Lee Morgan records ‘Delightfulee Morgan’ with Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner et al (1966)

Lee Morgan‘s ‘Delightfulee Morgan’ is an album, recorded on April 8 & May 27, 1966, with Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner, Bob Cranshaw and Billy Higgins plus a big band and reelased in 1967 by Blue Note.

Track Listing : 1.Ca-Lee-So (Lee Morgan) – 05:34 . 2.Zambia (Lee Morgan) – 06:33 . 3.Yesterday (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 05:49 . 4.Sunrise, Sunset (Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick) (Lee Morgan) – 06:17 . 5.Nite Flite (Lee Morgan) – 07:38 . 6.The Delightful Deggie (Lee Morgan) – 06:38

Musicians : Lee Morgan – Trumpet . Joe Henderson – Tenor Saxophone On (1 – 2 – 5 – 6) . Mccoy Tyner – Piano . Bob Cranshaw – Bass . Billy Higgins – Drums On (1 – 2 – 5 – 6) . Ernie Royal – Trumpet On (3 – 4) . Tom Mcintosh – Trombone On (3 – 4) . Jim Buffington – French Horn On (3 – 4) . Don Butterfield – Tuba On (3 – 4) . Phil Woods – Alto Saxophone, Flute On (3 – 4) . Wayne Shorter – Tenor Saxophone On (3 – 4) . Danny Bank – Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute On (3 – 4) . Philly Joe Jones – Drums On (3 – 4)

Production : Produced By Alfred Lion . Oliver Nelson . Rudy Van Gelder

Arrangements : Oliver Nelson

Recorded On April 8 & May 27, 1966 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs.

Released In 1967 By Blue Note.

(Source Lee Morgan‘s ‘Delightfulee Morgan’ | Lee Morgan @ Wikipedia)

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The larger ensemble has less immediate impact than the Joe Henderson/McCoy Tyner sessions but becomes more involving on closer listening. Overall, a major re-discovery that benefits from the excellently judged remastering of Rudy Van Gelder. […]

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For some this will always be an oddball release of Morgan’s, but it does suggest moving on into what would be a fruitful and successful final five years. […]

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