Stolen Moments (2:58)

Cover of Broadway the Hard Way

From Broadway the Hard Way

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  • TOMHINKLE57

    ETIOLOGY NOT BEING A MAJOR CONCERN, IT JUST HAS CLASSY JAZ ALL OVER IT AND I LIKE THAT CLASSY GUY.

    22 Mar 2013 Reply
  • MusicMagic77

    This "lame and conventional soloing" as you wrote below is the cover of Oliver Nelson's composition. The piece first appeared as "The Stolen Moment" on the 1960 album "Trane Whistle" by Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, which was largely written and co-arranged by Oliver Nelson. It was not marked out as anything special, in fact the covernotes only mention that the trumpet solo is by Bob Bryant and that Eric Dolphy's bass clarinet can be heard briefly on the closing. However, in the liner notes to Eric Dolphy: The Complete Prestige Recordings, Bill Kirchner states that this incorrectly credits Dolphy with playing what's actually the baritone saxophone of George Barrow, with Dolphy's contribution to the piece being the 2nd alto behind Nelson. Its first well-known recording was the version on Nelson's own 1961 album The Blues and the Abstract Truth. Nelson's solo on this version contains "possibly the most famous" use of the augmented scale in jazz.

    5 Apr 2012 Reply
  • sermonis

    lame and conventional soloing

    6 Sep 2010 Reply
  • AGuitarSolo

    Awesome track.

    4 Jun 2009 Reply

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