Introducing: The Infinity Blue Note Tone Poet Series Vinyl Record
Looking for a vinyl record that will transport you back to the golden age of jazz? Look no further than the Infinity Blue Note Tone Poet Series. This remastered vinyl record captures the raw energy and virtuosity of Lee Morgan’s 1965 recording, Infinity, which wasn’t released until 1981.
With a quintet featuring jazz legends like Jackie McLean, Larry Willis, Reggie Workman, and Billy Higgins, this record takes you to the far reaches of the hard bop tradition and beyond. Whether you’re a seasoned jazz aficionado or new to the genre, the Infinity Blue Note Tone Poet Series is sure to delight.
But this isn’t just any vinyl record. The Blue Note Tone Poet Series is remastered from the original analog tapes on 180-gram vinyl and packaged in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket. The attention to detail is unparalleled, ensuring that every note and every beat is crystal clear and precise.
So why settle for a mediocre listening experience when you can have the best? The Infinity Blue Note Tone Poet Series is the perfect addition to any collection, and is sure to provide countless hours of listening pleasure. Don’t wait – order your copy today and experience jazz like never before.
Lee Morgan’s “Infinity”: A Must-Have for Jazz Aficionados
If you’re a fan of hard bop jazz, then you need to add Lee Morgan’s “Infinity” to your record collection. Recorded in 1965 but not released until 1981, this album showcases Morgan’s incredible trumpet playing alongside saxophonist Jackie McLean, pianist Larry Willis, bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Billy Higgins.
The Blue Note Tone Poet Series version of “Infinity” is remastered from the original analog tapes on 180-gram vinyl and packaged in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket, making it a stunning addition to any collection. And with its rich, warm sound quality, this record will transport you back to the golden age of jazz.
But what makes “Infinity” truly special is the way that it pushes the boundaries of the hard bop tradition. Morgan and his quintet explore new and exciting musical territory, incorporating elements of avant-garde jazz and free jazz into their sound. The result is a deeply innovative and thrilling album that will keep you coming back for more.
Of course, it’s not just the music that makes “Infinity” worth owning. Lee Morgan himself is a fascinating figure in jazz history. He began his career as a teenager, playing with legendary musicians like Dizzy Gillespie and Art Blakey. By the time he recorded “Infinity,” he was already a well-established star in the jazz world.
But tragically, Morgan’s life was cut short when he was shot and killed by his wife in 1972 at the age of just 33. “Infinity” stands as a testament to his incredible talent and the lasting impact he had on the jazz world.
So whether you’re a die-hard jazz fan or just looking to expand your musical horizons, “Infinity” is an essential addition to your record collection. With its thrilling performances, innovative sound, and rich history, this album is sure to become a treasured favorite.Shop now