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Johnny Griffin The Congregation'
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Johnny Griffin is one of the fastest, sharpest tenor saxophonists to emerge in the fertile 1950s. His third and final Blue Note recording is one of a handful that sported a cover illustration by the then struggling artist Andy Warhol. The quartet date with Sonny Clark and Paul Chambers is a relaxed, mature affair that ranges from the gospel-flavored title tune to a beautiful I'm Glad There Is You and an up-tempo It's You or No One. Added to the original album is I Remember You, a bonus track from the session. Better than ever on this Limited Edition 180g Japanese Import LP!1. The Congregation
2. Latin Quarter
3. I'm Glad There Is You
4. Main Spring
5. It's You Or No One
6. I Remember You$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl Limited Edition LP JAPANESE IMPORT RELEASE DATE JUNE 2008 - Sealed Buy Now
The CongregationThe great tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin is heard in top form on this near-classic quartet set. Assisted by pianist Sonny Clark, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Kenny Dennis, Griffin is exuberant on The Congregation (which is reminiscent of Horace Silver's The Preacher), thoughtful on the ballads, and swinging throughout. It's recommended for bop collectors.
1. THE CONGREGATION
2. LATIN QUARTER
3. I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU
4. MAIN SPRING
5. IT'S YOU OR NO ONE$15.99Vinyl LP Reissue - Sealed Buy Now