2 June 2008

PAUL HORN - PROFILE OF A JAZZ MUSICIAN










Paul Horn for Columbia from 1962.
This features the wonderful modal piece "Abstraction"

In the early 1960's, Paul Horn was a swinging and advanced improviser whose music reflected an interest in third-stream music while remaining tied to the bop/cool tradition. With his regular quintet of the era (which also includes vibraphonist Emil Richards, pianist Paul Moer, bassist Victor Gaskin and drummer Milt Turner), Horn (on alto, flute and bass flute) performs five of his originals, a song by Moer, Dr. Seuss' "Just Because We're Kids" and "Lazy Afternoon." This out-of-print LP was one of Horn's finer jazz dates. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Ripped@320 from Oldies cd reissue.

11 comments:

bacoso said...

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Saint Jude said...

After the last PH, this is a "must have". Downloading in a frenzied fashion.

hoythenry said...

Hey! Thank you. Really appreciated as per previous comments. Here's some discog info:

Profile of a jazz musician- :Paul Horn (as,cl,fl) Emil Richards (vib) Paul Moer (p) Vic Gaskin

(b) Milt Turner (d) August 15,16,17 1962

Los Angeles, August 15, 1962
HC070910 What now Col CL1922, CS8722
HC070911 Straight ahead - , -
HC070912 Fun time - , -
HC070913 Lazy afternoon - , -

Los Angeles, August 16, 1962
HC070914 Now hear this Col CL1922, CS8722
HC070915 Abstraction - , -

Los Angeles, August 17, 1962
HC070916 Count your change Col CL1922, CS8722
HC070917 Because we're kids - , -
We three kings of orient are CL1843

JTF said...

Saint Jude is right!

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Art Simon said...

Great!

taro nombei said...

looking forward to hearing this.
greatly appreciated!
TN

dj hot grits said...

thanks for sharing this! any chance you could re-up the gary mcfarland - america the beautiful? thanks!!

bluenote124 said...

Nice one, once again you have opened my eyes to a golden age of Paul Horn material.Not sure wether you have posted "Something Blue" before but i thought that was the best i had heard but this is just as good!. This could have been recorded yesterday! it sounds that hip and fresh. Brilliant!!

hc said...

very cool. Been going on a hepcat flute phase, and this is perfect.

Thanks

arshille said...

hello - just a quick line to thank you
for the effort you put into posting this wonderful music -
best wishes from arshille