Dexter Gordon had been living in Europe for several years when he recorded One Flight Up, one of his
masterpieces, in Paris in 1964. It's all here: Dexter's magnificently huge sound, Donald Byrd in peak form on
trumpet, the sophistication of pianist Kenny Drew, the brilliance of the then-teenaged bass phenom Niels-Henning
Orsted Pederson and the rock-steady swing of drummer Art Taylor. Blue Note Tone Poet Series features all-analog,
remastered 180-gram vinyl in deluxe gatefold packaging.
1.Tanya, 1.Coppin' The Haven 2.Darn That Dream
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