What's Not (5:54) Personnel: Teo Macero - ts Teddy Charles - vib Mal Waldron - p Addison Farmer - b Jerry Segal - d Re. Hackensack, NY, April 27, 1957. Digital remastering, 1992 - Phil De Lancie (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley). Об альбоме (сборнике). Originally released by Prestige Records, this CD was released in 1992 by Original Jazz Classics/Fantasy Jazz and is remastered by Phil de Lancie. This CD reissue features tenor saxophonist Teo Macero (who would later become much better known as a record producer) in as straight-ahead a setting as he ever appeared. With stimulating support from pianist Mal Waldron, vibraphonist Teddy Charles, bassist Addison Farmer, and drummer Jerry Segal, Macero performs a variety of then-recent ballads, of which only "Star Eyes" (arranged by Hall Overton) did not come from Teo or his associates.
Tenor Saxophone – Teo Macero. Vibraphone, Supervised By – Teddy Charles. Teo Macero With The Prestige Jazz Quartet. Teo Macero With The Prestige Jazz Quartet - Teo (LP, Album, Mono).
Album: Teo. Teo Macero, Teo Macero With The Prestige Jazz Quartet: best 2 tracks. Teo Macero - L'embrace Fusion, 1999 03:49. Teo Macero - For A Dream For A Dream, 1999 04:33. Artist: Teo Macero Teo Macero With The Prestige Jazz Quartet.
This CD reissue features tenor saxophonist Teo Macero (who would later become much better known as a record producer) in as straight-ahead a setting as he ever appeared. The music is advanced but from the jazz tradition, and overall this set is more noteworthy for Macero's interesting playing than for the tunes.
Track Selection: "What's Not" - a ballad PRLP 7104 Teo Macero with the Prestige Jazz Quartet: Teo Macero (ts) Teddy Charles (vib) Mal Waldron (p) Addison Farmer (b) Jerry Segal (d) Recorded NYC 27th April 1957, this release by UK Esquire with alternative cover to the original, below: Macero earns the Cook and Morton pithy soubriquet "remains little know. One of the pleasures of jazz is simply taste and try. How else did you come to like all your present favourites? Macero has a relaxed yet piquant tone that is distinctive, just like every one elses does. Each player has his own voice, despite playing the same instrument and being influenced by the same heritage of players.
Teo Macero With the Prestige Jazz Quartet.