Richard "Blue" Mitchell, the trumpet of Horace Silver's quintet (1958-64),
represented the "mainstream" version of hard bop with albums such as
Big Six (july 1958), in a sextet with
sextet with trombonist Curtis Fuller, tenor great Johnny Griffin, pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Wilbur Ware and drummer Philly Joe Jones, featuring a ten-minute version of Benny Golson's Blues March,
Out Of The Blue (january 1959), in quintets with tenor saxophonist Benny Golson, pianists Wynton Kelly and Cedar Walton, bassists Paul Chambers and Sam Jones and
drummer Art Blakey, highlighted by Golson's Blues on My Mind.
He matured as an arranger and composer on
The Thing To Do (july 1964), in a quintet with Chick Corea on piano.
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