Blues Two Views by Ira Sullivan
From the album
Some great straight-ahead jazz firmly rooted in the blues. Just great live jazz, recorded at a great Chicago venue. Enjoy!
About the Album
With a 57-year history of performing together, going back to their 1954 meeting in their hometown of Chicago, the legendary saxophonist/trumpeter Ira Sullivan and vibraphonist/pianist Stu Katz team together finally to commit their well-earned rapport to tape. Recorded live at their good friend Joe Segal's famed Jazz Showcase, with a quintet including pianist Dan Trudell, bassist Dennis Carroll, drummer George Fludas, plus a couple of special guests, A Family Affair swings with the joy and magic that only such a shared history can create.
Blues Two Views; Gee, Matthew; Pennies from Heaven; Scrapple from the Apple; Lullaby of the Leaves; Yesterdays; Take the A Train; Stablemates; What a Friend We Have in Jesus.
Ira Sullivan: tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Stu Katz: vibraphone, piano (3); Dan Trudell: piano; Dennis Carroll:acoustic bass; Steve Katz: acoustic bass (7); George Fludas: drums; Lucia Newell: vocal (6).
- A Family Affair by William Carey
October 26, 2011
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