SLEEVE: VG+ MEDIA: NM- YEAR: 1974 ORIGIN: Japan EXTRAS: Insert, no obi
"Little Susie" is an album by the Ray Bryant Trio. It was released in 1959 on the Jazzland label, with The Ray Bryant Trio consisting of Ray Bryant on piano, Ike Isaacs on bass, and Specs Wright on drums.
"Little Susie" is a jazz album that features Ray Bryant's distinctive piano playing, which combines elements of bebop, blues, and soul. The album includes a mix of original compositions and jazz standards, showcasing Bryant's virtuosity and improvisational skills. Some tracks on the album include "Little Susie," "Mush Melon," "Daahoud," and "Blue Monk."
The album received positive reviews for its swinging and energetic performances, with Ray Bryant's piano work being a standout feature. It's considered a solid representation of Bryant's style during that era of jazz.