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Jazz Hoot/Woody's Winners
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twenty years ago. I then made the fatal error of lending it to
someone and have not seen it or him since! To finally find the
album re released on CD is fantastic and listening to it again it
still remains in my opinion one of the best and most exciting Big
Band albums ever recorded.
As a trumpet player myself I may be a bit biased but the stars of
the recording are the trumpet section led by the late great Bill
Chase. The opening track,23 Red is a phenomenal chase (no pun)
with three of the trumpet players trying to blow each other off the stand,and that pace never lets up throughout the album.
There is excitement in every number,all the sections sound really
tight and together and as well as all the fantastic trumpet solos
the sax soloists Sal Nistico and Gary Klein are on top form.
This is a live recording and the feeling conveyed throughout is of a band who are really enjoying themselves. The same band recorded much of the same material in a concert Live from Antibes a year or so later and whilst that album is very good it doesn't quite convey the same sense of excitement as Woodys Winners and the trumpets don't quite hit their solos with the same precision and swing.
As far as the Jazz Hoot album is concerned, The Duck and Boopsie are particularly naff. Sidewinder could do without the vocal from the leader and Mardis Gras sounds a bit like a sequence dance for Come Dancing! Apart from that the rest of the album is
okay with more great trumpet work from Bill Chase on I Can't Get
Started and good versions of Satin Doll,Watermelon Man and Jazz
Hoot.Read more ›