Phil Woods Alto Summit
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- Released: November 5, 1996
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Milestone
- 1.Blue Minor
- 2.Summer Knows, The (Theme From "Summer of '42")
- 4.Stars Fell on Alabama
- 5.Autumn in New York
- 6.All the Things You Are
- 7.Song For Sass
- 8.God Bless the Child
/Vincent Herring/Antonio Hart.
Personnel includes: Phil Woods, Vincent Herring, Antonio Hart, Anthony Wonsey, Ruben Rogers, Carl Allen.
Recorded in January 1995.
Personnel: Phil Woods (alto saxophone); Myron Walden, Antonio Hart, Todd Anderson , Vincent Herring, Brad Leali (alto saxophone); Anthony Wonsey (piano); Carl Allen (drums).
Audio Mixer: Troy Halderson.
Liner Note Author: Zan Stewart.
Recording information: Power Station Studios, New York, NY (06/04/1995/06/05/1995); Sound on Sound (06/04/1995/06/05/1995); Sound On Sound Recording, Inc., New York, NY (06/04/1995/06/05/1995).
Photographer: John Abbott .
Arrangers: David Weiss ; David Weatherspoon; Phil Woods; Cedar Walton.
This is a sizzling meeting of three fine alto saxophonists in a session co-produced by Vincent Herring and Carl Allen. Phil Woods is the acknowledged dean of the alto, and his smooth chops contrast with Herring's grittier tone on bop classics like "Blue Minor" and "Minority." The veteran creates a sensational mood on "Stars Fell on Alabama," while Herring matches him with a lovely take of "Autumn in New York." The talented youngster Antonio Hart delivers a compelling solo in his feature, "God Bless the Child." All three saxophonists solo with gusto on Woods' "Song for Sass." The rhythm section includes Carl Allen on drums, Anthony Wonsey on piano, and Reuben Rogers on bass. ~ Ken Dryden
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