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The Man I Love

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The Man I Love
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Hush-A-Bye
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Blues For Harvey
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The Masquerade Is Over
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Sophisticated Lady
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Wee
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Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 55:44

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The Not Necessarily Happy Horns of Clark Terry

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

Can a musician's reputation be harmed by the persistent paying of a compliment? Clark Terry has a warm, plump, utterly distinctive sound on trumpet and its chubby pal the flugelhorn. He's rhythmically assured at any tempo, and has a deep feeling for the blues. But some writers fixate on how he has "the happiest sound in jazz," as if one trait defines his art. To be fair, it's not a rep he's run away from, having… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Teamed up with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Niels Pedersen and drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath for a club date at Copenhagen’s Montmartre in 1967 (reissued on CD by Black Lion), the great tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin really stretches out on four numbers: “The Man I Love,” “Hush-A-Bye,” “Blues for Harvey” and a memorable version of “The Masquerade Is Over.” Griffin shows why he was early on billed as “the world’s fastest tenor” although he also displays warmth on “Sophisticated Lady.” A fine example of Griffin’s underrated talents. – Scott Yanow