Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Donald Byrd – The Cat Walk at Discogs. Complete your Donald Byrd collection. Donald Byrd RIP. Byrd’s nephew has reported his uncle Donald Byrd’s death, though it has yet to be confirmed. Byrd was said to have died. Selected Track: “Say You’re Mine” > Artists Donald Byrd (tp) Pepper Adams (bs) Duke Pearson (p) Laymon Jackson (b) Philly Joe Jones (d).
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Duke’s Mixture Duke Pearson. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Byrd ‘s playing throughout is typically sleek and lyrical, and Adams ‘ sturdy, husky baritone cqtwalk is the perfect counterbalance, making The Cat Walk an essential Byrd purchase.
Not all young musicians are great, but great musicians seem to be at their best when young.
Byrd contributed the title track, which attempts to capture the coiled, taut, but somehow still relaxed and assured gait of a tomcat, thanks in no small part to Jones ‘ inspired drumming which hits xatwalk mark with stops and turns and smooth run-outs that are indeed very feline in nature. The Cat Walk Donald Byrd. I frequently think of the jazz greats being in, say, their 50s.
May he rest in peace and live on through his music. Compare these musicians with those born say a generation later and the fonald difference is evident.
Notify me of new comments via email. I do agree with what you imply in that post, however: I am not sure where this logic takes you, except somewhere it may involve strawberries.
Vinyl is of good lustre, with surface marks that do not affect play.
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I thought I had explored the blog pretty thoroughly, but I have never seen that rather elegant presentation of Jazz Mortality Rates. Another gap in the Blue Note collection filled.
I started with the line-up for whatever it was I was listening to a Mingus band? But of the hard bop generation that cut records for Blue Note, those who have lived into their 80s are an absolute exception. Still not sure what it proves if anything. Jazz Latin New Age.
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Byrd was still among the living. Notify me of new posts via email. Trumpeter Donald Byrd and baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams worked together on several recordings between andand The Cat Walk released on LP in is among the best. Energetic Gritty Passionate Playful Rollicking. Hello Bright Sunflower Duke Pearson. A quintet setting, with pianist Duke Pearson another longtime Byrd collaboratorbassist Laymon Jacksonand a lively Philly Joe Jones on drums joining the front line of Byrd and Adamsthe sessions for The Cat Walk benefited from the writing and arrangement skills of Pearsonwho contributes three compositions here, the impressive opener “Say You’re Mine,” “Duke’s Mixture,” and “Hello Bright Sunflower,” which borrows its melodic structure from the opening bars of “Lullaby of Broadway” and features Byrd using a muted trumpet.
Front is in very good condition with nice sheen.
He was one of the first musicians I discovered when I first started exploring jazz music, and almost a decade later I still keep discovering great records that he played on. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here You are commenting using your WordPress. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Hi there, I read your blogs daily. It illustrated two hardly world-shattering facts: God, the list goes on — certainly took their toll of that generation.
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Say You’re Mine Duke Pearson. Streams Videos All Posts. But then I think the picture would probably look somewhat different if one included more musicians who were primarily sidemen ronald than leaders. Each Time I Think of You.