Kenny Dorham - Five albums by this Jazz trumpeter - Four include Blue Note releases from Japan - Diverse Titel - LP's - 1976/1991

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Kenny Dorham - Five albums by this Jazz trumpeter - Four include Blue Note releases from Japan - Diverse Titel - LP's - 1976/1991
Anzahl der Objekte: 5 - Excellent (EX) - Japanische Pressung

ABOUT McKinley Howard "Kenny" Dorham (August 30, 1924 – December 5, 1972) was an American jazz trumpeter, singer, and composer. Dorham's talent is frequently lauded by critics and other musicians, but he never received the kind of attention or public recognition from the jazz establishment that many of his peers did. For this reason, writer Gary Giddins said that Dorham's name has become "virtually synonymous with underrated." Dorham composed the jazz standard "Blue Bossa", which first appeared on Joe Henderson's album Page One.

In 1963 Dorham added the 26-year-old tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson to his group, which later recorded Una Mas (the group also featured a young Tony Williams). The friendship between the two musicians led to a number of other albums, such as Henderson's Page One, Our Thing and In 'n Out. Dorham recorded frequently throughout the 1960s for Blue Note and Prestige Records, as leader and as sideman for Henderson, Jackie McLean, Cedar Walton, Andrew Hill, Milt Jackson and others.

Dorham's later quartet consisted of some well-known jazz musicians: Tommy Flanagan (piano), Paul Chambers (double bass), and Art Taylor (drums). Their recording debut was Quiet Kenny for the Prestige Records' New Jazz label, an album which featured mostly ballads. An earlier quartet featuring Dorham as co-leader with alto saxophone player Ernie Henry had released an album together under the name "Kenny Dorham/Ernie Henry Quartet." They produced the album 2 Horns / 2 Rhythm for Riverside Records in 1957 with double bassist Eddie Mathias and drummer G.T. Hogan. In 1990 the album was re-released on CD under the name "Kenny Dorham Quartet featuring Ernie Henry."

During his final years Dorham suffered from kidney disease, from which he died on December 5, 1972, aged 48.

On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Kenny Dorham among hundreds of artists who recorded for record labels whose master recordings were reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

IN THIS LOT There's five albums, all as high quality pressings from Japan.

All albums come in a clean and shiny condition. They were part of a large record collection and have not often been played.

The albums include:

- Round about Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia, Japan, 1983, sleeve EX/NM, vinyl NM.

- Round about Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia Volume 2, Japan, 1984, sleeve EX/NM, vinyl NM.

- Round about Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia volume 3, Japan, 1984, sleeve EX/NM, vinyl NM.

- Afro Cuban, Japan, 1991, sleeve EX/NM, vinyl NM.

- Kenny Dorham Quintet, Japan, 1976, sleeve EX, vinyl NM.


Four are original Blue Note releases, the latter debuted on Debut Records.


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Künstler/ Band (maximal 3)
Kenny Dorham
Mehrere Titel
Ja
Albumtitel
Five albums by this Jazz trumpeter - Four include Blue Note releases from Japan
Stückzahl
5
Medienquelle
LP's
Herstellungsland
Verschiedene Länder
Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes)
1976
Erscheinungsjahr (jüngstes)
1991
Zustand
Excellent (EX)
Pressen
Japanische Pressung
Plattenfirma
Blue Note
Plattenfirmen-Nummer
various label Numbers
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