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Jimmy Heath Sextet - The Thumper flac album Performer: Jimmy Heath Sextet
Title: The Thumper
Style: Hard Bop
Released: 1960
MP3 album: 1456 mb
FLAC album: 1546 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Jazz

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Artist: Jimmy Heath Sextet Title Of Album: The Thumper Year Of Release: 1959 Label: OJC Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop Format: FlacCueLogArtwork MP3 Quality: Lossless 320 kbps Total Time: 40:31. 1. For Minors Only 2. Who Needs It? 3. Don't You Know I Care 4. Two Tees 5. The Thumper 6. New Keep 7. For All We Know 8. I Can Make You Love Me 9. Nice People. personnel : Jimmy Heath - sax (tenor) Nat Adderley - cornet Curtis Fuller - trombone Wynton Kelly - piano Paul Chambers - bass Albert "Tootie" Heath - drums.

Written-By – Jimmy Heath. Written-By – Jimmy Heath. 24 bit digitally remastered. Sources: Tracks 1-9 from the Riverside album The Thumper - RLP 1160, recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City, September 1, 1959. Tracks 10-17 from the Riverside album Really Big! - RLP 1188, recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City, June 24 & 28, 1960.

Artist: Jimmy Heath Sextet Album: The Thumper Genre: Hard Bop Label: Riverside, OJC Released: 1959 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: For Minors Only. Who Needs It? Don't You Know I Care. I Can Make You Love Me. Personnel: Jimmy Heath - sax (tenor). Nat Adderley - cornet. Curtis Fuller - trombone.

The hard bop tenor-saxophonist is in superior form, contributing five originals (of which "For Minors Only" is best known), jamming with an all-star sextet (including cornetist Nat Adderley, trombonist Curtis Fuller, pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath) and taking two standards as ballad features. The excellent session of late '50s straightahead jazz is uplifted above the normal level by Heath's writing.