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Frank Morgan - 1994 - Listen to the Dawn Listen to the Dawn is a rare example of Frank Morgan recording an entire album without a pianist. The veteran alto saxophonist, who was only two weeks away from his 60th birthday when this post-bop/be bop CD was recorded, evidently wanted to try something a bit different -- and it was a move that paid off creatively. Whether he's forming an intimate duo with guitarist Kenny Burrell or forming a quartet with Burrell, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Grady Tate, Morgan fares quite well without a pianist. This isn't an album of fast tempos and high-speed aggression -- from Burrell offerings like "Listen to the Dawn" and "Remembering" to highly personal interpretations of Gordon Jenkins' "Goodbye," Duke Ellington's "I Didn't Know About You" (which becomes a sexy bossa nova), and the standard "It Might as Well Be Spring," Morgan is especially introspective and really takes time to reflect. This compelling CD should not be missed. (AllMusic) A highly enjoyable, relaxing album. Track list: 01 - Listen to the Dawn 02 - Grooveyard 03 - Remembering 04 - Little Waltz 05 - It Might as well be Spring 06 - When Joanna Loved Me 07 - I Didn't Know About You 08 - Goodbye Personnel: Frank Morgan ΓÇô alto saxophone Kenny Burrell ΓÇô guitar Ron Carter ΓÇô bass Grady Tate ΓÇô drums Enjoy and share!
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