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Here We Come
The Three Sounds
Here We Come
Genre: Jazz
 
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Japanese reissue of jazz classic. Original artwork reproduced on a paper jacket. Remastered using 24 bit technology. Available for a limited time. 2000 release.

      
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All Artists: The Three Sounds
Title: Here We Come
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Blue Note
Release Date: 12/12/1995
Album Type: Original recording remastered, Import
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Modern Postbebop, Soul-Jazz & Boogaloo, Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Japanese reissue of jazz classic. Original artwork reproduced on a paper jacket. Remastered using 24 bit technology. Available for a limited time. 2000 release.

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CD Reviews

This album is trio power at its best
david mcgraw | Seattle | 03/25/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Three Sounds have several recordings that I consider to be great. This album, however, shows the stuff of Gene Harris and his group like none of the others. Why this, of all their albums, must be imported while the rest of their discography is widely available, is beyond me. This album has focus, depth, great solos and hands down, the absolute best version of Summertime I have ever heard. Some of you will weep for its beauty. Have fun listening to this rare gem. Five Stars."
The Sounds at Their Finest
Tad Ulrich | Los Angeles, CA United States | 02/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I don't know what there was about Blue Note records that extracted such consistent excellence out of such artists as Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter among many others and The Three Sounds. This could very well be the group's finest recording though I've always loved "Moods" as well.

This is one of those dates where you can hear that everything jelled perfectly. This is very much Gene Harris' show but Simpkins and Dowdy provide the right unobtrusive, yet compelling support.

The musical program is nicely varied with straight ahead swing (Broadway), slow ballads (Summertime) and a little Latin too (Poinciana). There is not an uninteresting track among them. Summertime is incredibly soulful and bluesy and is one of the finest versions of that chestnut I have ever heard. Broadway swings like mad as does Sonnymoon for Two. The title track is a gospel-tinged affair with Dowdy tapping a tambourine for awhile.

All in all if you like the Sounds, and who could possibly not, this cd is an easy recommendation. If you've never heard them before, I can't think of a better place to start than with this one. This is one of those cd's I've listened to time and again and never get tired of it."