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Written-By – Lee Morgan. Written-By – Lee Morgan. Out There (LP, Album, RE). Movieplay.
Written-By – Lee Morgan. Phoenix 10. PHX316.
Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, released on the Blue Note label. The album features a quintet of Morgan, Bennie Maupin, Harold Mabern, Jymie Merritt, and Mickey Roker, recorded at the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach, California in July 1970. Jack DeJohnette replaces Roker on drums on "Speedball. Recording of the album began on Morgan's 32nd birthday (July 10, 1970)
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Lee Morgan The Last Session. This album also made my previous Blue Note list I wrote and so it slots in at number 2 here. A double-LP upon release, it represents the last material recorded by Lee Morgan as leader before his unfortunate and untimely death. Morgan had always said that Miles Davis was one of his inspirations, and the jazz-fusion that Davis had piloted had clearly influenced Morgan here. The only official live Morgan album (there are bootleg releases out there), this mammoth 3-disc album provides over 3 hours of fine music from the latter part of Morgan?s career. Morgan was in the process of changing his style here, partly through necessity (an alteration with drug dealers resulted in a busted jaw and consequently a changed embouchure) and partly through choice, with longer solos and music reflective of the times.
LEE MORGAN The Sidewinder. Album · 1964 · Hard Bop. Matt. The album made it too number 25 on the Billboard charts and were they all surprised as well sweating on where to get the money at Blue Note but things worked out and the company continued on with superb jazz when they finally received the profits. The band is super with Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone which was the first time that Lee.
Also Known As. Edward Lee Morgan. Biography by Steve Huey. One of hard bop's greatest figures, a trumpeter whose blistering, acrobatic forays were nicely contrasted by equally lyrical, sensitive ballad solos.
Lee Morgan recorded "Sidewinder", his most consistant album. Sidewinder, and the albums that followed like "Cornbread" were attempts at Jazz/Rock Fusion from a completely different direction than Miles Davis Fusion "Bitches Brew".
The Last Session (Lee Morgan album). The Last Session (also released as Lee Morgan) is the final studio album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, released only after his death in 1972. It was originally released on the Blue Note label in 1972 as a double LP, and features performances by Morgan, Grachan Moncur III, Bobbi Humphrey, Billy Harper, Harold Mabern, Reggie Workman, Jymie Merritt and Freddie Waits.
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Written-By – Ann Ronell
Written-By – Lee Morgan
Written-By – Lee Morgan
- Licensed From – Phoenix Records
- Bass – Jymie Merritt
- Drums – Mickey Roker
- Liner Notes – Charles Miron
- Piano – Harold Mabern
- Tenor Saxophone – Bennie Maupin
- Trumpet – Lee Morgan
NotesGrabado en directo en el club Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California, verano de 1970.
Charles Miron text on back.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Depósito Legal: M-28220-1982
|TLP-5020||Lee Morgan||Speedball (LP, Album)||Trip Jazz||TLP-5020||US||1974|
|PHX316||Lee Morgan||Out There (LP, Album, RE)||Phoenix 10||PHX316||US||1981|
|GJ056||Lee Morgan||At The Lighthouse (CD, Comp)||Ediciones Del Prado||GJ056||Spain||1995|
|JB056||Lee Morgan||At The Lighthouse (CD, Comp)||Ediciones Del Prado||JB056||Portugal||2001|
|BT-5013||Lee Morgan||Speedball (LP, Album)||Mercury||BT-5013||Japan||1975|