The Quartette Trés Bien was an American jazz combo based in St. Louis led by pianist Jeter Thompson. The group was founded in 1959 and began recording in 1962. Jeter Thompson played with Jimmy Forrest, Oliver Nelson and Emmett Carter in his early years. The bassist of the group is Richard Simmons, the drummer Albert St. James who accompanied also Charlie Parker, Tab Smith and Jimmy Forrest. Percussionist Percy James added a latin flavor to the quartet who played more than ten years, before splitting in 1973
Righteous grooviness by this great combo! The record was probably the group's 10th – recorded during a very successful run for Decca, when they were crafting finely groovy albums of soul jazz, in a mode that was similar to the early work by the Young-Holt Trio, but which also had the. LP, Vinyl record album. Very groovy stuff from this legendary soul jazz combo! The album features some of the group's best original material – like "Blues For The Congo", "Say April", and "Kubah" – all of which have a great mix of soulful piano, warm bass, and excellent added. Gene Norman Presents A Charlie Ventura Concert.
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