Genius of Jazz - Dexter Gordon, Vol. 1. Dexter Gordon. Digitally Remastered.
Wonderful Wear by Anita. Dexter Gordon Dexter Gordon (February 27 1923 April 25 1990) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Gordons height was 6 feet 6 inches (198 cm) so he was also known as Long Tall Dexter and Sophisticated Giant.
Komposer : Dexter Gordon - Billy Eckstine - Thompson - Ira Gershwin - Johnson - Gillespie - Young - Noble - Hawkins - Parker - T. Dameron - Carter - EDISON - Cole Porter - Sammy Cahn - George Gershwin - Palmer - Whiting - Turk - Jackson - Waller - Arnheim - Eckstine - Hines - Goodman - Burw. Lama waktu total :6 h. 01. The Chase. Jazz Cafè Collection (The Jazz Artists Book). Penulis : Gray, Komposer : Dexter Gordon. Penulis : Hawkins, Komposer : Hawkins.
By the time that Dexter Gordon came to record the music for what became Clubhouse, he had already done eight album sessions for Alfred Lion’s New York-based indie label. Significantly, the saxophonist was no longer living in America, having left for a tour of Europe in 1962 which eventually saw him settling in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he made a new life for himself. On the Clubhouse session with Gordon was young Indianapolis trumpet sensation Freddie Hubbard, who had played on the saxophonist’s maiden Blue Note session back in 1962, alongside Detroit pianist Barry Harris, Chicago bassist Bob Cranshaw (a longtime associate of Sonny Rollins) and Los Angelino drummer Billy Higgins (who had previously played with Gordon on the saxophonist’s classic 1962 Blue Note album. Clubhouse’s opener, ‘Hanky Panky’, is a medium-paced blues march written by Gordon.