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ONE WAY Recommends [Issue #16]
Bud Shank & Phil Woods
By Scott Yanow

Live At Yoshi’s (CD Capri)

Altoists Bud Shank and Phil Woods, who are respectively 78 and 73 years old, are two of the great surviving veterans of 1950s jazz. Although they crossed paths now and then through the years, Live At Yoshi’s is their first joint recording. While both musicians originally came out of the Charlie Parker style and are known for their associations with bebop, they have evolved into their own styles and have stayed modern through the years. Shank, who in the 1950s had a very cool tone and doubled on flute, has since the 1980s specialized exclusively on alto and developed a more adventurous hard bop approach. Woods, while paying allegiance to Charlie Parker, is not shy about letting the influences of Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter into his playing. Joined by pianist Mike Wofford, bassist Bob Magnusson, and drummer Bill Goodwin, the two classic altoists romp on “Bouncing With Bud” and “Minority,” cook on “Nature Boy,” play with great lyricism on Benny Carter’s “Summer Serenade,” and are quite lyrical on the other three selections. Although neither player wants to look bad in comparison to the other, their music is more cooperative than competitive, looking ahead rather than seeking to recreate past glories. Highly recommended.


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