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Sixth Sense
Lee Morgan
Sixth Sense
Genres: Jazz, Pop
 
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Japanese 24-bit remastered reissue of 1967 album is packaged in a miniature LP sleeve & features 9 tracks including 3 bonus tracks, 'Extemporaneous', 'Mickey's Tune' & 'Leebop'. Toshiba-EMI. 2003.

      
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All Artists: Lee Morgan
Title: Sixth Sense
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Blue Note Records
Original Release Date: 11/16/1999
Release Date: 11/16/1999
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Soul-Jazz & Boogaloo, Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724352246724

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Japanese 24-bit remastered reissue of 1967 album is packaged in a miniature LP sleeve & features 9 tracks including 3 bonus tracks, 'Extemporaneous', 'Mickey's Tune' & 'Leebop'. Toshiba-EMI. 2003.

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Superb Late Bop
Oliver Towne | Riverside, CA United States | 04/25/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I can't claim to know more than a portion of Lee Morgan's total output, but I have to say I have never heard anything of his that I don't like. And if I had to pick a favorite trumpeter at gunpoint, I would probably go with Lee over Miles--or anyone else, for that matter. (Except--let me add, in going over this review some time later--Clifford Brown.)Warm confident tone, tight phrasing, lyrical melodic vocabulary, tasteful voicing--what more can you ask for? It is a terrible loss to music and the world that he--like so many of the jazz giants--died so young.This CD version is a delight from beginning to end, and a good value with the bonus non-LP tracks. If you like Sixties bop and/or Lee Morgan I don't see how you can miss."
Great Lee Morgan Hardbop session
earl rlabaci | 01/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If Lee was ever asked to record an albums so good that it would smoke all others, I have no doubt that he would say yes and keep his promise. "Sixth Sense" is one of those albums, it keeps knocking you in the head until you give in. I once asked a friend about Lee's later albums and he had his doubts but after listening to this, it becomes extremely hard to say no. Title track has a sort of quasi-bossa beat but it doesn't bear the feeling of his other Sidewinderish type tunes such as "Cornbread" or "Yes I can no you can't". The 3M front line (Morgan, Mitchell, Mclean) has a sharp and powerful drive. Higgins and Walton, two Morgan stalwarts, were perfect for the job. Higgins especially since he laid down the beat so heavily. The second session isn't quite as powerful as the first but has similar execution. Five notes for another great hardbop session from Lee."