Clark Terry Memories of Duke
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- Released: December 18, 1990
- Originally Released: 1990
- Label: Ojc
- 1.Passion Flower
- 2.Happy Go Lucky Local
- 3.Echoes Of Harlem
- 4.Sophisticated Lady
- 5.Things Ain't What They Used To Be
- 6.I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
- 7.Cotton Tail
- 8.Everything But You
- 9.Come Sunday
Personnel: Clark Terry (trumpet); Jack Wilson (piano); Joe Pass (guitar); Ray Brown (bass); Frank Severino (drums).
Recorded at Group IV Studios, Hollywood, California on March 11, 1980. Originally released on Pablo Today (2312-118).
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1990, Fantasy Studios,Berkeley).
Flugelhornist Clark Terry and a strong quartet (pianist Jack Wilson, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Frank Severino) perform nine songs associated with Duke Ellington, including seven of Ellington's compositions, plus a tune apiece from Billy Strayhorn ("Passion Flower") and Mercer Ellington ("Things Ain't What They Used to Be"). Terry knows these songs, which include "Cottontail," "Come Sunday" and "Sophisticated Lady," backwards, but he infuses each of his renditions with enthusiasm and melodic creativity. Recommended. ~ Scott Yanow