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Tom Harrell is widely recognized as one of the most creative and uncompromising jazz instrumentalists and composers of our time. He is a frequent winner in Down Beat and Jazz Times magazines' Critics and Readers Polls and a Grammy nominee. Harrell is also a Trumpeter of the Year nominee for the 2010 Jazz Journalists Association Awards. Each of Harrell’s 24 albums has found its way ... Read more in Amazon's Tom Harrell Store

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  • Audio CD (23 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Import
  • Label: Ojc
  • ASIN: B0000CABLY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 428,950 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Eons
2. Glass Mystery
3. Dream In June
4. Sail Away
5. Buffalo Wings
6. It Always Is
7. Dancing Trees
8. Hope St.
9. April Mist
10. Visions Of Gaudi

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Johnson on 10 Nov. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Tom Harrell is new to me. I came across one of his tunes (It always is) in a real book and bought the cd to hear it played. I'm hooked on Harrell now. The album is Harrell's first as a leader after leaving altoist Phil Wood's quintet after a six year stint. Harrell's original tunes, like Wayne Shorter's are well constructed but stretch the musical form. Harrell's playing is inventive and warm-toned. He is supported on this album by the great tenor man Joe Lovano and pianist James Williams who complements the tracks with some deft playing. For me the stars though (apart from Harrell) are John Abercrombie on guitar and guitar/synth and the wonderful Adam Nussbaum on drums. A great album seriously recommended to all jazz fans.
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This purchase was to replace a lost copy of this fine musical.
It offers great performances from the entire cast, with a stellar performance from the inimitable Elaine Stritch. The Noel Coward score includes some amusing point numbers, a couple of pleasant ballads and Stritch's show stopping "Why do the Wrong People Travel?"
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By Keith dean on 8 Feb. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love t his cd & was introduced to it some years ago , & once had it copied from vinyl to cassette .
The cd arrived very quickly thanks
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Superlative, Wonderful Jazz! 26 Jan. 2004
By Bernard - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I'm surprised no-one has reviewed this wonderful album yet! It's going to be a real treat for you if you haven't heard this one! It was first released in 1989 and at that time, as I recall, was given either 4 or 5 stars in Downbeat; which was where I first heard about it. I found a Japanese import copy in a small music store, and haven't been able to find a Japanese person to interpret the liner notes until now!
In a nutshell, this is a superb session, with a classic quintet sound on most tracks, and Tom's fine compositions and arrangements; not unlike the work he had done before this with Phil Woods, and also on his own albums prior to this one. This album is definitely one of Tom's finest. For those not entirely thrilled with his more recent large and small ensemble works, this great session should be checked out immediately!
Tom plays mostly trumpet throughout, but uses the "big horn" on the title track. The other solists share duties throughout the album. For me this is not too much of a distraction, but it might be for some who may prefer a more uniform sound throughout an entire session. Joe Lovano and John Abercrombie alternate as the other main soloist, and there's two tracks with Dave Liebman on soprano as well. I've never really enjoyed the flute, but Cheryl Pyle also flutters in effectively for an appearance on one track.
The rhythm section on this session is absolutely outstanding! They are really cooking right from Adam Nussbaum's drum solo-intro to the first track! He's fired up for sure! But so are bassist Ray Drummond, and pianist James Williams; who was a revelation to me on this album. His playing is just wonderful.
Tom Harrell has penned some great tunes throughout his career, and a couple of them can be found on this album. The title track for instance, is a really nice bossa with some lovely flugelhorn playing from Tom, and some fine work from John Abercrombie. 'It Always Is' is another classic track, but they are ALL very good.
The last two tracks on this recently reissued version were not originally released on Sail Away, but were previously only available on the unreleased-tunes compilation album 'Visions'. They belong here though, because they were recorded with these musicians, and at the same time as the other tracks; and they're both great tracks! What a wonderful bonus!
I could go on, but all in all this really enjoyable album is a swinging, lyrical excursion into the modern Jazz heartland. Love Jazz? Like Tom Harrell? Check this out!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Here you go... 9 Feb. 2004
By Mark Andrew Lawrence - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Whoever wrote the comment below is correct. For reference I have listed the tracks from this original Broadway cast album of SAIL AWAY below. This recording is now out-of-print but the London cast (also starring Elaine Stritch) is available and worthy substitute. (The song "The Little Ones' ABC on this Broadway cast album is NOT on the London cast. Instead it has the song "Bronxville Darby and Joan.")
SAIL AWAY - 1961 Original Broadway cast
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great intro to master trumpeter Tom Harrell 18 Jan. 2009
By Dennis W. Wong - Published on
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This disc was my introduction to the genius of Tom Harrell and it was also one of his first solo ventures after leaving the esteemed quintet of Phil Woods. Backing him on tenor saxophone and soprano sax are two of the best on their instruments on separate tracks, Joe Lovano and Dave Liebman. The late James Williams glows on piano but it's Tom's playing and compositions that will grab you. The late recently departed Freddie Hubbard remarked that Tom Harrell is one of the few horns he listens to in an interview he gave over a year ago.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Another Camelot? 25 May 2008
By Robert Ray - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This was once described by a critic as "an ice cream" of a musical. Not quite sure what he meant (cool and sticky?), but I love it. I saw the original Australian production with Maggie Fitzgibbon, and it was wonderful theatre. Saw it a few times. A wonderful effect as the ocean liner sailed away at the start of the show ..... The recording is great fun, and Stritchie has never been better. Coward was disappointed it wasn't quite the hit that "Camelot" was as he thought it just as good a show. I am sure you will enjoy it - grab it if you can.
Good as New 21 Aug. 2014
By Tutu in Hawaii - Published on
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Saw the show (pre-Broadway) many years ago in Phila. and this was a wonderful way to "see" it again. Thank you for making this available.
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