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   Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz



Год издания : 1996

Компания звукозаписи : Verve

Музыкальный стиль : Afro-Cuban Jazz, Cool, Latin Jazz, Post-Bop, World Fusion

Время звучания : 1:13:17

Код CD : 314 531 562-2

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : World Music (Latin America)      

Recording Date: August 28, 1961 - September 19, 1967

Original title of "Soul Sauce" is "Guachi Guaro".

On track #2 and #6, the second flute is played by either Jerry Dodgion or Jerome Richardson and the bass by either Richard Davis or Bobby Richardson.

String section, guitarist, drummer and percussionist on track #16 unknown. Also, no information about the additional players on track #15.

In apparent response to the sampling of old Latin jazz records by hip-hop artists, Verve raided its Cal Tjader archive to come up with this fiercely grooving collection drawn from nine of his Verve albums. For all of producer Creed Taylor's '60s penchant for fashioning two- to four-minute cuts aimed at airplay, he allowed Tjader's groups considerable room to stretch out on several of the tracks included here, particularly on the live "Los Bandidos" and the hypnotic collaboration with pianist Eddie Palmieri, "Picadillo." More importantly, Tjader's records with Taylor were more varied in texture than his earlier discs, venturing now and then from his solid Afro-Cuban base into Brazilian rhythms, soul, big-band backings, and '60s pop touches. Among the best cuts included here are "Sambo Do Suenho" - which has a killer bossa/Afro-Cuban rhythm stoked by Grady Tate, Armando Peraza and Ray Barretto working in terrific symmetry - Peraza's fast, hard-swinging "Maramoor Mambo," and Horace Silver's "Tokyo Blues," as spearheaded by Lalo Schifrin's driving big band.

All Music Guide

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Recorded between August 1961 and September 1967. Includes liner notes by Jesse "Chuy" Varela.

There is a hushed intensity to most of Tjader's work, due largely to the mercurial shimmer of his vibraphone. Quiet groovers like "Triste" ease alongside more uptempo fare like "Manteca" and the jaunty Brazilian groove of "Samba Do Suenho." Piano firebrand Eddie Palmieri sits in on a reading of Tito Puente's "Picadillo," and the appearance of Lalo Schifrin's big band offers dynamic contrast on a hard-driving rendition of Horace Silver's "Tokyo Blues." Though the real crate diggers will continue rifling through archives, this Verve set provides a superb sampler of this Latin-influenced groove master.

Compilation producers: Aric Lach Morrison, Jesse "Chuy" Varela.

Verve's TALKIN' VERVE: ROOTS OF ACID JAZZ series, ostensibly meant to save DJs weeks of digging through crates on their own, compiles sample-worthy cuts from the 1960s artists like Cal Tjader. A key figure in the mainstream popularization of Latin jazz in America, Tjader's coolly swinging vibes and sophisticated, unerring sense of rhythm make him a perfect candidate for the series. Over the 72-plus minutes of this collection, one can hear Tjader's scintillating amalgam (part traditional Latin, part bop, part West Coast cool), and the movement he helped define.



  Соисполнители :

Al McKibbon (Bass, Piano)
Al Zulaica (Piano)
Alberto Valde's (Percussion)
Armando Peraza (Percussion)
Attila Zoller (Guitar)
Barry Rogers (Conga)
Bill Fitch (Conga)
Bob Bushnell (Bass)
Bobby Rodriguez (Bass)
Carl Burnette (Drums)
Carlos 'Patato' Valdes (Conga)
Chick Corea (Piano)
Chico O'Farrill (Conductor)
Clare Fischer (Piano)
Clark Terry (Trumpet)
Dick Hyman (Organ)
Don Butterfield (Tuba)
Donald Byrd (Trumpet)
Ed Shaughnessy (Drums)
Ed Thigpen (Drums)
Eddie Palmieri (Piano)
Ernie Royal (Trumpet)
Freddy Schrieber (Bass)
George Berg (Bassoon, Clarinet)
George Castro (Flute, Percussion)
George Duvivier (Bass)
Grady Tate (Drums)
Irving Horowitz (Oboe)
Ismael Quintana (Percussion)
Jack Del Rio (Conga, Tambourine)
Jerome Richardson (Flute)
Jimmy Heath (Tenor Saxophone)
Jimmy Raney (Guitar)
Joao Donato (Piano)
John Hilliard (Bass)
Johnny Rae (Drums)
Jose Mangual (Timbales)
Jose Rodriguez (Trombone)
Julian Priester (Trombone)
Kenny Burrell (Guitar)
Lalo Schifrin (Conductor, Piano)
Le'on Cohen (Oboe)
Lonnie Hewitt (Piano)
Manny Oquendo (Drums)
Mark Weinstein (Trombone)
Oliver Nelson (Conductor)
Paul Horn (Flute)
Ray Barretto (Conga, Percussion)
Red Mitchell (Bass)
Richard Davis (Bass)
Robert 'Brother Ah' Northern (Horn)
Seldon Powell (Flute)
Stan Applebaum (Conductor)
Stanley Gilbert (Bass)
Tommy Lopez (Drums)
Urbie Green (Trombone)
Victor Pantoja (Percussion)
Walter Levinsky (Flute)
Wilfredo Vincente (Conga)
Willie Bobo (Percussion, Vocals)


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   1 Los Jibaros         0:02:46 Ray Rivera / Vin Roddie
   2 Manteca         0:06:38 Gil Fuller / Dizzy Gillespie / Chano Pozo
   3 Samba Do Suenho         0:05:52 Cal Tjader
   4 Mambo In Miami         0:02:48 Armando Peraza
   5 Triste         0:04:12 Cal Tjader
   6 Soul Burst (Guajera)         0:04:41 -"-
   7 Los Bandidos         0:07:19 -"-
   8 Soul Sauce (Guachi Guaro)         0:02:28 Dizzy Gillespie / Chano Pozo
   9 Picadillo         0:07:06 Tito Puente
   10 Maramoor Mambo         0:04:04 Armando Peraza
   11 Insight         0:05:35 Bill Fitch
   12 Tokyo Blues         0:04:15 Horace Silver
   13 Afro Blue         0:04:30 Mongo Santamaria
   14 Cuando, Cuando, Que Sera?         0:02:56 Cal Tjader
   15 Cal's Bluedo         0:05:35 -"-
   16 Fuji         0:02:32 -"-

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