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Informazioni sull'oggetto Album Features UPC: 731451967726 Artist: Art Taylor Format: CD Record Label: Verve Genre: Jazz GeneralTrack Listing1. Street Intro2. A.T.'s Shout3. Bridge Theme4. Band Introductions5. Dear Old Stockholm6. Stressed Out7. So Sorry, Please8. Bridge Theme9. Mr. A.T. Revisited10. Interchat11. Sophisticated Lady12. In a Sentimental Mood13. Chelsea Bridge14. Harlem Mar Gras15. Bridge Theme/Salt Peanuts Detas Playing Time: 62 min. Producer: Brian Bacchus stributor: n/a Recorng Type: Live SPAR Code: n/aAlbum NotesPersonnel: Arthur Taylor (drums), Abraham Burton (alto saxophone), Wlie Wliams (tenor saxophone), Jacky Terrasson (piano), Tyler Mitchell (acoustic bass).Recorded live at the Vlage Vanguard, New York August 29-30, 1992. Includes liner notes and an interveiw with Arthur Taylor by Peter Pullman.Personnel: Art Taylor (drums); Abraham Burton (alto saxophone); Wlie Wliams (tenor saxophone); Jacky Terrasson (piano).Auo Mixer: Dan Kincaid.Liner Note Author: Peter Pullman.Recorng information: Vlage Vanguard, New York, NY (08/29/1992-08/30/1992).Photographer: Jimmy Katz.Arranger: Art Taylor.Following the successful Mr. A.T., drummer Art Taylor found himself to be a modern-day Art Blakey by leang a youthful group known as Taylor's Waers. Pianist Jacky Terrason is a versate player with a stinct voice, who along with Taylor is the heart and soul of this band. Going back to the '50s, the leader fancied the dynamics of two saxophonists playing off of each other, which Abraham Burton and Wlie Wliams do exceengly well here. Walter Bolden's compositions make for the most interesting moments here, in particular the "Bridge Theme" which is restated throughout. This is excellent hard bop played by a true master, and it's a shame that "Mr. A.T." passed away shortly after this recorng was made. ~ Robert TaylorEtorial Reviews...Taylor doesn't allow his group a second of coasting time, and he has a slew of rhythmic accents to jump-start any lagging passages....Musician (19931101)Performance: Perfection / Recorng: Fine Remote - is his attention to detas that really stinguishes Arthur Taylor's Waers from normal club fare. If they keep this up, they wl be an all-star quintet before we know it....Stereo Review (19940201)4 Stars - Very Good - ...on WAIN' AT THE VANGUARD [Taylor] proves to be an important link to the bop era--as well as a swinging, spirited drummer and a strong bandleader....Down Beat (19931101) Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2012 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. CONTIONI MINT CD E' COME NUOVO