Philly Joe Jones - Mean What You Say album
Bass – Marc Johnson Drums – Philly Joe Jones Piano – Cedar Walton Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Charles Bowen J.
Mean What You Say is an album by drummer Philly Joe Jones that was recorded in 1977 and released on the Sonet label. Mickey Tucker was very strong on this set and at times almost seemed to be the leader with Jones seemingly pushing to assert his position.
Tracklist: 1. Mean What You Say, 2. You Tell Me, 3. Farewell, 4. Jim’s Jewel, 5. Gretchen, 6. Ugetsu. Philly Joe’s Beat by "Philly" Joe Jones. Crossings by "Philly" Joe Jones. Kenny Drew Trio by "Philly" Joe Jones. Archie Shepp & Philly Joe Jones by "Philly" Joe Jones. Green Dolphin Street by "Philly" Joe Jones. View all albums . Mean What You Say.
Philly Joe Jones is featured in a Collectables compilation of two separate dates originally recorded for Atlantic. The first session, Philly Joe's Beat, is an exciting hard bop date with tenor saxophonist Bill Barron, pianist Walter Davis, J. cornetist Michael Downs, and bassist Paul Chambers.
ean What You Say . ou Tell Me . C Farewell . im's Jewel . retchen . getsu. Bass – Mickey Bass Drums – Philly Joe Jones Piano – Mickey Tucker Saxophone – Charles Bowen Trumpet – Tommy Turrentine.
Mean What You Say. Love this track. Thaddeus Joseph Jones (March 28, 1923 – August 21, 1986) was an American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader. He was born in Pontiac, Michigan to a musical family of ten (an older brother was pianist Hank Jones and a younger brother was drummer Elvin Jones). Thad Jones was a self taught musician, performing professionally by the age of sixteen. Army bands during World War II (1943-46).
A1 Mean What You Say A2 You Tell Me A3 . Farewell B1 Jim's Jewel B2 Gretchen B3 Ugetsu. Bass – Mickey Bass Drums – Philly Joe Jones Piano – Mickey Tucker Producer – Sam Charters Saxophone – Charles Bowen Trumpet – Tommy Turrentine. Category SNTF 735. Artist.
Joseph Rudolph "Philly Joe" Jones (July 15, 1923 – August 30, 1985) was a Philadelphia-born American jazz drummer, known as the drummer for the first "Great" Miles Davis Quintet. He should not be confused with another jazz drummer, Papa Jo Jones, who had a long tenure with Count Basie. The two men died only a few days apart. Background information. 1969: Archie Shepp & Philly Joe Jones (America, 1969) with Archie Shepp. 1977: Mean What You Say (Sonet). 1977: Philly Mignon (Galaxy). 1978: Drum Song (Galaxy). 1979: Advance! (Galaxy). 1981: Philly Joe Jones Octet - Filet de Sole (Marge). 1983: Philly Joe Jones Dameronia – Look Stop Listen (Uptown).
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|SNTF 735||Philly Joe Jones*||Mean What You Say (LP, Album)||Sonet||SNTF 735||UK||1977|
|K23P-6144||Philly Joe Jones*||Mean What You Say (LP, Album)||Sonet||K23P-6144||Japan||1977|
|(S) 4353||Philly Joe Jones*||Mean What You Say (LP, Album)||Discophon||(S) 4353||Spain||1978|
|SNTCD 735, SNTCD - 735, SNTCD-735||Philly Joe Jones*||Mean What You Say (CD, Album, RE)||Sonet, Sonet, Sonet||SNTCD 735, SNTCD - 735, SNTCD-735||UK||1990|