While Joe Henderson seemed to arrive fully formed on his auspicious 1963 debut Page One, the album was really a showcase for the transcendent collaboration between the tenor saxophonist and trumpeter Kenny Dorham who would form a potent frontline team on numerous classics. Besides, Durham the incomparable McCoy Tyner, bassist Butch Warren, and drummer Pete La Roca are on hand to add the proper punch and balance needed.
The album opens with a pair of indelible Dorham compositions (Blue Bossa/La Mesha), the 6-song set penned by Henderson includes “Recorda-Me.” Page One is also available on Blue Note Classic Vinyl Edition is 180g all-analog, mastered from the original tapes. ~Editorial Review | Amazon
Listen to this amazing classic “PAGE ONE” by tenor hornist Joe Henderson.