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Ike Quebec - Blue & Sentimental

Ike Quebec - Blue & Sentimental
Performer: Ike Quebec
Title: Blue & Sentimental
Country: Japan
Genre: Jazz
Style:Hard Bop
Released: Feb 2000
Catalog number: TOCJ-9188, BNST-84098
Label: Blue Note
MP3 album szie: 2754 mb
FLAC album size: 1452 mb


1Minor Impulse
Written-By – Ike Quebec
2Blue And Sentimental
Written-By – Basie, Livingston, David
Written-By – Ike Quebec
4Don't Take Your Love From Me
Written-By – Nemo
5Blues For Charlie
Written-By – Grant Green
6Count Every Star
Written-By – Coquatrix, Gallop


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BLP 4098Ike Quebec Blue & Sentimental ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Blue NoteBLP 4098US1962
0946 3 93184 2 1Ike Quebec Blue & Sentimental ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Blue Note0946 3 93184 2 1Europe2008
0777 7 84098 2 3, CDP 7 84098 2Ike Quebec Blue & Sentimental ‎(CD, Album)Blue Note, Blue Note0777 7 84098 2 3, CDP 7 84098 2Europe1988
TC-BST 84098Ike Quebec Blue & Sentimental ‎(Cass, Album)Blue NoteTC-BST 84098UK1984
BST 84098Ike Quebec Blue & Sentimental ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, TP, DMM)Blue NoteBST 84098France1986


  • BassPaul Chambers
  • Design [Cover]Reid Miles
  • DrumsPhilly Joe Jones
  • GuitarGrant Green
  • Liner NotesIra Gitler
  • Photography ByFrancis Wolff
  • ProducerAlfred Lion
  • Recorded By, Remastered ByRudy Van Gelder
  • Tenor SaxophoneIke Quebec


Recorded on December 16, 1961 (tracks 1 to 5) and on December 23 (track 6).

Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert.

Liner notes in Japanese.


  • Barcode: 766485703224
  • Rights Society: JASRAC


  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
  • Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Short intro

Blue & Sentimental - Ike Quebec. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ike Quebec. Blue & Sentimental. Blue & Sentimental is an album by American saxophonist Ike Quebec recorded in 1961 and released on the Blue Note label. The album features a quartet made up of Quebec occasionally doubling on piano, guitarist Grant Green, and a rhythm section of Paul Chambers on bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums. The album features rare rhythm guitar accompaniment by Green, who was more typically a soloist. Blue and Sentimental Album: Blue and Sentimental 1961 Written by: Count Basie Mack David Jerry Livingston Personnel: Ike Quebec - tenor Quebec's 1961-1962 comeback albums for Blue Note were all pretty rewarding, but Blue and Sentimental is his signature statement of the bunch, a superbly sensuous blend of lusty blues swagger and achingly romantic ballads. True, there's no shortage of that on Quebec's other Blue Note dates, but Blue and Sentimental is the most exquisitely perfected. Quebec was a master of mood and atmosphere, and the well-paced program here sustains his smoky, late-night magic with the greatest consistency of tone. Ike Quebec - Blue&Sentimental 1961. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Ike Quebec - Blue&Sentimental 1961. Ike Quebec - Blue And Sentimental. Ike Quebec - Minor Impulse. Ike Quebec - Don't Take Your Love From Me. Ike Quebec - Blues For Charlie. Ike Quebec - Like. Ike Quebec - Count Every Star. Ike Quebec - That Old Black Magic. Ike Quebec - It's All Right. Ike Abrams Quebec August 17, 1918 January 16, 1963 was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He began his career in the big band era of the 1940s, then fell from prominence for a time until launching a comeback in the years before his death. Critic Alex Henderson wrote, Though he was never an innovator, Quebec had a big, breathy sound that was distinctive and easily recognizable, and he was quite consistent when it came to down-home blues, sexy ballads, and up-tempo aggression. Listen online to Ike Quebec - Blue And Sentimental and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Quebec: Blue & Sentimental. Ill health and personal problems prevented Ike Quebec 1918-63 from becoming the star he could otherwise have been. The tenor saxophonist straddled 1940s swing-to-bop with as much style as his near contemporary, Dexter Gordon. His warm, weighty, approximately out-of-Coleman Hawkins playing was tailor-made for the hard bop era which followed-but he spent most of the 1950s silent, with a gorilla on his back, and his 1959 re-emergence on Blue Note, for whom he'd first recorded in the mid