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From in to Out is a live set from what was probably a one-off group of Dizzy Reece on trumpet, John Gilmore (doing a bit of freelancing on an Arkestra tour of Europe) on tenor, Siegfried Kessler on piano, and a rhythm section of Patrice Caratini on bass and Art Taylor on drums. Side one has a very Coltrane-esque feel, thanks mostly to Kessler's McCoy Tyner-isms and the driving rhythms of Art Taylor. Reece solos first, followed by Gilmore and Kessler, before moving into a brief unaccompanied bass solo. Side two has the band shifting into an odd-meter groove, strongly reminiscent of "Dancing Girls" from Pete La Roca's Turkish Women at the Bath (another rare foray outside the Arkestra for Gilmore).
Alphonso Son "Dizzy" Reece (born 5 January 1931) is a Jamaican-born hard bop jazz trumpeter. Reece is among a group of jazz musicians born in Jamaica which includes Bertie King, Joe Harriott, Roland Alphonso, Wilton Gaynair, Sonny Bradshaw and Tommy McCook, trombonist Don Drummond, pianist Monty Alexander, bassist Coleridge Goode, guitarist Ernest Ranglin and percussionists Count Ossie and Lloyd Knibb.
As Dizzy Reece's first album for Blue Note, Blues in Trinity goes a long way to establish the trumpeter's signature sound. Reece doesn't take chances stylistically; he prefers to stay within the confines of hard bop. Nevertheless, he has a bold, forceful sound that simply burns with passion. Even on slower numbers, there's a fire to his playing that keeps Blues in Trinity from being predictable. The high quality of the album is even more impressive given the recording circumstances.
Reece’s final album for Blue Note is two separate sessions. Dizzy reece - from in to out new CD. Artist: REECE,DIZZY. Title: DIZZY REECE - FROM IN TO OUT NEW CD. Format: CD. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
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A Jamaican who came to New York via London, Reece released several albums in England during the mid-1950s that led to his 1958 Blue Note debut on Blues in Trinity. He followed with Star Bright in 1959, played congas on Art Blakey's Africaine, and in April 1960 laid down the first five tracks of this CD using the Jazz Messenger's rhythm section.
From the album Manhattan Project (BeeHive) Dizzy Reece (t) Clifford Jordan, Charles Davis (ts) Albert Dailey (p) Art Davis (b) Roy Haynes (d). Recorded at B. .com. ers-6-dizzy-reece/. Obscure Trumpet Masters - Dizzy Reece. Dizzy Reece There’s a great trumpeter over in England, a guy who’s got soul and originality and above all, who’s not afraid to blow with fire curtjazz. Dizzy Reece added 2 new photos. 7 January 2014 ·. Dizzy Reece.