor sax
Barry Harris – piano
Reggie Workman – bass
Tony Williams – drums
Walter Davis – piano (*)

Recorded November 25, 1977

tracklist:
01 – West 46th Street
02 – Who Can I Turn To
03 – Moonlight In Vermont
04 – Flight Cap Blues (*)
05 – It Might As Well Be Spring
06 – Constellation
07 – Blues For PCM

Sonny Stitt - Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}
Sonny Stitt - Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}

 

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Sonny Stitt – Moonlight In Vermont (1977) {Denon Japan 38C38-7046 rel 1983}

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