Criss Cross Jazz 1020 CD
Ted Brown with Jimmy Raney
Release Date: February 28, 2002
Tenor saxophonist Ted Brown studied with, and belonged to
the coterie of like-thinking players around Lennie Tristano.
He recorded with Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz and recorded under his own name
with Warne Marsh and Art Pepper as sidemen.
Here, after an eight year recording hiatus, in the company of legendary
bebop-guitar-great Jimmy Raney and an all star rhythm section
with pianist Hod O'Brien,
bassist Buster Williams and drummer Ben Riley.
This rare session from 1985, recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Recording Studio,
has 5 alternate takes, and was never released as CD before.
(click image for a larger picture)
Barcode 8 712474 102020
||Blimey (Ted Brown) 4:49|
||We'll Be Together Again (Fisher / Laine) 5:56|
||Lost And Found (Hod O'Brien) 6:40|
||Sir Felix (Jimmy Raney) 4:37|
||Instant Blue (Hod O'Brien) 7:01|
||Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You (Don Redman / Andy Razaf) 4:49|
||People Will Say We're In Love (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein) 6:13|
||Lost And Found (alt. take) (Hod O'Brien) 6:24|
||We'll Be Together Again (alt. take) (Fisher / Laine) 6:29|
||Blimey (alt. take) (Ted Brown) 5:09|
||Sir Felix (alt. take) (Jimmy Raney) 4:35|
||People Will Say We're In Love (alt. take) (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein) 6:48|
Total Time: 69:39
December 23, 1985
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA
Rudy Van Gelder