Duke Pearson - Profile FLAC album
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Album · 1959 · 7 Songs. Profile Duke Pearson.
Profile Duke Pearson.
Profile is the debut album by American pianist and arranger Duke Pearson, featuring performances by Pearson with Gene Taylor and Lex Humphries. It was recorded in 1959 and released the same year on the Blue Note label. Like the following Tender Feelin's, Profile has been released singularly on CD only in Japan by Blue Note/EMI. However, at present, it could be found on the twofer Profile & Tender Feelin's - Duke Pearson Trio issued by Fresh Sound Records in May 2011
Piano – Duke Pearson. Producer – Alfred Lion. Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder. Profile (LP, Album, RE). Blue Note, Blue Note.
Profile (Duke Pearson album). Profile is the debut album by American pianist and arranger Duke Pearson, featuring performances by Pearson with Gene Taylor and Lex Humphries. However, at present, it could be found on the twofer Profile & Tender Feelin's - Duke Pearson Trio issued by Fresh Sound Records in May 2011
Angel Eyes is the third album by American pianist and arranger Duke Pearson featuring performances by Pearson with Thomas Howard, and Lex Humphries originally recorded in 1961/62 for the Jazzline label but not released until 1968 on the Polydor label. The majority of the tracks (without the title track) were released on CD in 1991 on the Black Lion label as Bags Groove with three additional takes.
I was listening to a recently released unknown live set from the Duke Pearson Big Band, recorded in 1969, and I was reminded of his small group (rhythm section + horns) jazz albums he recorded for the Blue Note label. But these albums with a trio, "Profile" and "Tender Feelin's" (both from 1959) were his first two albums for that label. Individually these albums are either fairly expensive and/or difficult to find, so having both albums on one CD-in good digitally remastered sound-is a nice surprise.
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Columbus Calvin Duke Pearson J. s debut album, Profile, launched his career as pianist, composer, arranger, and following the death of Ike Quebec, A&R man and frequent producer of Blue Note records, up until 1971,. Duke’s playing owes much to Wynton Kelly, as probably many in his day, but with more lyrical emphasis than rhythmic. The tune are standards mixed with some of his own compositions, the presentation is conventional piano with supporting rhythm section, nothing ground-breaking, but attractive, often very pretty reading of the songs.