Lots of little intricate touches -- sharp piano from Bobo Stenson and Nils Lindberg, delicate bass from Palle Danielsson, thoughtful saxophone from Bernt Rosengren and Arne Domnerus, even a little trumpet from Allan -- yet it never Jan Allan - 5 totally hangs together.
The two Africans don't addmuch, but the trio has a good sense of their Africanism -- particularly Carvin, but Hopkins is typically first rate too. This is an early album, but he's moved far out of the usual soul jazz rut, mostly into big band terrain.
Six long, relaxed performances, the two classics Waller and Monk being the ones you most notice, but solid work all around. Gayle starts out nasty, and gets nastier; in other words, he's always been an acquired taste and probably a marginal one at thatand his records are inevitably more of the same.
Observations on the general state of the universe and its overall direction are particularly welcome, but also on The album's tracks, "East Wind" and "Green Dance", are both excellent examples of the soulful freedoms allowed in the Japanese scene of the 70s — side-long numbers that are different both from contemporary performances on both the US and European scenes of the period.
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Just to let you know Yet he has g Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Born in UtsunomiyaJapan, Sadao first began learning music at the age of 18 and started performing professionally in
So these sessions are something of a side project. Roy became a matinee idol and American legend, also a competitor for Gene Autry as the nation's favorite singing cowboy was born! He was greatly esteemed as a piano teacher.
He joined Pink Floyd in but left three years later after one album. In he went to Konigsberg, where from to he was a pupil of J.