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The Young Lions

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Seeds Of Sin
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Scourn
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Fat Lady
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Peaches And Cream
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That's Right
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Seeds Of Sin (Take 4)
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Scourn (Take 3)
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Fat Lady (Take 3)
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 52:33

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Since returning to active playing in 2005 after a career as a boxing manager, pianist Charles Farrell has released eleven CDs, played with Ornette Coleman, and

12.04.07
A terrific lost relic documenting the meeting of three jazz giants
2007 | Label: Vee-Jay Ltd. Partnership / The Orchard

Even if you're a fan of tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, trumpeter Lee Morgan or alto saxophonist Frank Strozier, you may be unfamiliar with this obscure Vee-Jay release. Recorded in 1960, The Young Lions was originally part of a two-album set (the group under discussion here appeared on one record only.) It's a terrific lost relic you'll be glad to have found.

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The tune titles 'Scourin' (sic) and 'Peaches And Cream' are reversed I believe-

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Personnel

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Personnel: Lee Morgan (trumpet); Frank Strozier (alto saxophone); Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone); Bobby Timmons (piano); Bob Cranshaw (bass); Louis Hayes, Albert "Tootie" Heath (drums). Recorded at Bell Sound Studios, New York, New York on April 25, 1960.

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