Jazz Workshop Revisited

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Jazz Workshop Revisited
Live album by Cannonball Adderley
Released 1962
Recorded September 22 & 23, 1962
Genre Jazz
Label Riverside
Producer Orrin Keepnews
Cannonball Adderley chronology
Cannonball in Europe!
(1962)
Jazz Workshop Revisited
(1962)
Cannonball's Bossa Nova
(1962)

Jazz Workshop Revisited is a live album by jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley recorded at the Jazz Workshop in San Francisco and released on the Riverside label featuring performances by Adderley with Nat Adderley, Yusef Lateef, Joe Zawinul, Sam Jones and Louis Hayes.[1]

Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and states: "Adderley's greatest band — his sextet with cornetist Nat Adderley, Yusef Lateef (on tenor, flute and oboe), pianist Joe Zawinul, bassist Sam Jones, and drummer Louis Hayes — is featured on such exciting numbers as 'Jessica's Day,' Jones' 'Unit 7,' and 'The Jive Samba.' A special treat of this live date is hearing the leader's introductory words to several of the songs".[2] The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded the album 3 stars stating "on favourite turf in San Francisco, the band are in good fettle ".[3]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]
The Penguin Guide to Jazz 3/4 stars[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. An opening comment or two by Cannonball... – 0:51
  2. "Primitivo" (Julian "Cannonball" Adderley) – 9:13
  3. "Jessica's Birthday" (Quincy Jones) – 6:30
  4. "Marney" (Donald Byrd) – 6:52
  5. Talk – 0:13
  6. "Unit Seven" (Sam Jones) – 9:02 Bonus track on CD
  7. Another few words... – 0:26
  8. "The Jive Samba" (Nat Adderley) – 11:00
  9. "Lillie" (Jones) – 4:41
  10. "Mellow Bruno" (Yusef Lateef) – 6:00
  11. Time to go now... really! – 0:36
  • Recorded at the Jazz Workshop, San Francisco, CA on September 22 & 23, 1962

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cannonball Adderley discography accessed 20 October 2009
  2. ^ a b Yanow, S. Allmusic Review accessed 20 October 2009.
  3. ^ a b Cook, Richard; Brian Morton (2006) [1992]. The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings (8th ed.). London: Penguin. p. 10. ISBN 978-0-141-02327-4.