Jimmy Forrest All The Gin Is Gone Master Quality Reel To Reel Tape (Quarter Track)
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Although Jimmy Forrest is well known for composing and playing the huge R&B
hit "Night Train", his bebop tenor sax playing ranks among the best. This 1959
session features the very first recording of guitarist Grant Green who later
went on to Blue Note records. These were also early recordings of drummer Elvin
Jones who was yet to join the legendary John Coltrane Quartet. The less than
gentle title of this album should give you a gleaming insight to the hearty type
of offering enclosed; uninhibited mainstream bebop.
To create the production master for this product, the original analog master
tapes were played on an optimized Otari MTR10 and copied to a newly refurbished
Ampex ATR 102 using RMGI SM-900 tape stock. Subsequent copies were made on more
Otari MTR10s using SM-911 tape stock. Quarter-track format recorded at 7.5ips on
one seven-inch reel housed in a cardboard box with UV-coated cover art and liner
• Half-Track Format
• Original analog master tapes were played on an optimized Otari MTR10 and
copied to a newly refurbished Ampex ATR 102 using RMGI SM-900 tape stock
• Subsequent copies made on Otari MTR10s using SM-911 tape stock
• Recorded at 7.5ips (IEC) in the NAB format on one seven-inch reel
• Housed in a cardboard box with UV-coated cover art and liner information
• First time on reel to reel
Jimmy Forrest, tenor saxophone
Grant Green, guitar
Harold Mabern, piano
Gene Ramey, bass
Elvin Jones, drums
1. All The Gin Is Gone
3. You Go To My Head
6. What's New