Wynton Kelly. Kelly at Midnight (1960). Another great yet unsung piano player who was a prolific sideman. Best known for his work with Miles Davis, Kelly played on the iconic album, Kind of Blue. He also recorded some great albums as a leader, often bringing together the rest of Miles' rhythm section, Paul Chambers on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums, to form a formidable trio. Kelly was a "distinctive soloist," described as having "a rhythmically infectious solo style in which he combined boppish lines with a great feeling for the blues." (See, e.g., this recently posted a video Green Dolphin Street featuring John Coltrane which includes a typically great solo from Kelly.) I am particularly fond of Kelly at Midnight, which one critic calls a"first-rate trio outing with Kelly given the space to demonstrate subtlety and flair, harmonic precision, melodic brilliance and rhythmic diversity." This trio includes Chambers on bass and the great Philly Joe Jones on drums.
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