Bash! (Dave Bailey album)

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Bash!
Bash! (Dave Bailey album).jpg
Studio album by
The Dave Bailey Sextet
Released1961
RecordedOctober 4, 1961
Peter Ind Studio, NYC
GenreJazz
Length36:01
LabelJazzline JAZ 33-01
Xanadu 5011
Black Lion BLCD 760146
ProducerFred Norsworthy
Dave Bailey chronology
Reaching Out
(1961)
Bash!
(1961)
2 Feet in the Gutter
(1962)
Osmosis Cover
Osmosis (Kenny Dorham album).jpg

Bash! (also released as Modern Mainstream) is an album by jazz drummer Dave Bailey which was originally released on the Jazzline label in 1961.[1] Different releases of the same material have appeared under the names of sidemen on the date. The album features pianist Tommy Flanagan and was re-released as Tommy Flanagan Trio And Sextet on the Onyx label and on the Xanadu label in 1973.[2] It was also re-released under trumpeter Kenny Dorham's name as Osmosis on CD in 1990 on the Black Lion label with 4 alternate takes.[2][3]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Down Beat3.5/5 stars[4]
(Original Lp release)
Allmusic3/5 stars[5]

Down Beat magazine's March 1, 1962 review stated: "Bash! presents a relaxed and enjoyable blowing session..." Allmusic awarded the album 3 stars.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Osmosis" (Osie Johnson) - 10:28
  2. "Soul Support" (Norris Turney) - 5:10
  3. "Grand Street" (Sonny Rollins) - 6:00
  4. "Like Someone in Love" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy van Heusen) - 3:59
  5. "Oscar for Oscar" (Kenny Dorham) - 6:18
  6. "B.M.T. Express" (Rudy Stevenson) - 7:33
  7. "Just Friends" (John Klenner, Sam M. Lewis) - 3:39
  8. "Soul Support" [take 2] (Turney) - 5:08 Bonus track on CD reissue
  9. "Grand Street" [take 1] (Rollins) - 5:59 Bonus track on CD reissue
  10. "Like Someone in Love" [take 2] (Burke, van Heusen) - 3:12 Bonus track on CD reissue
  11. "Osmosis" [take 1] (Johnson) - 11:46 Bonus track on CD reissue

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dave Bailey discography, accessed November 3, 2014
  2. ^ a b Dryden, K., Tommy Flanagan Trio and Sextet: Allmusic Review accessed November 4, 2014
  3. ^ Kenny Dorham discography, accessed November 4, 2014
  4. ^ Down Beat: March 1, 1962 vol. 29, no. 5
  5. ^ a b Allmusic Review, accessed November 4, 2014