Grant Green – Street Of Dreams


Grant Green’s 1964 Street Of Dreams date with organ guru Larry Young is an entirely different affair than Talkin’ About, the session the pair recorded earlier that year. It features four lengthy meditations that find Green and Young (not to mention vibraphone viscount Bobby Hutcherson) unfurling thoughtful, low-key riffs that establish an autumnal, introspective feel, as opposed to the more hard-bop-tinged tracks on the previous album. Green may be known as a master of soul jazz, but Street Of Dreams proves he’s got plenty more strings to his bow, and sounds oddly contemporary, as though it could have been released on a label like ECM some 20 years later.


01. I Wish You Love
02. Lazy Afternoon
03. Street Of Dreams
04. Somewhere In The Night

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One Response to “Grant Green – Street Of Dreams”

  1. charlie says:

    thanks for this! meant to look for it some time ago, but had forgotten… cheers~

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