Moses d. Bar code: Tenor saxophonist Clifford Jordans first recorded appearance in , showed his heavy indebtedness to Sonny Rollins. After that, though his style integrated elements of Coltranes approach, in these early 60s recordings, Rollins continued to be his dominant influence, except when its everpresent shadow shifts into the background and Jordan goes for himself. These quartet and quintet sessions revealed him as a passionate player with a hardedged tone and a no-nonsense approach, and as an able writer. On Spellbound, the rhythm section, spurred by Albert Heaths crisp drumming, fuses into a tight Miles Davis type of unit, providing Jordan with just the driving support that his style demands. Starting Time is another stirring set, a quintet with Kenny Dorham and Cedar Walton, both equally fluent and expressive, and with Heath adding to it his implacable timekeeping, control and intelligence. Similarly, on Bearcat, Jordan plays with authority and conviction, while Walton, Smith and Moses perform flawlessly in a swinging session, pulsating with the urgency of upbeat and exciting exchanges. At this point, Jordan did not quite have the distinctive sound that he would develop in his period with Charles Mingus, but he was already a strong hard bop stylist.
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Bearcat is an album by jazz saxophonist Clifford Jordan which was recorded in late and early and released on the Jazzland label. Writing in the Chicago Tribune about the reissue, Jack Fuller stated: "For me hard bop is like the blues that you find at its core. It is never monotonous, no matter how closely it hews to the norm.
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