Ted brown and company - happy days are here again

In Good Company makes a nice companion piece to Warne Marsh 's Back Home , another mid-'80s Criss Cross date reissued in 2001. Ted Brown and guitar legend Jimmy Raney are essentially co-leaders here, teaming with a stellar rhythm section in pianist Hod O'Brien , bassist Buster Williams , and drummer Ben Riley . The CD adds five alternate takes to the original seven selections. There's some good Tristano -oriented bop writing here, particularly Brown 's opening "Blimey," based on "Limehouse Blues."

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Ted Turner: When I made the decision to do it, about a year before it went on the air, there was no question in my mind. Now the only question was: Would I run out of resources before it turned the corner? There was no way I could know about that until I went ahead and did it, because I didn’t have enough capital to see it through. But in my study of history, Erwin Rommel in the desert never had enough petrol for his offensives against the British to finish them. He had to depend on capturing fuel supplies from the British by attacking so quickly and catching them off guard that they would retreat and leave some petrol for him to finish. It was dicey, and it didn’t always work, but I knew that was what I was going to have to do. I was going to have to hit hard and move incredibly fast. And that’s what we did: moved so fast that the networks wouldn’t have time to respond, because they should have done this, not me, but they didn’t have any imagination, or didn’t have adequate imagination.

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Brown has worked with Warne Marsh and Ronnie Ball , and recorded with Lennie Tristano , Art Pepper , Hod O'Brien and Lee Konitz , as well as heading his own groups.

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