Dexter Gordon - Body & Soul flac album
Title: Body & Soul
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Body and Soul (Dexter Gordon album). Body and Soul is a live album by American saxophonist Dexter Gordon recorded at the Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1967 and first released on the Black Lion label as Blues Walk! The Montmatre Collection Vol. II in 1981 then rereleased with an additional track as Body and Soul in 1988.
Love for Sale (subtitled Dexter In Radioland Vol. 5) is a live album by American saxophonist Dexter Gordon recorded at the Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1964 by Danmarks Radio and released on the SteepleChase label in 1979. All compositions by Dexter Gordon except where noted. Introduction by Dexter Gordon – 1:28. Love for Sale" (Cole Porter) – 13:52.
Dexter Gordon Format: Vinyl. The second CD to appear under the title, Body and Soul, is the rarest album in Gordon's discography, which lists it as a live date from San Diego in 1971 (the date is questionable). It was issued in 1990 for the ARCO label (ARC 109), and has contributions from the same musicians with whom Gordon recorded Manhattan Symphonie (Columbia) and the wonderful, Live at Keystone dates for Blue Note. The jazzmen are Rufus Reid (b), Eddie Gladden (d), and George Cables (p). This quartet cooked. Find the CD, if you can, but I doubt you will.
Body And Soul (LP, Album). Body And Soul (Cass, Album). Body And Soul (CD, RE). Black Lion Records.
Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Dexter Gordon, Vol. 10. Dexter Gordon. Body & Soul: The Art Of Jazz Saxophone.
Along with Gene Ammons and Stanley Turrentine, Dexter Gordon was one of the top ballad players of the '60s. Having already made his name in the bebop era and as an expatriate in Europe, Gordon returned to the States to record a series of fine Blue Note discs during the first half of the decade.
Dexter Gordon’s ultimate Body and Soul Cynthia Folio A, Alexander Brinkman A. Soon after returning to the United States from Europe in 1976, Dexter Gordon formed a band with George Cables (piano), Rufus Reid (bass), and Eddie Gladden (drums). For the rst time in his career, he was leading his own band, which stayed together for three years; it was described by Michael Cuscuna (Gordon’s record pro ducer) as one of the nest-sounding quartets in jazz history (Britt 1989). Gordon also considered this his best band (dextergordon. Body and Soul, recorded live with this band at Keystone.
|A1||Like Someone In Love||12:38|
|A2||There Will Never Be Another You||12:29|
|B1||Body & Soul||9:31|
- Distributed By – ORG Music – ORGM-2066
- Bass – Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
- Drums – Albert Heath
- Piano – Kenny Drew
- Tenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon
NotesRecorded at the Jazzhus Montmatre, Copenhagen, July 20, 1967, by courtesy of Herluf Kamp Larsen.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned From Sticker): 711574711314
|BLP 60118||Dexter Gordon||Body And Soul (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||BLP 60118||Europe||1988|
|BLMC 160118||Dexter Gordon||Body And Soul (Cass, Album)||Black Lion Records||BLMC 160118||Europe||1988|
|BLCD 760118||Dexter Gordon||Body And Soul (CD, RE)||Black Lion Records||BLCD 760118||Germany||1988|
|9004-2||Dexter Gordon||Body And Soul (CD, Album, RE, RM, 24 )||1201 Music||9004-2||US||1999|
|ORGM-2066||Dexter Gordon||Body & Soul (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180)||ORG Music, Black Lion Records||ORGM-2066||UK, Europe & US||2016|