This was one of the first albums in which Burrell was presented as a leader. It's characterized by fast pieces and all them were composed by the members of the band.
Where these 1956-1957 recordings from guitarist Kenny Burrell and his all-star septet and sextet differ is that they were made in the confines of Rudy Van Gelder's recording studio, where the musicians were able to stretch out on two of the most memorable modern long-distance jam sessions of all time - All Night Long and All Day Long.
Written-By – Kenny Burrell. B1. Slim Jim. Written-By – Donald Byrd. All Day Long (LP, Album, Mono). Kenny Burrell, Donald Byrd. Kenny Burrell, Donald Byrd - All Day Long (CD, Album, RE, RM).
All compositions by Mal Waldron except where noted. I Wouldn't" (Hal McKusick) - 6:13. The Front Line" (McKusick) - 6:11. Dayee" (Kenny Burrell) - 14:33.
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Studio album by. All Night Long" (Kenny Burrell) – 17:10. Boo-Lu" (Hank Mobley) – 6:44. Flickers" (Mal Waldron) – 6:10.
It was released in 1957 under Prestige label as PRLP 7081. It's characterized by fast pieces and also was one of the first albums in which Burrell was presented as a leader. All the pieces were composed by the members of the band. The cover shows Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in the daytime and by night
|A1||All Day Long
Written-By – Burrell*
Written-By – Byrd*
Written-By – Byrd*
Written-By – Foster*
|PRLP 7081||The Prestige All Stars||All Day Long (LP, Album, Mono)||Prestige||PRLP 7081||US||1957|
|OJCCD-456-2, P-7081||Kenny Burrell / Donald Byrd||Kenny Burrell / Donald Byrd - All Day Long (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJCCD-456-2, P-7081||US||1990|
|PR 7277, PRST 7277||Kenny Burrell||All Day Long (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7277, PRST 7277||US||1964|
|VICJ-23710||The Prestige All Stars||All Day Long (CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM)||Prestige||VICJ-23710||Japan||1991|
|32-107||The Prestige All Stars||All Day Long (LP, Album, Mono)||Esquire||32-107||UK||1957|