Wynton Kelly – It’s Alright (Full Album)

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It’s All Right! is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly released on the Verve label featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb with Kenny Burrell and Candido Camero recorded in 1964.

“The Wynton Kelly Trio (consisting of the pianist, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb) are augmented by guitarist Kenny Burrell and percussionist Candido on this 1997 CD reissue. The music is essentially easy listening jazz with concise versions of ten numbers, including a rendition of Charles Lloyd’s “One for Joan” that was only previously out in Europe. In addition to the one “new” selection, a few unnecessary false starts for “Kelly Roll” have been included. A brief “The Fall of Love” finds the group joined by a steel drum band, although it makes little impression. The best are “Portrait of Jeannie” and “On the Trail,” but overall, this effort is not too essential.” – Scott Yanow, AllMusic.

Track listing:
“It’s All Right” (Curtis Mayfield) – 2:51
“South Seas” (Rudy Stevenson) – 5:30
“Not a Tear” (Stevenson) – 5:59
“Portrait of Jennie” (Gordon Burdge, J. Russel Robinson) – 4:37
“Kelly Roll” (Kenny Burrell) – 3:52
“The Fall of Love” [From The Fall of the Roman Empire] (Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington) – 2:06
“Moving Up” (Wynton Kelly) – 3:53
“On the Trail” [From the Grand Canyon Suite] (Ferde Grofé) – 4:31
“Escapade” (Kelly) – 2:57
“One for Joan” (Charles Lloyd) – 3:11 Bonus track on CD

Recorded at the Webster Hall in New York City on March 10 (tracks 2, 3 & 6), March 11 (track 1) and March 19 (tracks 4, 5 & 7-10)

Personnel:
Wynton Kelly – piano
Kenny Burrell – guitar (tracks 1-3 & 5-10)
Paul Chambers – bass
Jimmy Cobb – drums
Candido Camero – conga (tracks 1-5 & 7-10)
The Tommy Rey Caribe Steel Band: Tommy Reynolds, Ralph Cowley, Hiram Delgado, Malcolm Evans, Norman Symonds – steel percussion and Donald Usher – maracas (track 6)

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Released: 1964
Recorded: March 10, 11 & 19, 1964
Length: 37:06
Label: Verve

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