Pete La Roca - Basra
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By the time drummer Pete La Roca recorded his debut album Basra in 1965 he had appeared on nine Blue Note sessions and spent time in bands led by Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane. But it was another tenor titan, Joe Henderson, that La Roca brought in as the sole horn voice to front a dynamic quartet that Ira Gitler called "one of the most attuned rhythm sections in jazz." Featuring bassist Steve Swallow and pianist Steve Kuhn.
Heavyweight vinyl produced by Blue Note Records.