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Midnight Roll by Herb Ellis (CD, Jun-2009, Wounded Bird Records) Detaed item info Album Features UPC: 664140703421 Artist: Herb Ellis Format: CD Release Year: 2009 Record Label: Wounded Bird Records Genre: Guitar, Jazz Instrument Track Listing1. Broadway2. Gravy Waltz3. Poor Darlin' Nellie4. Old Folks5. Roy Showed6. Things Ain't What They Used to Be7. Wlow Weep for Me8. Symphony9. It Makes No fference Now10. It Don't Mean a Thing Detas Producer: John Hammond, John F. Hammond stributor: Infinity Entertainment Gr Recorng Type: Stuo Recorng Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album NotesPersonnel: Herb Ellis (guitar); Buddy Tate (tenor saxophone); Frank Assunto, Roy Eldridge (trumpet); Ray Bryant (piano); Israel Crosby, Jimmy Rowser (bass instrument); Gus Johnson (drums).Liner Note Author: Leonard Feather.Recorng information: 06/12/1962-06/14/1962.Herb Ellis is known primary for playing with small ensembles, so this recorng as part of an octet is a departure for the great guitarist. This "all-star" combo includes trumpeter Roy Eldridge in a sublimated role, whe tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate is featured a bit more, and pianist Ray Bryant solifies the nucleus of a very talented band of old pros and unsung heroes. The fare is split between standards, originals, and favorites, inclung Duke Ellington's rousing "It Don't Mean a Thing" with the jamming Eldridge leang the charge. The classic "Gravy Waltz" of Ray Brown is done here, as Bryant's deft chords with the sax and trumpets form a strolling, impenetrable front line -- one of the very best, fully formed and realized versions of this great song. Ellis contributed the folkish "Poor Darlin' Nellie," derived from the story of banished African-American slave Nellie Gray, a light rural swing with no horns save Assunto's muted trumpet solo. "Roy Showed" is a bouncy bop blues punctuated by Tate's tenor as Ellis further accents with sharp strumming chords. Everybody plays together in sweet agreement on "Broadway," a stock jam tune that shows the band has no issues with grandstanng, egos, or finng enough space to play. The band strips down to a trio on the pristine ballad "Wlow Weep for Me" and Tate presents a spare, spacious melody line during "It Makes No fference Now." The balance of this group should duly receive high marks (especially since it was a one-shot). CONTIONI MINT CD E' COME NUOVO