The Soul Of Jazz – Three Original Riverside Albums on 3CDs

Artist: Various Artists
Format: 3CD
Bar-code: 5060342022271
Cat No: NOT3CD227


Riverside Records, during its ten-year history, established itself as one of the most important of all the specialist jazz
record labels to emerge in post-war America. With a roster that included Cannonball Adderley, Johnny Griffin, Bill
Evans, Wes Montgomery and Thelonious Monk, Riverside was perceived as a byword for quality and deemed a
rival to Blue Note and Prestige. It closed in 1964. This is their soulful legacy.

CD 1


1. I’m Getting Sentimental Over You ~ Thelonious Monk
2. Mister Walker ~ Wes Montgomery
3. Wade In The Water ~ Johnny Griffin’s Big Soul-Band
4. Pretty Memory ~ Nat Adderley
5. Stella B. ~ Bobby Timmons
6. Del Sasser ~ Cannonball Adderley
7. Peri’s Scope ~ Bill Evans Trio
8. Blue Soul ~ Blue Mitchell
9. New Keep ~ Jimmy Heath
10. Something Different ~ The Jazz Brothers (Mangione Brothers Sextet)

CD 2


1. Pannonica ~ Thelonious Monk
2. Old Clothes ~ Wynton Kelly
3. Warming Up ~ Billy Taylor
4. Bloke’s Blues ~ Victor Feldman
5. Pretty Memory ~ Bobby Timmons
6. Peace Piece ~ Bill Evans
7. Lolita ~ Barry Harris
8. See What I Mean? ~ Dick Morgan

CD 3


1. Max Roach (Solo Taken From Sonny Rollins’ ‘Freedom Suite’)
2. Philly Joe Jones (Solo Taken From Philly Joe Jones’ ‘Tribal Message’)
3. Charlie Persip (With Johnny Griffin’s Big Soul Band)
4. Elvin Jones (Solo Taken From Barry Harris’ ‘Preminado’)
5. Louis Hayes (With Nat Adderley)
6. Albert Heath (With Clifford Jordan)
7. Kenny Clarke (Taken From Thelonious Monk’s ‘Caravan’)
8. Art Blakey (Solo Taken From Bobby Timmons’ ‘Soul Time’)
9. Max Roach (Solo Taken From Max Roach’s ‘Conversation’)
10. Philly Joe Jones (And His Band)
11. Jimmy Cobb (Solo Taken From Bobby Timmons’ ‘Easy Does It’)
12. Arthur Taylor (With Clark Terry)
13 Ben Riley (With Johnny Griffin)
14. Billy Higgins (With Dave Pike)