Cd - Cd - SFJazz Collective - SFJazz Collective 1+2 2 cd
Informazioni sull'oggetto Album Features UPC: 731451980220 Artist: Jimmy (Organ) Smith Format: CD Release Year: 1993 Record Label: Verve Genre: Jazz Instrument, Soul Jazz Track Listing 1. King of the Road 2. Maybe September 3. O.G.D. (aka Road Song) - (aka Road Song) 4. Call Me 5. Milestones 6. Mellow Mood 7. 'Round Midnight - (bonus track) Details Playing Time: 32 min. Contributing Artists: Richard Davis, Ray Barretto, Grady Tate Producer: Creed Taylor, Aric Lach Morrison, Jon Schapiro Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording Type: Studio Recording Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album Notes Personnel includes: Jimmy Smith (organ); Wes Montgomery (guitar); Oliver Nelson (arranger); Grady Tate (drums); Ray Barretto (percussion).Recorded in New York on September 21 & 28, 1966. Originally issued on Verve (8766). Includes liner notes by Michael Zwerin and Gene Santoro.Personnel: Jimmy Smith (organ); Wes Montgomery (guitar); Jerome Richardson (flute, clarinet, woodwinds); Danny Bank (flute, bass clarinet, woodwinds, baritone saxophone); Bob Ashton (flute, woodwinds, tenor saxophone); Phil Woods (clarinet, woodwinds, alto saxophone); Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn); Ernie Royal, Joe Newman , Jimmy Maxwell (trumpet); Dick Hixson, Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston, Quentin Jackson (trombone); Tony Studd (bass trombone); Grady Tate (drums); Ray Barretto (percussion).Liner Note Author: Gene Santoro.Recording information: New York, NY (09/21/1966-09/28/1966).Director: Mitchell Kanner.Editor: Peter Pullman.Photographer: Chuck Stewart.Unknown Contributor Role: Chuck Stewart.Arranger: Oliver Nelson.This is the sort of thing that will place high in the results of an internet search on the phrase "roots of acid jazz." Organist Jimmy Smith and guitarist Wes Montgomery were already titans of the jazz world before they teamed up, and FURTHER ADVENTURES, their second album together, enhanced the legends of both men. For the most part, it's a slow-burning affair full of simmering grooves, laid-back solos, and hypnotic riffs. The tone is exemplified by a mellow jazz/bossa nova version of the '60s pop hit "Call Me," digging deeply into a loungey feel. Interestingly, though, bop boss Montgomery pulls the bluesy Smith into his own axis on a version of "'Round Midnight" that finds Smith venturing into more harmonically adventurous territory than usual.