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Seven
John Eardley
Seven
Genres: Jazz, Pop
 
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Japanese 20Bit K2 Remastered. Limited Edition LP Style Sleeve For Initial Pressing Only.

     
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All Artists: John Eardley
Title: Seven
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Jvc Japan
Release Date: 1/21/2000
Album Type: Import, Limited Edition, Original recording remastered
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Cool Jazz, Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Japanese 20Bit K2 Remastered. Limited Edition LP Style Sleeve For Initial Pressing Only.

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Jon Eardley
Harvey P. Getz | Okinawa, Japan | 05/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Reviewer: Harvey P. Getz from Okinawa, Japan
When most modern jazz buffs browse the dusty record shop racks, they search, usually in vain, for previously unreleased tracks of their favorite trumpet players of the 1950's and 60's. Bop icons like Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Art Farmer, Chet Baker and Clifford Brown are the usual cast of valve pressers that head their dream list. Others like Red Rodney, Freddie Hubbard, Pete and Conte Condoli, Maynard Ferguson are also jewels to be possessed. On the other hand, I urge those of you who haven't listened to "The Jon Eardly Seven" to do so. In this musical masterpiece, Eardley's musical lyricism, ideas and technique are clearly evident in both his trumpet playing and original compositions. Incidently, much to the delight of the baritone saxophonist, it was Jon who took over Chet's trumpet chair when Baker exited Mulligan's pianoless ensemble. Because of the lack of musical space, Jon's bridled performances fall short of showcasing his incredible talent on the Mulligan California Concert albums, however, it is certainly worth listening to especially when Eardley managed to shine even when playing with the likes of Phil Woods, Bobby Brookmeyer, Zoot Sims, and Gerry Mulligan.

Jon moved to Germany in the early 60's where he was kept quite busy performing in jazz clubs, concerts and played with the Belgium and Germany Radio Orchestras. Jon Eardley died in France on April 4, 1997.

Harvey P. Getz
Okinawa, Japan"
Down East
Fred W. MacArthur | Central Florida, USA | 02/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Addendum to the excellent Getz review: This was originally released as "Down East", a session headed by Zoot and Phil. I know this because I bought it in the 60`s under that title. I wore that LP out and replaced it with this recording a few years ago. Whatever title or leader credit it`s listed under, this is just plain great blowing, swinging, straight ahead jazz. Buy it!"
Gosh!!!!!
Jazzcat | Genoa, Italy Italy | 09/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"OJC catalog is always full of fantastic surprises for the jazz lover that want to find obscure gems to spend his evenings with. This album from the trumpeter John Eardley is another one of those gem. A splendid example of west coast jazz, impeccably written, arranged and played by a remarkable septet which encorporate Zoot Sims and Phil Woods among the other fellows (Stabulas, Kotick, Gold). The album is from 1956. The program is made more or less by Eardley originals which are really delightful lines (they're all swingers apart from a single ballad). John was not only a fine writer but a really impressive trumpeter as well, with a muscular sound, great chops and balance in his solos. Really, you can pick my words for gold, this one is another gem you have to own. It is absolutly lovely from the very first listening session. A musthave in Jazz."