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The response to the jazz titles released in Series One has been overwhelming. And so we continue to present monumental jazz recordings in this second series for The Tape Project. A conspiracy of jazz giants, Burrell and Coltrane appear together in Coltrane’s only duo album with a guitarist. The rest of the personnel are equal to the task – pianist Tommy Flanagan (the same Mr. Flanagan you hear on Saxophone Colossus), bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Jimmy Cobb (both borrowed for this session from Miles Davis’ Sextet). Hard-bop, bebop and a blowing session are all delivered in this tasty Prestige release, recorded by Rudy Van Gelder in March of 1958.
The original master tape of this recording, like many jazz masters from the 50’s and 60’s, has a few minor dropouts. These dropouts are most noticeable in the song Lyresto. Rest assured that if you hear them, your tape is an accurate copy of the original master.
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