Dexter Gordon - Albums Cover Art

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Dexter Gordon lived and recorded during his career both in US than in Europe. Collaborations involved other great jazzmen of that period, as Donald Byrd and Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Hutcherson, and many important rhythmic sections, including double bass players as Bobby Cranshaw, Paul Chambers, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, drummers Philly Joe Jones and Billy Higgins, and piano players Kenny Drew, Sonny Clark, Horace Parlan and Bud Powell.

In the followings a selection of album covers sleeves of the most important albums of the great musician. All the images are originals and they are taken from the original LP or CD.

 

See also: Dexter Gordon Discography on Music-Graffiti

The Albums of Dexter Gordon 1961-1965 (+1)

Doin' Alright 

1961

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon, tenor sax
Freddie Hubbard, trumpet
Horace Parlan, piano
George Tucker, bass
Al Harewood, drums
Tracks:
I was Doing All Right
You've Changed
For Regular Only
Society Red
It's You Or No One
 

Dexter Calling.... 

1961 (CD 1987)

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon, tenor sax
Kenny Drew, piano
Paul Chambers, bass
Philly Joe Jones, drums
Tracks:
Soul Sister (D. Gordon)
Modal Mood (K. Drew)
 I Want More (D. Gordon)
End Of A Love Affair (Redding)
Clear The Dex (K. Drew)
Ernie's Tune (d. Gordon)
Smile (Chaplin, Turner, Parsons)
Landslide (D. Gordon)
 

Go! 

1962

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon, tenor sax
Sonny Clarke, piano
Butch Warren, bass
Billy Higgins, drums
 
 

 

A Swingin' Affair 

1962 (CD 1987)

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon, tenor sax
Sonny Clarke, piano
Butch Warren, bass
Billy Higgins, drums
 
 

Our Man in Paris 

1963

Personnel:
Dexter Gordon, tenor sax
Bud Powell, piano
Pierre Michelot, bass
Kenny Clarke, drums
 

One Flight Up 

1964

Gettin' Around 

1965

Homecoming: Live at the Village Vanguard 

1976

Generation

 

The Blue Note Story by Michael Cuscuna in the inner sleeve of "Doin' Allright", 1984 reissue.

 

 

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  Alberto Truffi April 2013 - Music Graffiti

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