Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
That's a great album cover. Now I need to go find this album.
Does anyone else have this album? In the early part of the first track, Succotash, I can hear some quite harsh sounds several times in the left side. It's a bit of a percussive sound, a bit like one of those shaker instruments. I can listen again and get an approximate time stamp. I'm also looking for some online recordings but YouTube blocks most I see from this record in Canada.
Shawnn Monteiro, One Special Night. With Clark Terry, Jim Woods, Jim Cobb and John Henderson from 2013
Wynton Marsalis - Live At The Village Vanguard - Disc.5 Friday Night
Kenny Drew - Portrait: Oboe Concerto
Keith Jarrett - Death And The Flower
Herbie Hancock - Trio '81
Youtube's upload also shows harshness on the left.
Thanks for that. And do you know what? When in doubt read the jacket!
"The scraping sound in the percussion section on Succotash is Osvaldo "Chihuahua" Martinez on guiro, a gourd-like instrument".
And here is Chihuahua Martinez and his guiro.
Mal Waldron Trio - Free At Last
That's a great album, need to revisit.
The Anthony Wilson Trio - "Jack of Hearts"
Hey - thank you so much, Arclight. You know, one thing about the Paris LP, is that there is an immediacy and an intimacy about it. It's not "produced" in any way. Bud is THERE. And his playing and feeling are so beautiful. He even makes a couple of mistakes! And those are cool!
I also love your consistently great posts here. - G
Andy LaVerne with John Abercrombie - Natural Living
Another recent acquisition, first go round. Good, not great. I was hoping for something a little more upbeat from this pairing. Ramsey Lewis & Nancy Wilson: Meant To Be:
Very Well recorded, the highlight for me was "Peel Me A Grape". Wanted a better rendition of Van Morrison's "Moondance."
Billy Higgins - The Soldier
Bob Cooper - Shifting Winds
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