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Full View
Ninton Kelly
Full View
Genres: Jazz, Pop
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All Artists: Ninton Kelly
Title: Full View
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ojc
Release Date: 11/5/1996
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Style: Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 025218691222, 0090204539116, 025218900416, 090204539116, 025218691222

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The Lyrical Wynton Kelly
Brian D. Fitzpatrick | Medford, MA | 04/25/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wynton Kelly-piano
Ron McClure-bass
Jimmy Cobb-drums

This is vintage material.Wynton Kelly,the leader of this session, really gets a chance to pour out his vast array of melodic and harmonic ideas on all the tunes.He has a very personal voice,one of a kind.The trio is crisp,resulting from top-shelf support from Ron McClure(bass) and Jimmy Cobb(drums). "What A Difference A Day Makes"(Stanley Adams-Maria Grever),and "Autumn Leaves"(Kosma-Mercer-Prevert) swing like hell."Born to Be Blue"(Mel Torme-Bob Wells) renders a great interpretation from Kelly on this age-old ballad,and during this whole session Wynton is provided ample space for some amazing solos.One of best trio recording,in my opinion,he ever made.Enjoy.
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The Fantastic Wynton Kelly !
Hugh D. Williams | Cornwall. G.B. | 01/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I Heard a track of Wynton Kelly playing on Radio here in the U.K. and instantly fell in love with his playing. As one who loves jazz , especially piano jazz , he is a great new find for me . As For the review by "douglasnegley".. I am astounded that he can find any track Terrible . Clearly he has different taste to me ! I find them all so inventive and Wonderful . Cheers , Hugh"
Fusing the 'Fifties and 'Sixties
Wayne Dawson | New Zealand | 09/20/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wynton Kelly's Full View was an absolute joy to stumble across. Evidence of his exceptional style and session musician ability is sprinkled like star dust through so many fine recordings that to keep him associated with just the Miles Davis band amounts to a cardinal sin.

In Full View, Kelly is tripping the light fantastic with a couple of soul mates who have helped make this one of the most exemplary piano trio recordings of all time (I'd even put it ahead of Oscar Peterson's Night Train).

Kelly's style and outlook was moulded in the `fifties but this recording has an unmistakable `sixties joy de vivre about it, bolstered by the fattest bass sound you're ever likely to hear. While Jimmy Cobb on drums maintains a nimble sophistication, Ron McClure on bass rocks the joint with an updated way on how to boogie!

Superbly recorded in 1966, this has got to end up on Orrin Keepnews remastering hit list. Watch out for Rudy Stevenson's `Dontcha Hear Me Calling To Ya'', a swing merchants paradise.