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Letter From Home - excerpt 1
Letter From Home - excerpt 2
File under: BopHard Bop

Eddie Jefferson

Letter From Home (LP)

Label: Honey Pie Records

Format: LP

Genre: Jazz

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Released on Riverside records in 1962, "Letter from Home" was the debut album of Jazz vocalist Eddie Jefferson. Often credited as the founder of vocalese, Jefferson wrote memorable lyrics to classic jazz standards including "Parker's Mood.", "Lady Be Good," "So What," "Freedom Jazz Dance,"...  Eddie Jefferson is backed here by a bunch of Jazz heavyweights, all at the top of their game. Among them: tenor sax masters Johnny Griffin and James Moody, trumpeter Clark Terry, pianists, Winton Kelly, and Joe Zawinul, bassist Sam Jones, and two hyper swinging drummers, Louis Hayes and Osie Johnson. This is an often underrated vocal Jazz album, a hidden gem ready to be unearthed.

File under: BopHard Bop
Cat. number: HONEY004
Year: 2020