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David Amram & George BarrowJazz Studio No 6 – Amram-Barrow Quartet/The Eastern Scene ... LP
Decca, 1957. Very Good ... $28.99
An enigmatic set of modern jazz – recorded by the Amram-Barrow Quartet – an obscure group led by tenor saxophonist George Barrow and horn player David Amram, the latter of whom would go onto great fame in the 60s and 70s for his groundbreaking arrangements, soundtrack work, and world/jazz experiments! At this point, Amram's a young modernist with some very fresh ideas – and contributes some wonderful original tunes to the session with a moody east coast style that almost has traces of the Mingus camp – particularly the work of Jimmy Knepper and Pepper Adams. George Barrow's tone on the tenor is really tremendous – sharp and soulful, reminding us a bit of the freshness that Hank Mobley brought to some of his early sessions in the 50s, but with less of a hardbop fire. The rhythm in the group is by Arthur Phipps on bass and Al Harewood on drums (Amram plays a bit of piano as well) – and titles include "City Talk", "Someday Morning Will Come", "Somewhere Along The Way", "Phipps Quipps", "Lobo Nocho", and "I Love You". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, but is nice overall – no splits.)
 
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Paquito D'RiveraManhattan Burn ... LP
Columbia, 1987. Near Mint- ... $7.99
With Claudio Roditi on trumpet and flugelhorn, Fareed Haque on acoustic and electric guitar, Daniel Freiberg on acoustic and electric guitar, Sergio Brandao and Paul M Socolow on electric bass, Ignacio Berroa on drums, Ricardo Eddy Martinez on synthesizers, and Sammy Figueroa, Daniel Ponce, and Ciro Baptiste on percussion. Titles include "Manhattan Burn", " For Leny (Andrade)", "Guataca City (For David Amram)", "Paquito", "Paquito's Samba", " Feelings Of The Heart", "Two Venezuelan Waltzes", "A Lo Tristano", and "All The Things You Are". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve. Cover has light surface wear and a promo stamp.)
 
 
 



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