Wynton Kelly
Someday My Prince Will Come =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs       Jazz Classics 

(1961)2010 EU reissue on 180g LP -Someday My Prince Will Come is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers or Sam Jones and Jimmy Cobb recorded in 1961 and one track with Lee Morgan and Wayne Shorter from 195

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Release date 08-12-20101(originally released in 196/1977)

2010 EU reissue on 180g LP -Someday My Prince Will Come is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers or Sam Jones and Jimmy Cobb recorded in 1961 and one track with Lee Morgan and Wayne Shorter from 1959 released by the Vee-Jay label in 1977. Additional performances from these sessions were released as Wynton Kelly!.


Tracks:
A1 Someday My Prince Will Come
A2 Gone With The Wind
A3 Autumn Leaves
A4 Come Rain Or Come Shine
A5 Weird Lullabye
B1 Sassy
B2 Wrinkles
B3 On Stage
B4 Char's Blues
B5 Love, I've Found You


Credits:
Bass – Paul Chambers (3) (tracks: A5, B2, B3), Sam Jones (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B4, B5)
Drums – Philly Joe Jones* (tracks: A5, B2, B3), Jimmy Cobb (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B4, B5)
Liner Notes – Zan Stewart
Piano – Wynton Kelly
Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter (tracks: B2)
Trumpet – Lee Morgan (tracks: B2)

The Wynton Kelly heard here (1959-1961) was at the peak of his fruitful collaboration with Miles Davis in the trumpeter’s celebrated quintet, which also featured Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb and the inimitable John Coltrane. Therefore, it is truly interesting to hear Kelly as the protagonist on these recordings, displaying his own personality and even playing some of his own compositions. The tracks compiled here were not the first trio recordings by Wynton Kelly (who was born in Jamaica, West Indies on December 2, 1931 –although some sources state that he was born in Brooklyn, New York- and died in Toronto, Canada, on April 12, 1971). His first explorations with the trio format had taken place in New York, on July 25, 1951, backed by the great Oscar Pettiford on bass (Franklin Skeete replaced him on some tunes) and Lee Abrams on drums. The album was titled Piano Interpretations. It would be followed by some more trio sessions in 1951. Then there was a long gap before his next trio recordings, which he made in 1958.

Wynton Kelly, piano

Paul Chambers, bass (on A1, A3, A5 & B2-B3)

Sam Jones, bass (on A2, A4, B1 & B4-B5)

Philly Joe Jones, drums (on A5 & B2-B3)

Jimmy Cobb, drums (on A1-A4, B1 & B4-B5)

 

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33rpm
Extra info: Jazz Classics
Label: PAN AM
Originally released: 1961
This release: 2010
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