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Dexter Gordon Vinyl Record Albums

Dexter Gordon: Born: February 27, 1923 Los Angeles, CA, United States Died: April 26, 1990 Philadelphia, PA, United States One of the most important tenor saxophonists to emerge during the bebop era. Gordon was initially inspired by Lester Young, but his intense playing and rich sound reflect the influence of Herschel Evans and Illinois Jacquet, big-toned tenor players of the 1930s and 1940s. Gordon, in turn, went on to be a major inspiration to the next generation including Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane. Gordon's distinctive style included his humorous habit of quoting themes from other songs in solos and a tendency towards extended treatments of songs that sometimes lasted 20 minutes. After his Blue Note debut in 1961 on, Doin' Allright (with Freddie Hubbard and Horace Parlan) he recorded several classic albums for the label including, Go! (with Sonny Clark and Billy Higgins), Our Man in Paris (with Bud Powell, Kenny Clarke and Pierre Michelot) and One Flight Up (with Donald Byrd and Kenny Drew).

 

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Artist
Title

Year

Catalog Number

Description

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Price

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LP
Clubhouse
Dexter Gordon
Clubhouse
1979
LT-989
Blue Note Records Label; Includes the original inner liner sleeve; Track Listing: Hanky Panky; I'm a Fool to Want You; Devilette; Clubhouse; Lady Iris B; Jodi
NM-/NM-
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Audio Cassette
Go
Dexter Gordon
Go
1985
4BN 84112
Blue Note Records Label; Case and cassette appear new; Digitally re-mastered; Cobalt CS-1; Reissue; Includes the original inner artwork; Track Listing: Hanky Panky; I'm a Fool to Want You; Devilette; Clubhouse; Lady Iris B; Jodi
NM-/NM-
$39.99
LP
The Hunt
Dexter Gordon And Wardell Gray
The Hunt
1977
SJL 2222
Savoy Records Label; Cut-out (saw cut in cover); Double record set; Gatefold cover; Track Listing: Disorder At The Border; Cherokee; Byas-A-Drink; The Hunt (A/K/A Rocks 'N Shoals)
NM-/NM-
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Audio CD
Low & Slow
Dexter Gordon / Stanley Turrentine / Ike Quebec
Low & Slow
1997
CDP724382128021
Silverwood Records Label; Jewel case and CDs appear new; Three CD set; Includes the original inner photo/song title/lyric/credit booklets and original artwork
NM-/NM-
$29.99
Audio Cassette
Nights At The Keystone Program 3 and 4
Dexter Gordon
Nights At The Keystone Cassette 2
1985
4BAB-2 85112
Blue Note Records Label; Case and cassette appear new; Digitally re-mastered; Cobalt CS-1; Includes the original inner artwork; Track Listing: Tangerine; More Than You Know; Come Rain Or Come Shine
NM-/NM-
$39.99
LP
Somethin' Special
The Milt Jackson-Howard McGhee Sextet and Dexter Gordon's All Stars
Somethin' Special
196?
JG-611
Hall Of Fame Records Label; Track Listing: Sleepwalker Boogie, Dorothy, Stoptime blues, Turnip Blood, Night Mist, Coolie-Rini, The Chase, Ghost Of A Chance, Iridescence, Mischievous Lady, The Duel
NM-/NM-
$99.99
LP
Sophisticated Giant
Dexter Gordon
Sophisticated Giant
1977
JC 34989
Columbia Records Label; Includes the original inner photo liner sleeve and four page advertising brochure; Track Listing: Laura, The Moontrane, Red Top, Fried Bananas, You're Blasé, How Insensitive
NM-/NM-
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