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Bop Boy

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Marvin Stamm

Label: MCA Records
Released: 1991
Duration: 01:00:55
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Track Listing

Re-Union, 4:49; E.B.S.B.M.O., 8:04; Zoom, 7:18; Lunatic, 5:23; Svensson, 7:50; Sun Tan, 4:37; My Ship, 5:27; Bop Boy, 6:09; Lover Man, 6:34; May Moon, 4:45

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Recorded at Clinton Studios, New York City on January 5 & 6, 1990 Producer – Jack Cortner Recording engineer: Gene Curtis Asst. Engineer: Jackie Brown Cover Design: Kristen Stephen Cover Photo: Carol Rosegg Marvin Stamm, Leader, Trumpet, Flugelhorn Bob Mintzer, Saxophone Phil Markowitz, Piano Lincoln Goines, Bass Terry Clarke, Drums

Album Description

Bob Mintzer’s “Re-union” opens this set with Marvin’s trumpet leading the way for the rest of the group, leaving Terry Clarke batting clean-up. The group then moves warmly into Kenny Wheeler’s beautiful waltz, “E.B.S.B.M.O.” where space is given to Phil Markowitz’ piano and Lincoln Goine’s bass as well as Stamm’s flugelhorn. The set continues with more of Mintzer’s originals plus one each by Markowitz and Swedish pianist Lars Jansson. Two lovely standard ballads round out the repertoire: A duo by Stamm and Markowitz on Kurt Weill’s “My Ship” and the quartet performing Robert Ramirez’ “Lover Man.”


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