Kenny Cox - Introducing Kenny Cox and the Contemporary Jazz Quintet [Reissue]

Kenny Cox - Introducing Kenny Cox and the Contemporary Jazz Quintet [Reissue]

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Recorded in 1968, Introducing Kenny Cox and The Contemporary Jazz Quintet was the debut album by this under-recognised Detroit band led by pianist Kenny Cox which featured trumpeter Charles Moore, tenor saxophonist Leon Henderson, bassist Ron Brooks, and drummer Danny Spencer. The band’s brand of post-bop was certainly influenced by the Miles Davis Quintet, but exhibited its own unique sensibilities on memorable originals like “Mystique,” “Trance Dance,” and David Durrah’s beautiful piece “You”.
Artist: Kenny Cox
Label: Blue Note
Catalogue: 3829360
Barcode: 0602438293605
Format: LP
Release Date: 10th December 2021
                               

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