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Dexter Gordon - Daddy Plays The Horn Album
Dexter Gordon - Daddy Plays The Horn Album
Performer: Dexter Gordon
Title: Daddy Plays The Horn
Label: Bethlehem Records
Country: US
Released: 1955
Style: Bop
Cat: BCP-36
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1321 mb | MP3 size: 2154 mb | WMA size: 1890 mb
Genre: Jazz

1Darn That Dream
2You Can Depend On Me
3Daddy Plays The Horn
4Autumn In New York
6Number Four


  • BassLeroy Vinnegar
  • CoverHoward Stabin
  • DrumsLarry Marable
  • Liner NotesJoseph P. Muranyi
  • Photography By [Photo]Pell
  • PianoKenny Drew
  • Tenor SaxophoneDexter Gordon


Recorded September, 1955 in Hollywood, California.

Dark red and silver center label.
"A Hi-Fidelity Recording"


  • Matrix / Runout (A side deadwax): BCP-36-A-D1 US Pat #RE 23,946 GB PAT # 713,418
  • Matrix / Runout (B side deadwax): BCP-36-B-D1 US Pat #RE 23,946 GB PAT # 713,418


  • Pressed By – Research Craft


Daddy Plays the Horn - Dexter Gordon. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Daddy Plays the Horn is a 1955 jazz album by saxophonist Dexter Gordon. The Billboard review stated that the album was not too original, but it swings and mentioned that Gordon played some top-flight, Lester Young-inspired tenor here, with a more robust sound than that of the master or most of his other disciples. The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded it three out of four stars, saying Daddy would be worth the purchase for 'Confirmation' and 'Autumn in New York'. Drew and Vinnegar play. Dexter Gordon. Daddy Plays The Horn Remastered 2013. Verse Music Group Sound Recordings от лица компании Bethlehem Records Peermusic, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. After several years of being out of the spotlight, Gordon resurfaced on the Big Apple-based indie Bethlehem imprint with the half-dozen sides that comprise Daddy Plays the Horn 1956. Songs in album Dexter Gordon - Daddy Plays The Horn 1955. Dexter Gordon - Daddy Plays The Horn. Dexter Gordon - Confirmation. Dexter Gordon - Darn That Dream. Dexter Gordon - Number Four. Dexter Gordon - Autumn In New York. Dexter Gordon - You Can Depend On Me. The Resurgence Of Dexter Gordon. The Revolution Of Jazz, Dexter Gordon. More By Dexter Gordon Quartet. The Classic Blue Note Recordings. Footprints: The Life and Music of Wayne Shorter. Wayne Shorter. Improvise Never Before Seen. Artist images. 27 more. 389,718 listeners. Dexter Gordon February 27, 1923 April 25, 1990 was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He was among the earliest tenor players to adapt the bebop musical language of people such as Char read more. He was among the earliest tenor players to adapt the bebop musical language of people such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, and Bud Powell to read more. Daddy Plays The Horn CD, Album. Bethlehem Records. DK37599. This is another Dexter Gordon release that far too many listeners overlook, even Billboard magazine, attempting to be generous said, Not too original, but it swings, to which my uncle slapped down the magazine, lit one of his Kent cigarettes saying, What say we give this another spin. Of course The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded it but three stars but thats their opinion. Title: Daddy Plays The Horn Label: Pure Pleasure. Originally released in 1955 on Bethlehem, this is a remarkable record. Mainly because no-one expected Gordon to be there. Some might have thought him dead by then because he was in the mire, wallowing in a major drug addiction and hadnt been seen in years. That he got himself together to make this album showed a strength, however. One that was supported, on this LP, by the pianist, Kenny Drew, Leroy Vinnegar on bass and Larry Marable on drums. In fact, it is Kenny Drew that acts like a glue for the whole LP. He is the principle fixture on this