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Presented here are some of the best recordings by the fascinating Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet. Harold Land is the tenor saxophonist on CD1, while Sonny Rollins replaces him on the whole CD2. The group is completed by Richie Powell (Bud Powell''s younger brother) on piano, and George Morrow on bass. Contained here are the original albums Study in Brown, Clifford Brown & Max Roach , Clifford Brown and Max Roach at Basin Street and Sonny Rollins Plus Four .Brown has been praised as the greatest trumpeter that ever lived by musicians such as Herb Alpert and Quincy Jones. ****Down Beat original review: Study in Brown Study in Brown is another powerfully rhythmic, emotionally driving session by this vibrant quintet whose leaders are its chief assets. Max is superb. Brownie can be very exciting and is often here. (Nat Hentoff) ****1/2 Down Beat original review: At Basin Street Clifford Brown and Max Roach at Basin Street reemphasizes the loss jazz suffered when Clifford and Richie Powell died. Energetic, full-bodied jazz, this, and thoroughly recommended. (John A. Tynan) *****Down Beat original review: Three Giants! This is the Max Roach-Clifford Brown quintet before the bitter accident. Sonny wrote the captivatingly-realized jazz waltz and also the last track, which is, I think, the most image-evoking title of the year. Brownie was moving inexorably toward status as one of the very greatest of jazz hornmen, turning more and more of his irrepressible exuberance in the joy of playing. All this actuality and promise of the quintet is here, with Rollins playing the most sustainedly creative tenor I''ve heard on record by him before. (Nat Hentoff)

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