Roy Haynes Out Of The Afternoon
Drummer Roy Haynes was just about everywhere in the golden age of jazz, recording classic albums with some of the most legendary names of the genre. The hard-bop-verging-on-post-bop Out Of The Afternoon is an excellent example of the adventurous spirit that was taking flight in the jazz world in the early 1960s. Haynes swings as the leader of this 1962 Impulse! session, featuring A-list jazzmen Roland Kirk (multiple instruments including stritch and nose flute!), Tommy Flanagan (piano) and Henry Grimes (bass).
VERVE ACOUSTIC SOUNDS SERIES: mastered fully analogue from the original tapes by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound, QPR pressing (180 g), firm tip-on gatefold (Stoughton Printing), padded inner sleeve.
Roy Haynes - Out Of The Afternoon (1962)
A1. Moon Ray
A2. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
B1. Snap Crackle
B2. If I Should Lose You
B3. Long Wharf
B4. Some Other Spring
Roy Haynes (Drums), Henry Grimes (Bass), Tommy Flanagan (piano), – Roland Kirk (Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone [Manzello, Stritch], Flute)