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Rough 'n' Tumble
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 1966
RecordedJuly 1, 1966
StudioVan Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
GenreJazz
Length37:09
LabelBlue Note
ProducerAlfred Lion
Stanley Turrentine chronology
Let It Go
(1966)
Rough 'n' Tumble
(1966)
Easy Walker
(1966)

Rough 'n' Tumble is an album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine issued in 1966 on Blue Note Records.[1]The album reached No. 20 on the BillboardTop Soul Albums chart.[2]

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Overview[edit]

Rough and Tumble was produced by Alfred Lion and arranged by Duke Pearson.Artists such as Blue Mitchell, James Spaulding, Pepper Adams, McCoy Tyner, Grant Green, Bob Cranshaw, and Mickey Roker performed upon the album.[1]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[3]

The Allmusic review by Jason Elias awarded the album 3 stars and states 'the star of the show is Turrentine, and his warmth and playing make this a necessity, especially for fans '60s pre-funk Blue Note jazz'.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. 'And Satisfy' (Ronnell Bright) - 6:48
  2. 'What Could I Do Without You' (Ray Charles) - 4:35
  3. 'Feeling Good' (Newley, Bricusse) - 7:15
  4. 'Shake' (Sam Cooke) - 5:55
  5. 'Walk On By' (Bacharach, David) - 5:57
  6. 'Baptismal' (John Hines) - 6:39

Personnel[edit]

  • Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone
  • Blue Mitchell - trumpet
  • James Spaulding - alto saxophone
  • Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone
  • McCoy Tyner - piano
  • Grant Green - guitar
  • Bob Cranshaw - bass, electric bass
  • Mickey Roker - drums
  • Duke Pearson - arranger

Production[edit]

  • Alfred Lion - producer
  • Rudy Van Gelder - engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ abStanley Turrentine: Rough and Tumble. Blue Note Records. 1966.
  2. ^'Stanley Turrentine: Rough and Tumble (Top Soul Albums)'. billboard.com. Billboard.
  3. ^Allmusic Review
  4. ^Elias, J. Allmusic Review accessed January 6, 2010.
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Fuego
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 1960[1]
RecordedOctober 4, 1959
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
GenreJazz
Length40:56
LabelBlue Note
BLP 4026
BST 84026
ProducerAlfred Lion
Donald Byrd chronology
Byrd in Hand
(1959)
Fuego
(1960)
Byrd in Flight
(1960)

Fuego is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd recorded in 1959 and released on the Blue Note label in 1960 as BLP 4026, featuring Byrd with Jackie McLean, Duke Pearson, Doug Watkins and Lex Humphries.[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Down Beat[3]
Allmusic[4]
The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide[5]
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Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review by Michael G. Nastos awarded the album 4 stars and stated 'hard bop is at the core of this band, but Byrd is moving further into post-bop... as he takes a break from forceful interaction to play a more democratic role on this refined and mature album that is less brash, a prelude for his more powerful statements yet to come'.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All compositions by Donald Byrd

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  1. 'Fuego' - 6:38
  2. 'Bup a Loup' - 4:05
  3. 'Funky Mama' - 10:58
  4. 'Low Life' - 6:02
  5. 'Lament' - 8:27
  6. 'Amen' - 4:46

Personnel[edit]

  • Donald Byrd - trumpet
  • Jackie McLean - alto saxophone
  • Duke Pearson - piano
  • Doug Watkins - bass
  • Lex Humphries - drums

References[edit]

  1. ^Billboard Jul 25, 1960
  2. ^Donald Byrd discography accessed August 31, 2010
  3. ^Down Beat: September 15, 1960 Vol. 27, No. 19
  4. ^ abNastos, M. G. Allmusic Review accessed August 31, 2010
  5. ^Swenson, J., ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. pp. 36. ISBN0-394-72643-X.


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