Hard Bop Boulevard
Tenor saxophone player Harold Land (1928-2001) gained experience in his exuberant rhythm & blues bands but in 1954 he joined the famous Clifford Brown – Max Roach Quintet as successor of Teddy Edwards.
1. Homecoming Blues (Jimmy Liggins) ATV Music Ltd.
CD: Jimmy Liggins and his Drops of Joy
Ace CDCHD 306
2. Now’s The Time (Charlie Parker) Atlantic Music BMI
CD: Jimmy Liggins and his Drops of Joy Vol. 2
Ace CDCHD 437
3. Darn That Dream (De Lange-V.Husen)
CD: Brownie, The Complete EmArcy Recordings of Clifford Brown
Phonogram 838 306-2
4. Counceltation (Counce) Marcel Publ. Co.-BMI
CD: Curtis Counce: You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce!
5. A Fifth For Frank (Wiggins-Tjader) Cireco Music-BMI
CD: The Curtis Counce Group, Vol 1: Landslide