Hank Mobley No Room for Squares
In addition to boasting one of Reid Miles’ greatest album cover designs, Hank Mobley’s 1964 album No Room for Squares is a marvel for the music alone. Standing as one of the tenor saxophonist’s finest Blue Note entries the album features two different quintet line-ups performing a set of 6 compelling original tunes by Mobley and Lee Morgan.
BLUE NOTE CLASSIC VINYL EDITION: Stereo, mastered from a digital source by Kevin Gray, manufactured at Optimal (180 g), padded inner sleeves.
Hank Mobley - No Room for Squares (1964)
A1. Three Way Split
A3. Up A Step
B1. No Room For Squares
B2. Me 'N You
B3. Old World, New Imports
Hank Mobley (tenor sax); Donald Byrd (trumpet); Herbie Hancock (piano); Butch Warren (bass); Philly Joe Jones (drums, March 7, 1963); Lee Morgan (trumpet); Andrew Hill (piano); John Ore (bass); Philly Joe Jones (drums, October 2, 1963)