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Curtis Fuller

The Story of Cathy & Me

  • Type CD
  • Label Challenge Records
  • UPC 0608917330922
  • Catalog number CR 73309
  • Release date 01 April 2011
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About the album

This  CD is a reflection of how Curtis is going on without his dear wife of so many years.  If how he survives with the memory of her burning in his heart as he does what he was inescapably meant to do all of his life, play his trombone just as she would have wanted him to do.  When she was with him she vigorously and ambitiously supported and encouraged him as a major pinion in his success-filled life.

This CD begins by emotionally reaching into the deepest grotto of your hearts core, and you’re symbolically Curtis Fuller but for a moment as you feel what he must be feeling, but, of course, he with greater abundance and intensity, an intensity that will follow him indefinitely as his heart hangs low with sadness and regret… and deep, personal memories.

Review by Scott Yanow: Curtis Fuller - The Story of Cathy & Me


image Trombonist Curtis Fuller’s The Story of Cathy & Me (CR73309) is a set of ballads dedicated to his late wife Cathy. One of jazz’s greatest trombonists, Curtis Fuller has been an important force in the music since the late 1950s. But even with all of his recordings (including with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and the Jazztet), The Story of Cathy & Me is an unusual project. Fuller lost his wife of many ...

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