6 thoughts on “ Smokin - Hank Mobley - Workout ”

  1. Jun 05,  · Track Selection 1. Smokin' Track Selection 2. Greasin' Easy Artists Hank Mobley (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Grant Green (g) Paul Chambers (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) recorded Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 26, Music Here is one articulate and perceptive comment on another blog which posted links to this Mobley album (with.
  2. Henry "Hank" Mobley (July 7, – May 30, ) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the "middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone", a metaphor used to describe his tone, that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz, and his style that was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially.
  3. Aug 15,  · This is one of the best-known Hank Mobley recordings, and for good reason. Although none of his four originals (“Workout,” “Uh Huh,” “Smokin’,” “Greasin’ Easy”) caught on, the fine saxophonist is in top form. He jams on the four tunes, plus “The Best Things in Life Are Free,” with an all-star quintet of young modernists.
  4. Feb 07,  · ‎Album · · 6 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  5. "Smokin'" by Hank Mobley Smokin' Hank Mobley. Workout. Blue Note Records. Mobley. Hear it free on these channels: Straight Ahead Jazz. The 'lingua franca' of the jam session: 4/4 time and walking bass. Blue Note Records. The recorded legacy of Jazz music’s greatest record company.
  6. Jan 25,  · Workout features “The Best Things in Life Are Free” and “Three Coins in the Fountain”. This is one of the best-known Hank Mobley recordings, and for good reason. Although none of his four originals (“Workout,” “Uh Huh,” “Smokin’,” “Greasin’ Easy”) caught on, the fine saxophonist is in top form.

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