Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
The unheralded Bobby Hutcherson-Harold Land Quintet
Dennis W. Wong | 09/24/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was the first recorded colloboration of one of the most underrated quintets of the 60's, the Bobby Hutcherson/Harold Land Quintet. This group advanced many of the concepts of the great Coltrane quartet and added a few of their own in the modal vein--but they never forgot to swing. Many of the best pianists of the period--Joe Sample, Chick Corea or Stanley Cowell--played in this group. Fortunately, Corea is on hand here fresh from his own classic recording, "Now He sings, Now He sobs", to merge brilliantly with this group. Hutcherson, himself, is at his peak and Land already a hard bopper fits comfortably in the Coltrane mode. Dig the beginning track, "Herzog", an Hutcherson original and then segue into the boppish, "Matrix", a Corea original. Revel in the midst of these giants!!"