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(free improvisation, post bop, big band) [WEB] Pat Patrick & The Baritone Saxophone Retinue - Sound Advice (1977) - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(free improvisation, post bop, big band) [WEB] Pat Patrick & The Baritone Saxophone Retinue - Sound Advice (1977) - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Pat Patrick & The Baritone Saxophone Retinue / Sound Advice (1977)
Жанр: free improvisation, post bop, big band
Носитель: WEB
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): USA
Год издания: 2015
Издатель (лейбл): Art Yard
Номер по каталогу: ARTYARD 014CD
Страна исполнителя (группы): USA
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 47:37
Источник (релизер): thaijameupload/qobuz
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
01 Stablemates (Intro) (00:50)
02 Funny Time (07:05)
03 Uptightedness (04:42)
04 Eastern Vibrations (09:26)
05 Sabia (07:05)
06 East of Uz (08:46)
07 The Waltz (08:32)
08 Stablemates (01:08)
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Доп. информация: Laurdine Kenneth "Pat" Patrick (November 23, 1929 – December 31, 1991) was an American jazz musician. He played baritone saxophone, alto saxophone and Fender bass and was best known for his 40-year association with Sun Ra.
Об исполнителе (группе)
Pat Patrick, like John Gilmore, spent virtually his entire career with Sun Ra's Arkestra, leading to him being somewhat underrated. Patrick had a particularly appealing sound on baritone and, although he did not lead any record sessions of his own, he was one of the better baritonists of the 1950s and '60s. As a child he studied piano, drums, and trumpet before switching to saxophones. At Du Sable High School in Chicago he first met John Gilmore. Patrick did record with John Coltrane (Africa Brass), play briefly with Duke Ellington, was a member of a little-known version of Thelonious Monk's quartet (1970), and in 1974 he recorded with the Jazz Composer's Orchestra. But otherwise, Pat Patrick from 1954 on and off until his death was closely associated with Sun Ra, where he was a reliable sideman.
Although he has performed previously on tenor and alto, Charles Davis is best-known for his fine baritone playing, both as a soloist and for his dependable work in sax sections. Early on, he gigged with Sun Ra (off and on from 1954 into the 1980s), Brother Jack McDuff, Ben Webster, Billie Holiday, and Dinah Washington (1957-1958). Davis gained some attention when he was with Kenny Dorham's band (1959-1962). He also played with Illinois Jacquet, Lionel Hampton, the Jazz Composers' Orchestra (1966-1976), Louis Hayes' Sextet (1972-1974), Clark Terry's big band, and the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra. In the 1980s, he was with Dameronia (1981-1984), Philly Joe Jones, Barry Harris, and Abdullah Ibrahim. Charles Davis has led sessions for Strata-East, West 54, Nilva, Red, and L&R.
-- Scott Yanow --
Об альбоме (сборнике)
Of all the saxophones, it is our opinion that the one with the most distinctive sound, warmth and range that can reach into that of other saxophones, is the baritone sax." As composer, bandleader, and full-time member of the Sun Ra Arkestra, Pat Patrick was a visionary musician whose singular contribution to the jazz tradition has not yet been fully recognized. As well as holding down the baritone spot in the Arkestra for 35 years, Patrick played flute and alto, composed in both jazz and popular idioms, and was a widely respected musician, playing with Duke Ellington, Eric Dolphy, Thelonious Monk, and John Coltrane, with whom he appeared on Africa/Brass (1961). But he is best known for his crucial contributions to key Sun Ra recordings including Angels and Demons at Play (1967), Jazz in Silhouette (1959), and The Nubians of Plutonia (1967), among dozens of others. But as a bandleader, Patrick only released one LP -- the almost-mythical Sound Advice, recorded with his Baritone Saxophone Retinue, a unique gathering of baritone saxophone masters including Charles Davis and René McLean. First issued in 1977 on Sun Ra's legendary Saturn Records imprint, Sound Advice is a deep-hued exploration of this special instrument, a lost masterpiece of Arkestrally-minded Ellingtonia on which higher adepts of the lower cosmic tones are heard in rare conference. Unissued since original release, this unique jazz masterpiece now returns to the limelight. Released in collaboration with the Pat Patrick estate. Remastered and restored sound. Liner notes by scholar and musician Bill Banfield.
Charles Davis - baritone saxophone (# 02)
George Barrow - baritone saxophone
James Ware - baritone saxophone
Kenny Rodgers - baritone saxophone
Mario Rivera - baritone saxophone (# 02)
Pat Patrick - baritone saxophone
Rene McLean - baritone saxophone
Reynold Scott - baritone saxophone
Jon Hart - bass
Babafemi Humphreys - congas
Steve Solder - drums
Hilton Ruiz - piano
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