Sonny Criss - Sonny Criss Featuring Wynton Kelly mp3 downloadPerformer: Sonny Criss
Title: Sonny Criss Featuring Wynton Kelly
Style: Hard Bop
Date of recording: March, 1959
Size MP3 version: 1412 mb
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Sonny Criss is heard in a March 1959 studio session (not January as claimed on this CD) that was originally issued as an LP titled At the Crossroads by the long defunct Peacock label. Accompanied by a potent rhythm section (pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Bob Cranshaw, and drummer Walter Perkins), the alto saxophonist interprets five standards and two originals with gusto.
William "Sonny" Criss (23 October 1927 – 19 November 1977) was an American jazz musician. An alto saxophonist of prominence during the bebop era of jazz, he was one of many players influenced by Charlie Parker. William Criss was born in Memphis, Tennessee and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 15. He then went on to play in various bands including Howard McGhee's, which also featured Charlie Parker.
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Sonny Criss (as), Wynton Kelly (p), Bob Cranshaw (b), Walter Perkins (d), Ole Hansen (tb). Recorded in Chicago, 1959. Recorded in Chicago in 1959, this date places the great underappreciated altoist Sonny Criss in the company of Miles Davis' pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Bob Cranshaw, and drummer Walter Perkins, with some help from Norway's Ole Hansen on trombone.
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