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  • CD (24 mars 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Blue Note
  • ASIN : B00076NYDW
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Sonny Clark - Dial S for Sonny, Disc M, Case M, Sonny Clark - Dial S for Sonny, Disc M, Case M, Format: CD de musique, Blue Note Records. Jazz CD de musique sortie de Sonny Clark avec l'album Dial S pour Sonny. Sortie sur le label Blue Note Records. Jazz CD de musique. Ce difficile à trouver la musique occasion CD est entièrement garanti. Ceci est la remasterisé Rudy Van Gelder édition. Ceci est la remasterisé Rudy Van Gelder édition.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dial "S" for Sonny, but be forewarned that it's a party line. 24 juin 2006
Par Sam Chell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
With the exception of "Love Walked In," which features piano all the way, Clark generously shares equal solo time with Mobley, Farmer, and Fuller on the other six tunes. Still, he has enough space to make the most of what was his Blue Note debut, playing with greater fluency and technical aplomb than on the more celebrated "Cool Struttin'." In fact, based on the evidence of this recording, a listener might wonder if Clark was destined to be the next Bud Powell.

But unlike Bud, Sonny is clearly more of a "session player," contributing five of the seven tunes, each of them the kind musicians love to blow on. And unlike, say, a Horace Silver, Sonny seems happy to remain in the background, showcasing his inventive soloists. Mobley is in his prime (another reason I'd pick this one ahead of "Cool Struttin'"), his warm, musky sound never captured better. Farmer is brassier and more emotional than I've ever heard him. Fuller is crisp and incisive, though I could have done with one less soloist in favor of extended choruses by the other musicians. (Clark's single-note, horn-like approach to his own solos is another reason to go with a leaner ensemble, if only to reduce the duplication of textures).

The youthful Louis Hayes plays like a veteran, even at this early stage which pre-dates his tours of duty with the Adderley brothers and Oscar Peterson. Wilbur Ware supports the legendary status he had attained as a musician's musician, a bass player who could be counted on to make any session swing (though I haven't decided whether his penchant for repeating the same note is effective tension and release or harmonic insecurity). All in all, an impressive introduction to Sonny Clark as a leader, composer, and player.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An infinitely listenable classic.... 28 janvier 2008
Par Clermont-Ferrand - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dial "S" For Sonny is a simply delightful turn from the ill-fated Sonny Clark, made all the more brilliant by the presence of Hank Mobley's tenor sax; Curtis Fuller's trombone; and Art Farmer's trumpet.

While the two standard ballads 'It Could Happen To You' (Van Heusen/Burke) and 'Love Walked In' (George/Ira Gershwin) are handled calmly and deftly by all, it is the other four Sonny-penned compositions where this all-star sextet shine out like luminaries: the brightest star of all being débutant leader and pianist Sonny Clark.

On the title track 'Dial "S" For Sonny' with its unmistakably groovin' intro, Sonny and the three horns each take their turn to solo with consummate musicianship before returning to the opening riff. 'Bootin' It' has an energetic bounce underpinned by Ware's bass on which Clark plays some furiously inspired piano, and Art Farmer's trumpet wails triumphantly.

'Sonny's Mood' has a laid-back, chilled-out, groove and again Clark's solos are played with a cool and subtle fluidity in contrast to 'Shoutin' On A Riff' which has a frenetic pace from start to finish, where Clark's Powellesque playing really comes to the fore, while hinting towards his own burgeoning style, accompanied throughout by the masterfully manic playing of the whole ensemble; in particular Hank Mobley's sax.

Throughout the entire record Ware's bass and Hayes' drums provide the rhythmic spine of the sextet; tho' not to be outshone, Hayes proves drums can sing as he makes his skins loudly heard on 'Bootin' It' while Ware shines most prominently on the Gershwin ballad 'Love Walked In'.

'Dial "S" For Sonny' is a thoroughly enjoyable, infinitely listenable, classic from a great sextet and their doomed débutant leader.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very solid set 2 décembre 2007
Par Anthony Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sonny Clark sat down with a group of fairly familiar names to play a set of mostly originals and two standards. Art Farmer on trumpet, Hank Mobley on sax, and Curis Fuller on trombone play and solo solidly throughout. Bassist Wilbur Ware and drummer Louis Hayes meet the shifting moods of the songs.

The title track at the opening sounds a bit like a Horace Silver song, and starts the album off on the good foot. "Bootin It" has a catchy theme and especially inspired soloing from Sonny Clark and the horns. The standard "It Could Happen To You" is done nicely, though it doesn't stand out. "Sonny's Mood" is another uptempo catchy theme with good soloing. "Shoutin' On A Riff" is yet faster, and has more great playing. "Love Walked In" is a Gershwin song done as a trio, and brings things gently to a close.

There's nothing in this CD which sounds revolutionary or is mind-blowing, but it's simply a solid set with memorable songs and great playing. This CD or "Cool Struttin" are both good places to start or continue with Sonny Clark.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "Dial 'S' For Sonny" Gets Re-Dialed 3 mars 2005
Par Michael Brad Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Pianist Sonny Clark's "Dial 'S' For Sonny" was first issued on CD in 1997 as part of Blue Note's limited edition Connoisseur Series, but went out-of-print shortly after its initial release. Now with this reissue in the RVG Edition, it makes a permanent return to the catalog. This 1957 session features a sextet lineup of Art Farmer on trumpet, Curtis Fuller on trombone, Hank Mobley on tenor sax, Wilbur Ware on bass and Louis Hayes on drums tackling four Clark originals (with one alternate take) and two standards. This is very solid hard bop session that falls just short of Sonny's best Blue Notes, "Leapin' and Lopin'" and "Sonny's Crib," in my opinion. In any event, fans of the pianist who missed this title the first time around, will be delighted that "Dial 'S' For Sonny" has been re-dialed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Terrific laidback hard bop with outstanding solos 6 juillet 2000
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The great thing about this record is its solo performances and its laidback swing, and swing it certainly does. Most of the tracks on this record is written by Sonny himself, and played in company with the likes of Art Farmer, Hank Mobley and Curtis Fuller, you just don't get much better hard bop. The feeling this record leaves you with, is just so pleasant, and addictive it is too. Looking in retrospective it is strange that Sonny Clark didn't earn more recognition, considering that many of these songs are standard stuff. A gem of a record that operates on many levels, and therefore gets under your skin and brings about many small sensations. Certainly worth acquiring, get it before it's too late.
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