Teddy Edwards, tenor sax; Joe Castro, piano;
Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Billy Higgins, drums.
|1. Blues In G (Teddy Edwards) 6:48
2. Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker) 5:46
3. What's New? (Haggart-Burke) 3:56
4. You Name It (Teddy Edwards) 4:17
5. Take The "A" Train (Billy Strayhorn) 7:20
6. The Sermon (Hampton Hawes) 7:05
7. Higgins' Hideaway (Teddy Edwards) 5:03
|Produced by LESTER KOENIG
Cover Photo by WILLIAM CLAXTON
Cover Design by GUIDI/TRI-ARTS
Recording by ROY DuNANN
Recorded on August 17, 1960,
Los Angeles, CA.
Tenor saxophonist Teddy Edwards' debut for Contemporary (which has been reissued on CD in the OJC series) gives listeners a strong sampling of the underrated tenor's talents. Edwards, a contemporary of Dexter Gordon and Wardell Gray but sometimes overlooked due to his decision to spend most of his life living in Los Angeles, is showcased on a quartet set with the obscure but talented pianist Joe Castro, bassist Leroy Vinnegar and drummer Billy Higgins. Performing three standards, three originals (of which "Higgins' Hideaway" is most memorable) and Hampton Hawes' "The Sermon, " Edwards has a chance to stretch out and he makes the most of the opportunity, creating some excellent straightahead music.
--SCOTT YANOW, All-Music Guide.
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