The Flip (album)
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|Studio album by Hank Mobley|
|Recorded||July 12, 1969|
|Studio||Studio Barclay, Paris|
|Hank Mobley chronology|
The Flip is an album by the jazz saxophonist Hank Mobley recorded on July 12, 1969, in Paris, France, and released on the Blue Note label. It has performances by Mobley with Dizzy Reece, Slide Hampton, Vince Benedetti, Alby Cullaz and Philly Joe Jones.
The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars saying, "In all, Flip is a very worthwhile side to add to the Mobley shelf. But hurry, being part of the Blue Note Connoisseur series with its fantastic sonic reproduction has its downside -- titles featured in it go out of print quickly -- even if they deserve to be continually available."
All compositions by Hank Mobley.
- "The Flip" - 9:02
- "Feelin' Folksy" - 8:29
- "Snappin' Out" - 7:14
- "18th Hole" - 6:00
- "Early Morning Stroll" - 6:53
- Hank Mobley — tenor saxophone
- Dizzy Reece — trumpet
- Slide Hampton — trombone
- Vince Benedetti — piano
- Alby Cullaz — double bass
- Philly Joe Jones — drums