When you get up in the morning, you must have a song - Ray Charles

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Yusef Lateef - Outside Blues

While this recording is taken from a Trip records reissue, as far as I can tell, this was originally released on the Charlie Parker label.

The lp is far more bop oriented than most of Lateef's stuff, and he tends to share the spotlight with the trumpet.

For a relatively unknown line-up this record is a great nugget. 35 minutes of hard bop.



Yusef Lateef
Outside Blues

1. Dexterity
2. Train Stop
3. Big Foot
4. Soul Blues
5. Blue Rocky
6. Trudy's Delight
7. Introlude
8. Outside Blues



Yusef Lateef - tenor saxophone
Vincent Pitts -trumpet
John Hormon -piano
Ray McKinny -bass
George Scott, Cliff Jarvis - drums


Recorded at Peter Ind Studio, New York, New York on August 14, 1961.

TLP-5018

5 comments:

upkerry14 said...

This looks great. Is it FLAC or mp3? thanks,B

rm said...

Thank you!! This LP gem, aka "Lost in Sound" on the CP label issue, is not yet on Simon666' wonderful YL list;
http://neverenoughrhodes.blogspot.com/search/label/yusef%20lateef%20x%2039

Simon666 said...

Now it is :)
http://neverenoughrhodes.blogspot.com/2008/10/yusef-lateef-african-american-epic.html

Thanks for this!

Frank said...

Thanks for the interesting early Yusef Lateef. Great fun!

vollsticks said...

I have a vinyl copy of this, the only prices I can find on-line are for stereo copies whereas mine is mono. Blue summit label PLP-814...any ideas, anyone? I'm looking to sell.