Grant Green - Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying (1963)
Great Grant Green solos, take 3
Count this LP among the many belatedly released titles from the Blue Note catalog worthy of more attention. This unreleased gem of a session is much sought after, probably because of the very fine vintage of playing throughout from these three musicians. Aces.
Max Sterling and Ben Dixon decide that the time has come to enlist in the Robotech Defense Force in these pages from Robotech: Love and War #2 (DC/Wildstorm, July 2003) by Tommy Yune, Jay Faerber, Long Vo, Charles Park, and Saka.
“Baby Face” Willette recorded for a red-hot minute for Blue Note, but he was on fire at every session he recorded, and he definitely shared an incendiary connection with Grant Green, whose bluesy prestidigitation here is awe-inspiring.
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