|A1||Our Miss Brooks|
|A2||Trimmed In Blue|
|BLP 4138||Harold Vick||Steppin' Out! (LP, Mono)||Blue Note||BLP 4138||US||1963|
|BST-84138, ST-84138||Harold Vick||Steppin' Out (LP, Album, RE)||Blue Note, Blue Note||BST-84138, ST-84138||US||1966|
|BST-84138, ST-84138||Harold Vick||Steppin' Out (LP, Album)||Blue Note, Blue Note||BST-84138, ST-84138||US||1963|
|TOCJ-4138, BNST-84138||Harold Vick||Steppin' Out! (CD, Album, RE)||Blue Note, Blue Note||TOCJ-4138, BNST-84138||Japan||1994|
|BST-84138||Harold Vick||Steppin' Out (LP, Album, RE)||Blue Note||BST-84138||US||1969|
Steppin' Out!, Vick's first album as leader, was recorded for Blue Note in 1963 Work as sideman. Vick worked as a sideman with Jack McDuff from 1960 to 1964, and also with other organists such as Jimmy McGriff, Big John Patton, and Larry Young.
Steppin' Out. Исполнитель.
Vick, with a quintet that also includes trumpeter Blue Mitchell, guitarist Grant Green, organist John Patton, and drummer Ben Dixon, performs four blues, a slightly trickier original (five of the six songs are his), plus the ballad "Laura" on this CD reissue. There are no real surprises, but no disappointments either on what would be Harold Vick's only chance to lead a Blue Note date.
Complete your Harold Vick collection. Harold Vick – Steppin' Out! Genre: Jazz, Blues. Style: Soul-Jazz, Post Bop, Hard Bop. Year: 1963. Steppin' Out! (LP, Album, RE, 180). Heavenly Sweetness, Blue Note.
Steppin' Out! is the debut album by American saxophonist Harold Vick recorded in 1963 and released on the Blue Note label. At 27 he was already a fine player". All compositions by Harold Vick except where noted. Our Miss Brooks" - 7:27. Trimmed in Blue" - 6:10. All compositions by Harold Vick except as indicated. Steppin' Out" - 5:50. Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on May 27, 1963. Harold Vick - tenor saxophone. Blue Mitchell - trumpet. Grant Green - guitar.