180-Gram Colored Virgin Vinyl (Blue)
Includes 1 Bonus Track
PENGUIN GUIDE TO JAZZ
“January 4, 1956: Clifford Brown, Max Roach, Sonny Rollins, Richie Powell and George Morrow met up in a New York studio to record At Basin Street, which would be the group’s final album. That summer, Clifford Brown and Richie Powell died in a tragic car accident. This final testimony is one of the most exciting records from a quintet which was like very few others.”
1. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE? 7:33
2. LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING 4:17
3. I’LL REMEMBER APRIL 9:13
1. POWELL’S PRANCES 3:28
2. TIME 5:03
3. THE SCENE IS CLEAN 6:05
4. GERTRUDE’S BOUNCE 4:09
5. I FEEL A SONG COMING ON 5:15*
CLIFFORD BROWN, trumpet
SONNY ROLLINS, tenor sax
RICHIE POWELL, piano
GEORGE MORROW, bass
MAX ROACH, drums
B1 & B4: New York, January 4, 1956.
A1-A3, B2 & B3: New York, February 16, 1956.
Original sessions produced by Bob Shad.
Same personnel. Hackensack, New Jersey, March 22, 1956.