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Lee Morgan Volume 3
1957: Lee Morgan (trumpet), Gigi Gryce (alto sax, flute), Benny Golson (tenor sax), Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Charlie Persip (drums). LP from Doxy.



Lee Morgan Candy
Legendary 1958 session: Lee Morgan (trumpet), Sonny Clark (piano), Doug Watkins (bass), Art Taylor (drums).




Lee Morgan The Rumproller
Lee Morgan (trumpet), Joe Henderson (tenor sax), Ronnie Mathews (piano), Victor Sproles (bass), Billy Higgins (drums).




Lee Morgan Tom Cat
From 1964 with Curtis Fuller, Jackie McLean, McCoy Tyner, Bob Cranshaw and Art Blakey.




Lee Morgan Lee--Way
With Bobby Timmons (piano), Jackie McLean (alto sax), Paul Chambers (bass), Art Blakey (drums).




Lee Morgan The Sidewinder
Lee Morgan (trumpet), Joe Henderson (tenor sax), Barry Harris (piano), Bob Cranshaw (bass), Billy Higgins (drums).




Lee Morgan Taru
The forward-looking line-up includes George Benson and Bennie Maupin. A couple of classic boogaloos; more searching compositions by John Hicks and Cal Massey. Original Liberty LP pressing.



Horace Parlan Happy Frame Of Mind
Alongside Grant Green, Booker Ervin and Johnny Coles, no less, outward bound in 1963. You can hear in his wonderful playing that the Mingus pianist had polio as a kid, partially crippling his right hand.




Duke Pearson The Phantom
Crucial, avant, Latin jazz classic, Bobby Hutcherson alongside Patato Valdez; a key Blue Note reissued by Heavenly Sweetness.



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Ike Quebec It Might As Well Be Spring
Ike Quebec (tenor sax), Freddie Roach (organ), Milt Hinton (bass), Al Harewood (drums).




Reuben Wilson Love Bug
Trying to figure out a way through soul jazz, in 1969, with a great band Lee Morgan, George Coleman, Idris Muhammad and some hot Grant Green.