Album artwork for Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl) by Grant Green

Time and troubles seem to melt away during the fifteen enrapturing minutes of “Idle Moments,” the opening track of Grant Green’s sublime 1963 album of the same name. As the piece unhurriedly unfurls all the unique colours of the ensemble present themselves with Green’s soulful guitar joined by Duke Pearson’s elegant piano, Bobby Hutcherson’s crystalline vibraphone, Bob Cranshaw’s reassuring upright bass, Al Harewood’s subtle drums, and Joe Henderson’s magnificent tenor saxophone. The pace quickens for the rest of this tremendous set including the nimble Green original “Jean de Fleur,” a bluesy take on John Lewis’ MJQ standard “Django,” and a driving performance of Pearson’s original“Nomad.” This Blue Note Classic Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.

Grant Green

Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl)

Blue Note
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Album artwork for Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl) by Grant Green
LP

£22.99

180 Gram Vinyl. All Analog Remaster.

Black
Released 20/08/2021Catalogue Number

3579910

Grant Green

Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl)

Blue Note
Album artwork for Album artwork for Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl) by Grant Green by Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl) - Grant Green
Album artwork for Idle Moments (180 Gram Vinyl) by Grant Green
LP

£22.99

180 Gram Vinyl. All Analog Remaster.

Black
Released 20/08/2021Catalogue Number

3579910

Time and troubles seem to melt away during the fifteen enrapturing minutes of “Idle Moments,” the opening track of Grant Green’s sublime 1963 album of the same name. As the piece unhurriedly unfurls all the unique colours of the ensemble present themselves with Green’s soulful guitar joined by Duke Pearson’s elegant piano, Bobby Hutcherson’s crystalline vibraphone, Bob Cranshaw’s reassuring upright bass, Al Harewood’s subtle drums, and Joe Henderson’s magnificent tenor saxophone. The pace quickens for the rest of this tremendous set including the nimble Green original “Jean de Fleur,” a bluesy take on John Lewis’ MJQ standard “Django,” and a driving performance of Pearson’s original“Nomad.” This Blue Note Classic Vinyl Edition is all-analog, mastered by Kevin Gray from the original master tapes, and pressed on 180g vinyl at Optimal.