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Lex Arbuckle, Kenny Barron, Cecil McBee, John Ramsey

No More No Les

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Les Arbuckle - No More No Les 01. Prelude (1:13) 02. Groove (7:04) 03. No More No Less (4:59) 04. Black and White (7:24) 05. It's Alright With Me (7:36) 06. Emily's Hot Bath (6:58) 07. Real Surf Music (6:33) 08. Blues Ridge (5:35) 09. Soul Eyes (5:49) 10. Evie (3:25)
  • Lex Arbuckle - saxophone
  • Kenny Barron - piano
  • Cecil McBee - double bass
  • John Ramsey - drums
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Nr kat.: AQ 1019
Label  : AudioQuest Music

Les Arbuckle has been a legend on the Boston jazz scene for years. Find out what Boston already knows. The startling debut of a true tenor sax original. 'It's unusual for someone to wait until he is in his forties to record his first date as a leader, but tenor saxophonist Les Arbuckle's postponed debut is worth the wait. This 1993 session finds the veteran educator accompanied by two very familiar names: pianist Kenny Barron (seemingly nearly everyone's first-call pianist during the 1990s) and bassist Cecil McBee, along with drummer John Ramsay, a friend when both were teaching at Berklee during the 1970s. While post-bop dominates the CD, there are variations. The mournful dirge-like opening duet with McBee's arco bass in "Prelude and Groove" segues into the street-parade-like funk of the main body of the piece, while the brisk treatment of Mal Waldron's great ballad "Soul Eyes" blends hard bop with a Latin-flavored rhythm. Other highlights include his hard-blowing interpretation of Cole Porter's "It's Alright With Me" and the leader's loping late-night blues "Emily's Hot Bath." ' - Ken Dryden (All Music Guide)