3 PANEL DIGIPACK EDITION
INCLUDES 3 BONUS TRACKS
The group featured on "The Cannonball Adderley Quintet at the Lighthouse" (Riverside RLP-9344) included Cannonball’s brother Nat Adderley on cornet and pianist Victor Feldman. "At the Lighthouse" was Cannonball’s second “live” album (recorded at a club in front of an audience but with professional equipment with the intention of producing an album, as opposed to private or radio broadcast live recordings). Cannonball’s first highly successful live effort was "The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco", which marked Adderley and Bobby Timmons’ first collaborative recording. Despite its title, the 1959 Cannonball-Coltrane collaboration, The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in Chicago, was a studio album. Different versions of three of the LP’s tunes, taped that same year, have been added here as a bonus.
JULIAN “CANNONBALL” ADDERLEY, alto sax
NAT ADDERLEY, cornet
VICTOR FELDMAN, piano
SAM JONES, bass
LOUIS HAYES, drums
The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California, October 16, 1960.
01 SACK O’ WOE
02 BIG “P”
03 BLUE DANIEL
04 AZULE SERAPE
06 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE
07 BLUE DANIEL #2 (*)
08 AZULE SERAPE #2 [Studio version] (*)
09 BIG “P” #2 [Studio version](*)
TOTAL TIMET: 63:20 Min.