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JAZZ IMAGES THE FRANCIS WOLFF COLLECTION: LP 180g VINYL IN GATEFOLD SLEEVE CLIFFORD BROWN & MAX ROACH / IN CONCERT! The Max Roach - Clifford Brown Quintet started its tragically short run at the beginning of 1954. The first formation included, In addition to Max and Brownie (Clifford Brown), tenor saxophonist Teddy Edwards, bassist George Bledsoe and pianist Carl Perkins. This group was recorded only once, during a concert at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on July 13, 1954, which is presented here along with an August 31, 1954 performance on which the first stable formation of the quintet is heard, with the piano and bass chairs filled by pianist Richie Powell (Bud Powell''s younger brother) and bassist George Morrow, and with Harold Land as the tenor player. This fantastic formation was destined to end in tragedy, for in the early morning hours of June 26, 1956, Clifford Brown died in a car accident (at the age of 25) along with pianist Richie Powell and the latter''s wife. Side A: CLIFFORD BROWN trumpet; MAX ROACH drums; HAROLD LAND - tenor sax; RICHIE POWELL - piano; GEORGE MORROW bass; Recorded live at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, August 31, 1954. Side B: TEDDY EDWARDS - tenor sax; CARL PERKINS - piano; GEORGE BLEDSOE - bass. Recorded live at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, July 13, 1954. Original recordings produced by Gene Norman

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