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Dexter Gordon
Doin' Allright

Dexter Gordon signed to Blue Note in 1961 for his debut album Doin’ Alright. It was somewhat of a renaissance for the tenor sax legend following a decade of heroin addiction and various legal issues. Freddie Hubbard, Horace Parlan,George Tucker and Al Harewood make up the quintet. Still on Blue Note.
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Dexter Gordon
Go

In 1962, when the then 39-year old Dexter Gordon recorded Go, he had already lived a lifetime in jazz. Gordon plays chorus after chorus of outstanding ideas in his huge tone. Go! Is an album that grows in interest and power with each listen. It is Dexter Gordon at the height of his powers. Remastered and reissued as part of the Blue Note 75th anniversary vinyl reissue campaign, including special Blue Note 75 vinyl sleeve that features album cover art for 75 Blue Note titles. First run of vinyl to include Blue Note 75th logo on back of package.
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Dexter Gordon
Our Man in Paris

Recorded in ‘63 for Blue Note during his European period, Our Man In Paris is Dexter Gordon at his bopping best. A tight collection of standards it showcases why he was such an important sax player. A cohesive rhythm section of Pierre Michelot on bass and Kenny Clarke on drums allows Gordon to spread his harmonic wings. Out on vinyl LP from Blue Note.
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