Sonic Boom - Lee Morgan - Sonic Boom (CD, Album)

Newman 's solo has an edgy urgency not usually associated with him. Walton plays wild, syncopated chords in the middle, to which Higgins reacts by triple-timing the band. On the session, Morgan 's charts are even more expansive.

Coleman 's "Free Flow" is blues that has mutated into a post-bop cavalcade of sonances and intervals. Mabern 's "Mr. Johnson" is a minor-key masterpiece with the front line playing a long, loping melody that enters the harmonic frame of Cuban folk music and son.

Coleman 's solo is one of the most emotionally wrought in his recorded oeuvre. Conversely, Priester 's "The Stroker" is a funky, Latin-tinged swinger with a lovely, physical solo by the trombonist and Morgan plays some gorgeous fills as Roker bottles up the middle eight before splitting the tune wide open in its last two minutes. Despite the great differences in approach, these two sessions complement each other well; Morgan fans would be well advised to snag this one before Blue Note yanks it from the catalog once more.

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Sonic Boom, an Album by Lee Morgan. Released in October on Blue Note (catalog no. LT; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Lee Morgan (trumpet), David "Fathead" Newman (tenor saxophone), Cedar Walton (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Billy Higgins (drums).

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  1. Trumpeter Lee Morgan's "Sonic Boom" is an enjoyable disc, but it didn't quite live up to the hype I'd built up for it. "Sonic Boom" is actually two sessions. The first six tracks, comprising the original album, were recorded on April 14 & 28, , but not released until /5(15).
  2. Sonic Boom is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on April 14 & 28 with the CD reissue adding tracks recorded on September 12 & October 10, which were first released on the original double LP edition of The Procrastinator. The album now includes performances by Morgan with two line-ups/5(94).
  3. Lee Morgan: Sonic Boom ‎ (CD, Album, SHM) Blue Note: UCCQ Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(11).
  4. The version of Lee Morgan 's Sonic Boom was recorded in , was not released until , and then was quickly deleted. When it was reissued on CD in the s, it was only in print for a short time as well. While one might think the third time is the charm, you'd have to reconsider.
  5. Sonic Boom was not released until and then remained in print only for a brief time before eventually being reissued years later.
  6. Sonic Boom is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on April 14 & 28 with the CD reissue adding tracks recorded on September 12 & October 10, which were first released on the original double LP edition of The kasupptomalecga.erecriconfutaravareclaconna.co album now includes performances by Morgan with two line-ups.
  7. Sonic Boom by Morgan, Lee () Audio CD Import. ce vint-deuxième album de Lee Morgan fut réédité en avec sept pistes ajoutées, enregistrées les 12 septembre et 10 octobre , et parues à l'origine sur le double vinyle original The Procrastinator. /5(14).
  8. I had at least a dozen Lee Morgan releases plus more that Lee contributed to such as the Art Blakey Jazz Messengers catalog. But I didn't have this one, Sonic Boom. I'd heard it was Lee's best. I wasnt disappointed. However, in reality every one of his albums is a best. You can't go wrong with this immensely talented musician/5(14).

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