Houston Person - Something Personal (2015)

Published On: 12-11-2015, 10:14

Houston Person - Something Personal (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 63:14 min | 147 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Highnote Records

Houston Person still remembers the day in 1950 that changed his life. He was a typical 16-year-old in his hometown of Florence, SC. He sang in the high-school choir and glee club, but he was mostly interested in football and basketball. Then, Christmas morning, his parents gave him a surprise gift: a tenor saxophone. Several decades, hundreds of albums, and thousands of concerts later, his life and career remain centered around the tenor sax.
When it comes to soul-jazz, Person has been at the top of the genre for more years than he may care to admit. Through all the different styles coursing through those decades -- from hard bop, through fusion, to avant-garde -- Person has been steadfast in his dedication. All of Houston Person's trademarks are present on his newest recording. With the phenomenal vibes of Steve Nelson and the top-flight rhythm section -- ably led by pianist John di Martino -- Houston & Co. caress the ballads with lush melodicism and swing heartily through the up-tempo numbers.


01. The Second Time Around 07:40
02. Crazy He Calls Me 05:02
03. I'm Afraid the Masquerade is Over 05:12
04. The Way We Were 07:44
05. Guilty 07:04
06. Change Partners 06:00
07. Teardrops From My Eyes 05:52
08. Something Personal 04:51
09. On The Sunny Side of the Street 04:00
10. I Remember Clifford 09:55


Houston Person - Tenor Saxophone
Steve Nelson - Vibes
John di Martino - Piano
James Chirillo - Guitar
Ray Drummond - Bass
Lewis Nash - Drums
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