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Page One – Joe Henderson

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  • Page One is the debut album by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, released by Blue Note Records in 1963. Besides Henderson, the musicians for the album were trumpeter Kenny Dorham, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Butch Warren and drummer Pete La Roca. The album's tracks were all written by either Henderson or Dorham, and include two pieces that went on to become jazz standards: "Recorda Me" by Henderson and "Blue Bossa" by Dorham. All the musicians but Tyner are credited are on the album's front cover; Tyner is listed simply as "etc.", because he was signed to the rival Impulse! Records label.


    AllMusic describes the album as a "particularly strong and historic effort". According to All About Jazz, Page One is still one of Henderson's "most critically acclaimed albums".

    PopMatters, by contrast, prefers later works, indicating in one review that Page One "has the careful feel of a leader’s first session". The album was identified by Scott Yanow in his Allmusic essay "Hard Bop" as one of the 17 Essential Hard Bop Recordings.


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  • Artist: Joe Henderson
    Label: Blue Note, Universal Music Group International
    Format: LP
    Units: 1
    Country: Europe
    Genre: Jazz
    Style: Hard Bop
  • A1 Blue Bossa
    A2 La Mesha
    A3 Homestretch
    B1 Recorda-Me (Remember Me)
    B2 Jinrikisha
    B3 Out Of The Night