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The sound is very good!
A Blue Note featuring performances Donald Byrd and Jackie McLean combined with a great sounding Rudy Van Gelder recording. Byrd's open sounding trumpet is really well recorded. The piano sounds good too. I would give the album 4 1/2 stars for the playing and sound.
Very nice recording. I just love these tape transfers. Hard to believe recordings as old as this sound as fresh as they do.
Title: The Jazztet and John Lewis featuring Art Farmer & Benny Golson
Artist(s): Bass – Thomas Williams
Drums – Albert Heath
Piano – Cedar Walton
Supervised By – Jack Tracy
Tenor Saxophone – Benny Golson
Trombone – Thomas McIntosh
Trumpet – Art Farmer
Written-By, Conductor – John Lewis
Engineer – Tommy Nola
Producer – Kay Norton
Recording Info: Recorded by Argo Records December 20 and 21, 1960 and January 9, 1961 at Nola Studios, New York.
1 Bel 4:05
2 Milano 4:49
3 Django 4:50
4 New York 19 7:04
5 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West 8:40
6 Odds Against Tomorrow 12:27
Total Time: 41:55