Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
We just got back from a 10-day vacation and side two of this is what I was compelled to hear first.
Song for My Father (Cantiga Para Meu Pai)
The Horace Silver Quintet
1964/1966 Blue Note BST 84185
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
Going back to the 50's with Miles today.
The organ is actually not the most typical Jazz instrument, so this album is very strange... but worth listening...
Recorded October 1975 in Meersburg (lake of Constance)
Fischer plays an Austria made Rieger pipe organ (Truhenorgel) with following voices:
Quinte: 1 1/3´
1977, Musikproduktionen Schwarzwald (MPS)
The Other Side Of Abbey Road
Recorded (Van Gelder Studio) 1969
Released (A&M LP) 1970
Reissued (A&M CD) 1989
George Benson (guitar, vocals)
Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Marvin Stamm (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Wayne Andre (trombone, euphonium)
Don Ashworth (baritone saxophone)
Sonny Fortune (alto saxophone)
Jerome Richardson (tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute)
Phil Bodner (flute, oboe)
Hubert Laws (flute)
Herbie Hancock, Ernie Hayes, Bob James (piano, organ, harpsichord)
Ron Carter, Jerry Jemmott (bass)
Ed Shaughnessy, Idris Muhammad (drums)
Ray Barretto, Andy Gonzalez (percussion)
Don Sebesky (arranger)
I like organs in Jazz a lot. So here's what's next for me today:
Organissimo - Dedicated -
The Dave Pike Set
"Noisy Silence - Gentle Noise"
(with Volker Kriegel covering Frank's "Mother People")
Recorded in 1969 in Villingen, Black Forest, Germany
Musikproduktionen Schwarzwald (MPS)
System (most likely the only one on this planet):
1976 Bang&Olufsen Beogram 4004 (MMC20CL)
1978 New Acoustic Dimenson Receiver 7080
1987 Rogers (BBC) studio monitors LS 5/9
Richard 'Groove' Holmes - Timeless -
Sam Noto - Notes To You
Happy Father's Day and happy listening to you too!
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