Hayes Quartet, Tubby - Addictive Tendencies 2 x CDs

Tubby Hayes was one of the first wave of English hard-bop musicians of the 1950's and 60's and one of the top tenor sax players as well during the 20 years of his career. He never went into free-jazz, but he swung hard and he definitely influenced many of the folks we consider 'Brit-jazz' players. This hard-swinging set was recorded in 1966 by drummer Tony Levin and features Tubby, pianist Mike Pyne, bassist Ron Mathewson and Tony Levin. Taken from Tony's private archive and never before released, the sound isn't perfect by any means, but it's reasonably well balanced and very listenable and man, do they ALL ever smoke, especially Tubby. For the already converted, this is quite excellent. [Rare Music]
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