In the course of his career as a leader, Horace Silver (1928-2014) included in his band many of the most prominent young jazz musicians of the twentieth century. The quintet he took to Denmark in 1968 for the Jazz Omkring Midnat (Jazz Around Midnight) series was not together long, but the chemistry they developed made it one of the pianist’s most satisfying groups. Here are Silver, piano; Bill Hardman, trumpet; Bennie Maupin, tenor saxophone; John Williams, bass; and Billy Cobham, drums, playing one of Silver’s most popular compositions, “Song For My Father.”
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This story appears courtesy of Rifftides by Doug Ramsey.
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