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Improvisers know that with Roach on the drums, anything is possible; once perceived it will happen, the chances of any glitch in tempo or rhythmic feel as remote as the establishment of a Jeffersonian democracy inside an ice cream carton. The Roach group with Brown may not have been as popular as Elvis Presley, yet was still enough of a phenomenon in the modern jazz scene that speculation as to what Roach was going to do in the aftermath of Brown's death added an element of drama to both initial public reaction and residual historic appreciation.
Clifford Brown & Max Roach is a 1954 album by influential jazz musicians Clifford Brown and Max Roach as part of the Clifford Brown and Max Roach Quintet, described by The New York Times as "perhaps the definitive bop group until Mr. Brown's fatal automobile accident in 1956". The album was critically well received and includes several notable tracks, including two that have since become jazz standards. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
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- Bass – Tommy Potter
- Drums – Max Roach
- Piano – Al Haig
- Tenor Saxophone – James Moody
- Trumpet – Kenny Dorham
- Written-By – Dorham*, Roach*
NotesRecorded in Paris.
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