The Cats (album)
|Studio album by Tommy Flanagan|
|Released||End of August 1959|
|Recorded||April 18, 1957|
|Studio||Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ|
|Genre||Jazz, hard bop|
|Label||New Jazz/Prestige NJ-8217|
|Tommy Flanagan chronology|
The Cats is an album credited to jazz musicians Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, and Idrees Sulieman, released in 1959 on New Jazz, a subsidiary label of Prestige Records. It was issued after Coltrane had already ceased recording for the label.
All tracks written by Tommy Flanagan except where noted.
- "Minor Mishap" – 7:26
- "How Long Has This Been Going On?" (George and Ira Gershwin) – 5:58
- "Eclypso" – 7:57
- "Solacium" – 9:10
- "Tommy's Tune" – 11:58
- Idrees Sulieman – trumpet
- John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
- Tommy Flanagan – piano
- Kenny Burrell – guitar
- Doug Watkins – bass
- Louis Hayes – drums
On "How Long Has This Been Going On" Sulieman, Coltrane and Burrell are pausing.
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