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Beware of these cubs !
Ozzie | Brugge, Flanders | 09/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD, recorded in 1960, is a group-effort by a one-off band made up of Lee Morgan (trumpet), Frank Strozier (alto), Wayne Shorter (tenor), Bobby Timmons (piano), Bob Cranshaw (bass) and Louis Hayes and Albert "Tootie" Heath alternatively on drums. The group is young and energetic, and they play with fire and imagination. Four tunes are composed by Wayne Shorter, one by Lee Morgan. Three alternate takes beef up the CD playing time. All involved went on to impressive careers and multiple recording credits, with the exception of altoist Frank Strozier, who oddly enough has fallen by the wayside. Oddly enough, because he is more than on a par with the others in this company, but his promising start never materialised into a great career. A worthy reissue of a great album by a great band. Any fan of early 1960's hardbop in the traditional Blue Note-style will enjoy this CD."