Something in Common is a studio album by American jazz bassist Sam Jones which was released on September 13, 1977 via the Muse label. Later the record with three bonus tracks was re-released on CD in 2000 and as a digital download in 2009.
“In the 1970s, Jones’ recordings as a leader were quite consistent, and Something in Common is a rewarding example of the type of solid, hard-swinging bop and post-bop that people expected from him.” – Alex Henderson/AllMusic.
00:00 A1 Every Man Is A King
05:10 A2 For All We Know
10:30 A3 Blue Silver
15:59 A4 Something In Common
21:55 B1 Bolivia
28:57 B2 Seven Minds
Sam Jones – bass
Blue Mitchell – trumpet
Billy Higgins – drums
Bob Berg – tenor saxophone
Slide Hampton – trombone
Louis Hayes – drums
Cedar Walton – keyboards, producer, piano
Released: September 13, 1977
Recorded: April 1974 – September 13, 1977
Studio: C.I. Recording Studios, NYC.
Label: Muse Records MR 5149
Producer: Bob Porter, Cedar Walton
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