Cecil Taylor Quartet:
It's about magic. And capturing spirits.
(Cecil Taylor - Liner notes)
Recorded in 1955
Cecil Taylor piano Steve Lacy soprano saxophone (2,4) Buell Neidlinger bass (except 5) Dennis Charles drums (except 5)
|1/||Bemsha Swing||Thelonious Monk, Best||7:23|
|2/||Charge' Em Blues||Cecil Taylor||11:02|
|5/||You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To||Cole Porter||9:14|
|6/||Rick Kick Shaw||Cecil Taylor||6:03|
|7/||Sweet And Lovely||Arnheim, Tobias, Lamare||6:35|
Recorded in Boston on September 14, 1956 (or December 10, 1955 according to the Blue Note reissue BN-LA 458 h3 and Steve Lacy himself [interview]).
Digital transfer by Malcolm Addey (Blue Note reissue).
Producer: Tom Wilson for Transition Records. Blue Note reissue produced by Michael Cuscuna.
Notes: In Transition includes both Jazz Advance and Love For Sale (1959). Track (7) is missing on the Transition CD pressing (TOCJ-5888).