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An outstanding first album, OPEN SESAME stands up to Hubbard's excellent latter-day recordings.
Recorded in 1960, OPEN SESAME features a stellar band that includes pianist McCoy Tyner and saxophonist Tina Brooks. An outstanding first album, OPEN SESAME stands up to Hubbard's excellent latter-day recordings.
Open Sesame is the debut album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard released on the Blue Note label in 1960 as BST 84040. It features performances by Hubbard, Tina Brooks, McCoy Tyner, Sam Jones and Clifford Jarvis. It was remastered in 2001 by Rudy Van Gelder. The Penguin Guide to Jazz has included Open Sesame as part of a selected "Core Collection," and has summarized the album as "a great Blue Note se. Open Sesame" (Brooks) - 7:11. But Beautiful" (Burke, Van Heusen) - 6:26. Gypsy Blue" (Brooks) - 6:28.
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On Open Sesame, Hubbard shows how well he could play both driving .
On Open Sesame, Hubbard shows how well he could play both driving hard bop and contemplative ballads. Open Sesame also demonstrates Hubbards emerging compositional abilities with 'Hubs Nu. " - John Crossett, ww. heaudiobeat. com, 4/5 Music, 4/5 Sound. If you love Blue Note jazz but not the sound of Blue Note's RVG CD reissues (you're not alone), these discs - along with all of the others in Audio Wave's growing series - will let you realize everything that Blue Note had to offer musically and sonically. John Crossett, ww. I recommend these highly.
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Freddie Hubbard - Open Sesame
Freddie Hubbard – Open Sesame
Label: Audio Wave – AWMXR-0012
Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, XRCD
Released: 1960 - RVG 2010
Style: Post Bop
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1 Open Sesame 7:10
2 But Beautiful 6:24
3 Gypsy Blue 6:21
4 All Or Nothing At All 5:33
5 One Mint Julep 6:01
6 Hub's Nub 6:52
7 Open Sesame (Alternate Take) 7:15
8 Gypsy Blue (Alternate Take) 7:30
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Piano – McCoy Tyner
Tenor Saxophone – Tina Brooks
Bass – Sam Jones
Drums – Clifford Jarvis
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A fitful way to start would be Hubbard's first album as a leader, Open Sesame. Recorded in 1960, it is not only a very good record, it dramatizes history in the making. The trumpeter was not unknown then, but he was still in his early years; so was pianist McCoy Tyner, for whom a momentous association with John Coltrane was just around the corner. Indeed, the best-known musician at the time of this recording was bassist Sam Jones, and while he went on to bigger things with Cannonball Adderley and then Oscar Peterson, it was Hubbard and Tyner who would emerge as unambiguously major figures. That by rights should also have characterized tenorist Tina Brooks, but this superb player (his work on "But Beautiful" here is exquisite) never got the recognition he deserved, dying almost forgotten in 1974 at the age of 42. Further highlights include the leader's "Hub's Nub" and the two takes apiece of the title track and "Gypsy Blue," both excellent compositions by Brooks. Mention should also be made of drummer Clifford Jarvis, a young lion steeped in Blakey, and Rudy Van Gelder's predictably flawless engineering. The music both invigorates and enchants.
It's 1960. Freddy Hubbard still looks like a teen-ager. It's his first feature recording. His sidemen? An unknown pianist named McCoy Tyner (who would become Coltrane's accompanist, one of the great keyboard stylists). For tenor, try the new kid from North Carolina, Tina Brooks, who sounds like a reborn Lester Young. Delighted with their invitation to record for Blue Note, they blow fresh and clear with no pretension, and probably have no idea they're making a classic.
This set is deftly re-mastered by the great Rudy Van Gelder. Buy it NOW if you care about modern jazz or even about history. The blowing is tight, passionate yet cool. It shimmers with an innocence all too fragile, since Tina Brooks would self-destruct after only a handful of recordings and Hubbard would never find such clarity and lightness again. Brooks' compositions ('Open Sesame' and 'Gypsy Blue') are eloquent bop structures based in the blues with a Horace Silver tinge. They're destined to enter the canon of great bop recordings. Of no less merit is the funky Rudolph Toombs composition, 'One Mint Julip'. Hubbard's own 'Hub & Nub' gets a sharp treatment, as good as any later version. And the two ballads ('But Beautiful', 'All Or Nothing At All') are treated with maturity and lyricism. This CD has alternate takes of Brooks' compositions, as finely crafted as the other two versions.
We have an important addition to the canon of classic bebop here, no less beautiful for its youth and innocence. Right up there with Lee Morgan's 'Sidewinder' and Hancock's 'Takin' Off.' Rarely does such rediscovery come to us! And if you're a tenor sax player like me, here's a precious footnote to the short tragic history of Tina Brooks, who would have been a titan had he stayed this fresh and avoided the addictions that ruined so many of his troubled generation