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TERELL STAFFORD QUINTET: Taking Chances (Live at the Dakota

TERELL STAFFORD QUINTET: Taking Chances (Live at the Dakota

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Baylor Woodwind Quintet

Ensemble

Terell Stafford Quintet

Chamber

Venue:

Live recording, Dakota, United States

Venue

Record Label
MaxJazz

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Jazz Contemporary

Total Time - 77:11
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TERELL STAFFORD QUINTET: Taking Chances (Live at the Dakota

     
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TERELL STAFFORD

1 

A Nick Off the Mark

07:34
     
 

BRUCE BARTH

2 

Pegasus

08:51
     
 

VERNON DUKE

3 

Cabin in the Sky

11:20
     
 

TRADITIONAL

4 

Jesus Loves Me

10:37
     
 

TERELL STAFFORD

5 

Blues for J.T.

11:11
     
 

WILLARD ROBISON

6 

Old Folks

08:17
     
 

EMILY HALL

7 

Paper Trail

08:05
     
 

TIM WARFIELD

8 

Shake it for Me

11:16
     
 Baylor Woodwind Quintet Ensemble


 Taking Chances: Live at the Dakota finds journeyman trumpeter Terell Stafford leading his quintet through a performance at the Dakota Bar & Grill in Minneapolis, MN in June of 2005. A fiery improvisor with formidable trumpet technique and an ear for knotty, post-bop lines Stafford has graced the albums of countless other artists and it’s always a pleasure to hear him get a chance to stretch-out on his own. Joining him here is a stellar ensemble including saxophonist Tim Warfield, pianist Bruce Barth, bassist Derrick Hodge, and drummer Dana Hall. From the frenetic and foot stomping lead-off of Stafford original "A Nick Off the Mark" to the unexpectedly plaintive and bluesy take on the traditional lullaby "Jesus Loves Me" and the similarly engaging ballad "Old Folks," Taking Chances is a superb entry into Stafford’s discography. This is urbane, cerebral, and soulful modern jazz.

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