Phil Urso - The Philosophy Of Urso album
Tracks B5-B6: PHIL URSO accompanied by BOBBY BANKS Phil Urso, tenor sax; Bobby Banks, organ. Recorded at Van Gelder’s Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, February 18, 1954 from the 12 LP The Philosophy of Urso (Savoy MG 12056). Tracks B1-B6: from the 12 LP The Philosophy of Urso (Savoy MG 12056) Side B. SUMMARY: 1953/54 12 LP The Philosophy of Urso (Savoy MG 12056)
SOURCES CD 2: from the LP THE PHILOSOPHY OF URSO (Savoy MG 12056) from the LP SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (Regent MG 6003) from the 10 LP THE NEW OSCAR PETTIFORD SEXTET (Debut DLP 8). Thanks to snobb for the addition. The Philosophy of Urso - Phil Urso's 1953-1959 Sessions Fresh Sound Records (FSRCD 889) 2016.
Phil Urso (2 October 1925, Jersey City, New Jersey - 7 April 2008, Denver, Colorado) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Our awesome collection of. Promoted Songs.
The Philosophy of Urso - Phil Urso's 1953-1959 Sessions. Before their first album together in 1956, jazz fans first noticed Urso in 1949 after his solos on Elevation and Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea with Elliot Lawrence s orchestra. By 1953, he merited serious consideration as one of the most consistently rewarding of the younger tenors. His tone and approach was in the Lester e tradition, but he had his own identifiable voice.
The Philosophy of Urso by Phil Urso. Reissue of Urso and Brookmeyer as a 12" LP with five extra tracks.
Phil Urso towers among the premier tenor saxophonists of the cool jazz era - his whispery, exquisitely nuanced phrasing graces now-classic records by West Coast giants like Chet Baker, Bob Brookmeyer, and Gerry Mulligan. Born October 2, 1925, in Jersey City, NJ, Urso grew up in Denver, and began p. .debut LP, The Philosophy of Urso, the following year. After a session behind an up-and-coming Charles Mingus (later collected on the Complete Debut Recordings box set), Urso spent late 1953 and early 1954 touring behind Miles Davis before earning second billing on the Savoy release Bob Brookmeyer with Phil Urso. Around that same time he began the collaboration that defines his career, teaming with trumpeter Chet Baker for a series of landmark Pacific Jazz dates that embody the sound and spirit of the West Coast aesthetic.
|A4||Three Little Words|
|A5||My Heart Stood Still|
|A7||This Can't Be Love|
|B3||Don't Take Your Love From Me|
|B4||She's Funny That Way|
|B6||Where or When|
- Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Producer – Ozzie Cadena
NotesSavoy Mono LP with deep groove on red/silver labels.
Session originally recorded in 1953. Remastered for LP release by Van Gelder.
Re-released in Japan in 1991.
|MG-12056||Phil Urso||The Philosophy Of Urso (LP, Album, Mono)||Savoy Records||MG-12056||US||1955|
|KIJJ-2055, MG-12056||Phil Urso||The Philosophy Of Urso (LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE)||Savoy Records, Savoy Records||KIJJ-2055, MG-12056||Japan||1991|