Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

“Jazz a la Bohemia” with the Randy Weston Trio plus Cecil Payne

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And yet another recording from the famous Cafe Bohemia, a night club that only lasted two years but hosted an extraordinary amount of legendary jazz musicians. I have written posts for each of the “live” recordings that took place there, like Kenny Dorham’s “Round About Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia,” “Mingus at the Bohemia,” The Jazz Messengers at the Café Bohemia, Volume 1-2,” “George Wallington Quintet at the Bohemia,” andBohemia After Dark.This live recorded album here is “Jazz A La Bohemia” with the Randy Weston Trio (Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, drummer Wilbert Hogan) and features baritone saxophonist Cecil Payne. The Jazz Con Class Radio listeners should take a look at the links I provided above and learn more about Cafe’ Bohemia. I gathered as much information that I could get a hold of online, enjoy!

About the album:

Digitally remastered by Gary Hobish (1990, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley). This is a live set recorded at New York City’s Cafe Bohemia in 1956. As on Randy Weston’s WITH THESE HANDS album, baritone saxophonist Cecil Payne makes a guest appearance, augmenting the rhythm section of bass player Ahmed Abdul-Malik and drummer Al Dreares. While lacking the dimension of a controlled studio session, the interplay here is warm and genuine and the audience justifiably captivated. “You Go to My Head” shows the clear influence of Thelonious Monk (an influence that shares space with Weston’s lifelong interest in African…..Read More

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