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Fats Navarro - Nostalgia (1958)

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A1 	Nostagia 	
A2 	Barry's Bop 	
A3 	Be Bop Romp 	
A4 	Fats Blows 	
A5 	Dextivity 	
A6 	Dextrose 	
B1 	Dexter's Mood 	
B2 	Index 	
B3 	Stealing Trash 	
B4 	Hollerin' & Screamin' 	
B5 	Fracture 	
B6 	Calling Dr. Jazz 

Bass – Gene Ramey, Nelson Boyd (tracks: A1 to B2)
Drums – Art Blakey (tracks: A1 to A4), Art Mardigan (tracks: A5 to B2), Denzil Best
Guitar – Huey Long
Piano – Al Haig, Tadd Dameron (tracks: A1 to B2)
Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse (tracks: A1 to A4), Dexter Gordon (tracks: A5 to B2), Eddie Davis
Trumpet – Fats Navarro

 

Taken from three different, late-'40s sessions, Nostalgia features Navarro in the fine company of bebop stars like Dexter Gordon, Tadd Dameron, and Art Blakey. While looser sounding than the legendary sides the trumpeter cut for Blue Note, the tracks here still include the usual bevy of sharp Navarro solos, plus stellar contributions by all involved. The first session with tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse (one of the earliest recordings of the future Monk sideman), Dameron, and Blakey, finds Navarro mixing poised and fluid solo work with more intense high-note statements, demonstrating his masterful blend of both Miles Davis' cool approach and Dizzy Gillespie's incendiary technique. The highlights continue with four more cuts from a Dexter Gordon-led session from 1947, which adheres to the brief head statement and round of solos mode used on the earlier cuts. Dameron returns on piano, nicely comping behind Gordon's already distinct solo work and more of Navarro's pearl-like horn lines (these numbers have also been released on various Gordon titles on Savoy). The disc ends with a date led by honking tenor man Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, which, while less intriguing than the other sessions, stills swings mightily with a mix of bebop and R&B flavored tunes. Nostalgia is worthy of any jazz collection and certainly is an essential title from the bebop era. ---Stephen Cook, AllMusic Review

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