- Performer:John Gunther
- Title:Permission Granted
- Style:Hard Bop
- Date of release:1997
- Recording date:January 27, 1997 & January 28, 1997
- Size FLAC version1963 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1563 megabytes
- Size WMA version1895 megabytes
- Formats:WAV VOX MOD AIFF TTA VQF
John Gunther is an adventurous soloist whose music is full of playfulness. Teamed with bassist Leo Huppert and drummer Jay Rosen, Gunther at times hints at Charles Lloyd, John Coltrane, or Sonny Rollins on tenor but mostly displays his own spirited personality, also playing a bit of alto, soprano, and bass clarinet. His trio performs nine of his originals, most of which have original chord changes and whimsical melodies; the up-tempo soprano jam on "Home Sweet Home" (based on "What Is This Thing Called Love") is the only exception to the former
CIMP (Creative Improv.
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CreditsHoagy Carmichael - Composer
John Gunther - Clarinet (Bass), Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Leo Huppert - Bass
Jay Rosen - Drums, Guest Artist
|2||Happy B-Day Mr. C.||John Gunther|
|3||Living Room||John Gunther|
|4||Permission Granted||John Gunther|
|5||Home Sweet Home||John Gunther|
|10||Stardust Hoagy Carmichael||John Gunther|