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At the Lighthouse (featuring Nat Adderley) [Bonus Track Version]

At the Lighthouse (featuring Nat Adderley) [Bonus Track Version]

2 Jan 2013

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  • Original Release Date: 2 Jan 2013
  • Label: Jazz Musts
  • Copyright: (c) 2013 Jazz Musts
  • Total Length: 1:15:04
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  • ASIN: B00BE1NPCE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 232,482 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. C. REED on 28 Jun 2008
Format: Audio CD
This was the first jazz LP I ever bought (in February 1963) so I have a strong emotional attachment to it but returning to it on CD (with an extra track!) it sounds every bit as good. Why are the jazz experts so sniffy about Cannonball? If you look at the front line on Kind of Blue, acknowledged as THE 20th century jazz masterpiece the front line was Miles, Trane and Julian Adderley. Miles and Trane rightly have godlike status but is Cannon so far behind? I think he more than held his own in the Miles groups of which he was a part yet he gets so little credit. I digress. This album is superb tight jazz with a bluesy feel and the added melodic appeal of the brilliant English pianist Victor Feldman on top form. The rest of the line-up is brother Nat(cornet) and the driving rhythm section of Louis Hayes and Sam Jones. The album is live in every sense, even after all these years. Buy it. And someone out there in the Jazz Guide writing world give Cannonball a bit more credit please.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth J. Morris on 17 Sep 2011
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Recorded in October 1960 Cannonball had brother Nat, Victor Feldman, Sam Jones and Louis Hayes (cornet, piano, bass and drums respectively) backing him in a 53 minute live set at Harold Rumsey's Lighthouse Club on Hermosa Beach. Originally a Riverside recording the seven item master tape migrated to Capitol Records in 1963 and is now a valuable Capitol Jazz re-issue. This is a really important CD - a 'maturing' of Victor Feldman's piano style and compositions (Azule Serape/Exodus), a clearly tightly knit combo with the then new soul jazz style and the superb soloing talents of the leader. Whilst alternative versions of most tracks (the others are: Sack 'o woe, Big "P", Blue Daniel, What is this thing called love and Our Delight) can be found in Cannonball's repertoire these are ALL fine examples. Recomended.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Foster on 6 Oct 2006
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This album is amazing - beautiful soloing from the whole band, great compositions, wonderfully recorded. Classic, swinging, bluesy, soulful Cannonball. I've loved it for years and I'm only writing a review because no-one else has yet and it throughly deserves 5 stars along with the other Cannonball stuff! Pick it up and enjoy!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lincoln on 11 Nov 2011
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I share the views of the other 'positive' reviewers, this is a land mark album in jazz, returning the introspective, esoteric jazz that it had in many ways become to once again an exciting, happy and approachable art. I must mention Victor Feldman, the English pianist who 'made it' in the states. Listen to his wonderful solo on Sack O' Woe, his vamping bass line which is driving the group along is carried into his solo and the way he becomes 'the bass' during the bass solo, great stuff. Proving that here was one Englishman at least,who could live with, and thrive, in the home of jazz with the top practitioners of the day. Well done Victor.

I have nothing against introspective jazz by the way, love it, but like Wynton Marsalis today it is always good to remember it's roots and raison d'etre
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. Bendel on 4 Sep 2011
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This is as close as I shall ever get to being able to hear again the group that I saw perform in
London in the early sixties. Apart from Feldman replacing Timmons - these were the men I
heard that wonderful evening and the album is great.
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