Many moons ago on Episode 95 we did an podcast devoted to Freddie Hubbard, so in honor of the new Complete at the Lighthouse release, we thought it was time to do one for Lee Morgan But not to discuss Live at the Lighthouse because that's the way we roll. (Look me up on Facebook if you have questions about that release). We survey the trumpet master's brutally truncated career and ponder what might have been while enjoying one of Blue Note's all time all stars.
Overview of Lee Morgan's career. 2:15
Discussion of Lee Morgan's album The Cooker (Blue Note) 18:50
Discussion of Lee Morgan's album The Sidewinder (Blue Note) 31:30
Discussion of Lee Morgan's album The Procrastinator (Blue Note) 40:43
Discussion of Lee Morgan's album Last Session (Blue Note) 51:00
Pop Matters 1:05:39
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