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Jack Montrose With Bob Gordon ‎– Arranged/Played/Composed (1955)

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Jack Montrose With Bob Gordon ‎– Arranged/Played/Composed (1955)

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A1 	A Little Duet 	
A2 	April's Fool 	
A3 	Dot's Groovy 	
A4 	I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town 	
B1 	Cecilia 	
B2 	The News And The Weather 	
B3 	When You Wish Upon A Star 	
B4 	Have You Met Miss Jones 	
B5 	Paradox

Baritone Saxophone – Bob Gordon
Bass – Red Mitchell
Drums – Shelly Manne
Piano – Paul Moer
Tenor Saxophone – Jack Montrose 


The Koch Jazz reissue Arranged/Played/Composed by Jack Montrose was originally released on Atlantic in 1955. Tenor saxophonist Montrose was from the West Coast school of cool jazz, and was significantly influenced by classical music. On this date he was thinking specifically about utilizing every instrument in structured chamber-esque arrangements. Montrose managed to achieve his goal of leading a swinging improvised jazz session without being restricted by this rigid structure. Baritone saxophonist Bob Gordon, pianist Paul Moer, bassist Red Mitchell, and drummer Shelly Manne run through five Montrose originals coupled with popular songs of the time "When You Wish Upon a Star" and "Have You Met Miss Jones." ---Al Campbell, AllMusic Review


Although Jack Montrose was a prosperous jazz saxophonist and arranger, he was well-known for his cool jazz style that was of relaxed tempos and light styles from which formal arrangements and elements of classical music were incorporated.

Bob Gordon was a baritone saxophonist who also specialized in cool jazz and West Coast jazz music. Sadly, the 28 August 1955, Mr. Gordon, who was only twenty-seven years old, was killed by means of an automobile accident while he was on the way to play at a Pete Rugolo concert in San Diego.

Despite the fact that this accident occurred, Mr. Montrose stated that the rapport between the musical tendencies of a saxophone and the mind of one who uses such talent to one's best ability that Mr. Gordon had with his saxophone was the best that he had ever seen between a human and an instrument. ---45worlds.com

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