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- Released: July 26, 2004
- Label: Concord Records
JazzTimes - 5/96, pp.78-79
"...a rollicking session that relentlessly grooves....Tight, quality work from start to finish."
- 1.Dip Stick
- 2.Back to Brea
- 3.I've Never Been in Love Before
- 5.There You Have It
- 6.Tadd's Delight
- 7.9:20 Special
- 8.Sophisticated Lady
- 9.Things Ain't What They Used to Be
Full performer name: The Frank Capp Quartet Featuring Rickey Woodard.
The Frank Capp Quartet: Frank Capp (drums); Rickey Woodard (alto & tenor saxophones); Tom Ranier (piano); Chuck Berghofer (bass).
Additional personnel: Nolan Smith (trumpet).
Recorded at Sage & Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California in October 1993 & January 1994. Includes liner notes by Scott Yanow.
Personnel: Frank Capp (drums, percussion); Rickey Woodard (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Nolan Andrew Smith (trumpet); Tom Tanier, Tom Ranier (piano).
Audio Mixer: James Mooney.
Liner Note Author: Scott Yanow.
Recording information: Sage & Sound Recording, Hollywood, CA (10/1993-01/1994).
Photographer: Bruce Burr.
Drummer Frank Capp heads a quartet/quintet that features the fine tenor Rickey Woodard on a variety of straightahead material. With pianist Tom Ranier, bassist Chuck Berghofer and (on two of the nine numbers) trumpeter Nolan Smith, Capp and Woodard (who switches to alto on two songs) play six standards and three group originals. Highlights of this swinging mainstream session (which was released by Concord in 1995) include Woodard's "Dip Stick," Clifford Brown's "Daahoud," "Tadd's Delight" and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be." ~ Scott Yanow