Introducing Johnny Griffin is the debut album by jazz tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin. It was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Hackensack studio on April 17, 1956. Mil Dew" (Griffin) - 3:56. Chicago Calling" (Griffin) - 5:38. The Boy Next Door" (Martin, Blane) - 4:57. Nice and Easy" (Griffin) - 4:22. It's All Right with Me" (Cole Porter) - 5:02. Lover Man" (Davis, Ram Ramirez, Sherman) - 7:56.
Introducing Johnny Griffin. Analogue Productions, APO (Analogue Production Originals), Blue Note.
More albums from Johnny Griffin: The First Set/Recorded Live At Mintons by Johnny Griffin. Return Of The Griffin by Johnny Griffin. A Blowing Session by Johnny Griffin. The Little Giant by Johnny Griffin. The Ira Sullivan Quintet by Johnny Griffin. NYC Underground by Johnny Griffin. Woe Is Me by Johnny Griffin. The Jamfs Are Coming! by Johnny Griffin. View all albums . Introducing Johnny Griffin. By: Johnny Griffin (1956, Jazz).
Johnny Griffin (album). Studio album by Johnny Griffin Quartet. Johnny Griffin (also referred to as J. Tenor and Johnny Griffin Quartet) is an album by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Griffin featuring tracks recorded in 1956 and released on the Argo label in 1958. The album features the first recordings made under Griffin's leadership but was not released until 1958 by which time his first Blue Note album Introducing Johnny
Introducing Johnny Griffin is the debut album by jazz tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin Introducing Johnny Griffin. Studio album by. Johnny Griffin. A Blowin' Session is an album by jazz saxophonist Johnny Griffin, recorded and released in 1957 on Blue Note Records. It was remastered and reissued in 1999, featuring an alternate take of "Smoke Stack". Blue Note Records discography.
Album: Introducing Johnny Griffin (1957). MUSICIANS: Tenor Sax: Johnny Griffin. Why you should check this out: This is Griffin’s first solo album, and arguably his best. With blazingly fast versions of Cherokee, The Way You Look Tonight, and his own Mildew, along with killer ballad versions of Lover Man and These Foolish Things, this album is a wild rollercoaster ride of astonishing technique and amazing tone. STEVE COLE: My Classic Album. This album blew my mind. It was an album that my father had. Johnny Griffin was a pyrotechnic saxophone player – just the fluidity of ideas and the technique. It had such a personality about it, both challenging and interesting and inspiring. Even now at gigs one of the songs I like to play just for fun is The Way You Look Tonight at 180!
Chicago Calling, 05:36.