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New York Afternoon

Richie Cole

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New York City, 1976


Eddie Jefferson, born in Pittsburgh, PA, is here on this track showing off his signature style of “vocalese,” in which his sung melody closely follows an instrumental composition. He is almost following Richie Cole's sax line precisely.

New Jersey native and saxophonist Cole helped pioneer bebop jazz.


Richie Cole, alto saxophone
Eddie Jefferson, vocals
Mickey Tucker, piano
Vic Juris, guitar
Rick Laird, bass
Eddie Gladden, drums
Ray Mantilla, percussion

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