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BOOKER ERVIN — The In Between (1968-1997) RM | Blue Note Connoisseur Series | FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless

Booker Ervin headed to Blue Note in 1968 for The In Between, a record that found him continuing in the vein of his later Prestige sessions. Supported by trumpeter Richard Williams, pianist Bobby Few, bassist Cevera Jeffries and drummer Lennie McBrowne, Ervin created an album that pushed the boundaries of hard bop. Every song on The In Between is an Ervin original designed to challenge the musicians. The music rarely reaches avant-garde territory -- instead, it's edgy, volatile hard bop that comes from the mind as much as the soul. Appropriately, Ervin balances his full-bodied tone with a forceful, aggressive attack that even sounds restless on the slower numbers. The result is a satisfying, cerebral set of adventurous hard bop that finds Booker Ervin at a creative peak. Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Tracklist :
1    The In Between    7:39
 Booker Ervin
2    The Muse    7:14
 Booker Ervin
3    Mour    5:57
 Booker Ervin
4    Sweet Pea    5:33
 Booker Ervin / Tommy Roe
5    Largo    6:23
 Booker Ervin
6    Tyra    7:28
 Booker Ervin
Credits :
Bass – Cevera Jeffries Jr.
Drums – Lenny McBrowne
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
Piano – Bobby Few Jr.
Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Booker Ervin
Trumpet – Richard Williams (tracks: 1 to 4, 6)

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