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Modesty, feelings, dignity and virtuosity; not a bad legacy. It is with all my heart and soul that I offer this sincere effort to one of the greatest trumpet players of all time; a man who left his mark as a person and as an artist. The album is named after the composition " I Remember Clifford ", a threnody by Benny Golson , which was also written in memory of Brown.
In addition to a rendition of the Golson piece using only a trumpet and piano - a tribute to the two musicians who died together , the album contains a long list of Brown's best-known standards some composed by Brown himself. One final inclusion is a new composition, "I Left This Space for You", written by Sandoval in tribute, in which Sandoval plays only a restrained melody.
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