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Stick-Up! (Tone Poet 180g) Vinyl LP

Blue Note RecordsSKU fr-4829

cool 1968 session from distinctive vibraphonist w/ McCoy Tyner + Joe Henderson, all-analog remaster
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"Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson had a profound influence over the sound of Blue Note Records in the 1960s, with his distinctive vibes elevating a wide range of all-time classics from Grant Green Idle Moments to Eric Dolphy Out To Lunch. His fifth Blue Note session as a leader, 1966’s album Stick-Up! found Hutcherson in the company of a new band line-up with Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone, McCoy Tyner on piano, Herbie Lewis on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums. The versatile quintet covers a vast expanse of post-bop territory on this excellent six-song set which opens with a spirited romp through Ornette Coleman’s 'Una Muy Bonita.' Five Hutcherson originals follow including the hard driving '8/4 Beat,' the dreamy ballad 'Summer Nights,' and the expansive 'Verse.'" - Blue Note Records

  • first time on vinyl in 10+ years
  • 180g black vinyl pressing
  • housed in glossy tip-on gatefold sleeve w/ printed insert
  • part of Blue Note's Tone Poet 180g audiophile remaster series
  • all-analog remaster cut from the original tapes
  • featuring Bobby Hutcherson (vibes), Joe Henderson (t. sax), McCoy Tyner (p), Herbie Lewis (b), Billy Higgins (d)
  • original release year: 1968
  • music label: Blue Note Records 2022
UPC: 602435732169


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