Recorded by CHARLIE ROUSE on SOCIAL CALL
Uptown: UP 27.18 (LP) / Recorded January 21 & 22, 1984
Bob Porcelli's composing talents are featured on this date with Charlie Rouse, Thelonious Monk's tenor saxophonist for many years.
Front Line: E-flat, C treble clef, C bass clef, Trumpet (1st part),
Tenor Sax (2nd part)
Rhythm Section: Piano, Bass, Drums, Guitar
Piano Voicings by Cedar Walton
FULL SCORE [JRTS]*
Greenhouse starts as a straight-ahead swinger, moving into a question-and-answer bridge between horns and rhythm section.
SOLOS: The solo changes are based on What Is This Thing Called Love and full of II-Vs. It's a great chord progression for straight ahead no-nonsense bebop solos.
* Jazz Repertory Transcription Series includes chord voidings, bass lines, drum fills and melody lines cued in rhythm section parts.
Ray Vega/Ray Vega (Concord 4735)
Rick Stone/Far East (Jazzand 002)
Also see Porcelli's tribute to composer/trumpeter Kenny Dorham, K.D., recorded by the T.S. Monk Sextet.
BOB PORCELLI (b. 1937). Versatile alto-saxophonist and composer Bob Porcelli has been active in Jazz and Latin music in New York City for over 30 years. He has been featured with the bands of Tito Puente (since 1966), as well as Machito, Tito Rodriguez, Eddie Palmieri, Joe Henderson, Mongo Santamaria, Celia Cruz, Charlie Rouse and Buddy Rich. His recent work can be heard with the Bronx Horns and the T.S. Monk Sextet, both of which have recorded his compositions and arrangements, including Greenhouse and K.D.
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