The Horace Silver Quintet Real Name: Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silver. Profile: From the perspective of the 21st century, it is clear that few jazz musicians had a greater impact on the contemporary mainstream than Horace Silver. The hard bop style that Silver pioneered in the '50s is now dominant, played not only by holdovers from an earlier generation, but also by fuzzy-cheeked musicians who had yet to be born when the music fell out of critical favor in the '60s and '70s.
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Home Hard Bop Horace Silver Quintet, The Silver's Blue '1956. 1. (00:07:43) The Horace Silver Quintet - Silver's Blue. 2. (00:04:01) The Horace Silver Quintet - To Beat Or Not To Beat. 3. (00:04:16) The Horace Silver Quintet - How Long Has This Been Going On. 4. (00:07:22) The Horace Silver Quintet - I'll Know. 5. (00:06:31) The Horace Silver Quintet - Shoutin' Out. 6. (00:05:24) The Horace Silver Quintet - Hank's Tune. 7. (00:08:56) The Horace Silver Quintet - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes. 07 - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes. Horace Silver - Silver's Blue.
Silver's Blue is a studio album by American jazz pianist Horace Silver recorded for the Epic label in 1956 featuring performances by Silver with Joe Gordon, Hank Mobley, Doug Watkins, and Kenny Clarke and another session with Donald Byrd and Art Taylor replacing Gordon and Clarke. Silver, Mobley, Watkins, and Byrd all had recently left The Jazz Messengers. These were Silver's first sessions as a leader after leaving the Messengers.
Two sessions in the mid-'50s produced the material for this album, which despite or perhaps because of being one of the historical early recordings of the Horace Silver Quintet, was later treated to a confusing mess of reissues, some of which never really mentioned what was so historic about the material in the first place. Maybe there was no reason to, since by the new millennium the type of groovy, funky jazz Silver was famous for had become so in demand that any recording of the authentic item was considered coated with golden fairy dust
Horace Silver never did much for me on the several occasions when I caught him live: his compositions were showcased at the expense of musicians' solos, and Horace's piano work-with its limited technique and "catch-phrase" melodies-would pale considerably if another pianist were on the same concert bill. It's funny to think that the very first Horace Silver Quintet record was released by Columbia not Blue Note. But their 2-album deal required both Horace and Art Blakey to deliver another record to Columbia. Art produced Hard Bop and Horace produced Silver's Blue, which actually landed on Epic, Columbia's less prestigious sister label. After 3 years and 7 records, Horace and Art had gone their separate ways, with Silver retaining all of the Messengers and Art starting fresh.
|A2||To Beat Or Not To Beat|
|A3||How Long Has This Been Going On?|
|B3||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes|
- Printed By – Imprimerie F. Richir
- Bass – Doug Watkins
- Cover – M. Laville
- Drums – Art Taylor (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2, B3), Kenny Clarke (tracks: A2, B1)
- Piano – Horace Silver
- Tenor Saxophone – Henry "Hank" Mobley*
- Trumpet – Donald Byrd (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2, B3), Joe Gordon (tracks: A2, B1)
|LN 3326||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Mono)||Epic||LN 3326||US||1956|
|RJ 45138||Horace Silver||Silver's Blue (LP, Album, RE)||Portrait||RJ 45138||US||1989|
|B07447L, BBL.7183||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Mono)||Philips, Philips||B07447L, BBL.7183||UK||1957|
|LN 3326, XEM 39128||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Album, RE)||Epic, Epic||LN 3326, XEM 39128||US||Unknown|
|RJT 45138||Horace Silver||Silver's Blue (Cass, Album)||CBS Records||RJT 45138||US||1989|