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Mose Allison - Autumn Song (1959)

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Mose Allison - Autumn Song (1959)

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01  Promenade (Mose Allison) 4:12 
02  Eyesight To The Blind (Sonny Boy Williamson) 1:43 
03  It's Crazy (Dorothy Fields/Richard Rodgers) 3:40 
04  That's All Right (Jimmy Rogers) 2:28 		play
05  Devil In The Cane Field (Mose Allison) 4:05 
06  Strange (Matthew Fisher/John Latouche) 3:08	play 
07  Autumn Song (Mose Allison) 3:43 
08  Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (Duke Ellington/Bob Russell) 3:13 
09  Spires (Mose Allison) 3:05 
10  Groovin' High (Dizzy Gillespie) 5:38

Mose Allison (Piano and Vocal) 
Addison Farmer (Double Bass) 
Ronnie Free (Drums)


Mose Allison recorded six albums as a leader for Prestige during 1957-59, an era when he was better known as a jazz pianist than as a folk/country blues vocalist and masterful lyricist. On this CD reissue of his final Prestige date, Allison (in a trio with bassist Addison Farmer and drummer Ronnie Free) performs seven instrumentals ( including "It's Crazy," "Autumn Song" and "Groovin' High" ) but it is the three vocals ( "Eyesight To The Blind," "That's All Right" and Duke Ellington's "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" ) that are most memorable. One realizes why Allison was soon emphasizing his vocals; he was a much more distinctive singer than pianist although his piano playing was actually pretty inventive. This is an excellent all-round set. ---Scott Yanow, AMG

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