Engineer – Dino Lappas. Liner Notes – David Liebman. Mixed By – Malcolm Addey. Producer – George Butler. Reissue Producer – David Liebman, Matt Pierson. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Steve Grossman. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – David Liebman. Recorded Live at The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California on September 9, 1972. Tracks 3, 6 & 7 are previously unissued bonus tracks.
Drummer Elvin Jones' 45th birthday (September 9, 1972) was a good excuse to record his group of the period. The results were originally released as a double-LP and have been reissued as two CDs with over an hour of new music added. Jones' pianoless quartet features two masterful saxophonists (both doubling on tenor and soprano) who at the time sounded very close to John Coltrane.
Live At The Lighthouse. By: Elvin Jones (1972, Jazz). More albums from Elvin Jones: Together by Elvin Jones. The Wide Point by Elvin Jones. Jazz In Concert At The Village Gate by Elvin Jones. It Don’t Mean A Thin. y Elvin Jones. Together! by Elvin Jones. Heart To Heart by Elvin Jones. Youngblood by Elvin Jones. Poly-Currents by Elvin Jones.
Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, released on the Blue Note label. The album features a quintet of Morgan, Bennie Maupin, Harold Mabern, Jymie Merritt, and Mickey Roker, recorded at the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach, California in July 1970. Jack DeJohnette replaces Roker on drums on "Speedball. Recording of the album began on Morgan's 32nd birthday (July 10, 1970)
Elvin Jones – Elvin Ray Jones was an American jazz drummer of the post-bop era. He showed an interest in drums at an age, watching the circus bands march by his familys home in Pontiac. He served in the United States Army from 1946 to 1949 and he moved to New York City in 1955 and worked as a sideman for Charles Mingus, Teddy Charles, Bud Powell and Miles Davis. From 1960 to 1966 he was a member of the John Coltrane quartet, following his work with Coltrane, Jones led several small groups, some under the name The Elvin Jones Jazz Machine. The two-volume Live at the Lighthouse showcases a 21- and 26-year-old Steve Grossman and Dave Liebman, Jones played on many significant albums of the modal jazz era, such as The Real McCoy with McCoy Tyner and saxophonist Wayne Shorters Speak No Evil.
Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by jazz drummer Elvin Jones featuring performances recorded in 1972 at the Lighthouse Café in California, and released on the Blue Note label. The album was originally released as a double LP and subsequently released on two CDs with additional material. Oh no, there's been an error. Fancy Free" (Donald Byrd) - 21:06.
Info for Live At The Lighthouse. Drummer Elvin Jones' 45th birthday (September 9, 1972) was a good excuse to record his group of the period.