29 June, 2012

Tony Scott - Tony Scott (1967)

Tony Scott - Tony Scott (1967)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 230MB
Verve
Allmusic:
Tony Scott's 1967 self-titled album for Verve is a good example of what makes him such an interesting but frustrating artist. After branching out from mainstream jazz in the 1950s, clarinetist Scott began exploring ethnic and folk music. Here listeners find him switching between straight-ahead standards and avant-garde, Eastern-influenced melodies. The result is utterly schizophrenic and ultimately makes for a frustrating listen. That said, Scott is a phenomenal musician and -- when he sticks to the experimental stuff - is quite compelling.

Tracks
-1. "Ode To An Oud" - 4:22
-2. "My Funny Valentine" - 3:38
-3. "Satin Doll" - 3:30
-4. "Homage To Lord Krishna" - 5:04
-5. "Blues For Charlie Parker" - 3:21
-6. "Sophisticated Lady" - 4:00
-7. "Swara Sulina (The Beautiful Sound Of The Flute)" - 5:05
-8. "Nina's Dance" - 3:19
-9. "Brother Can You Spare A Dime" - 3:07

Personnel
* Tony Scott (vocals, baritone saxophone, clarinet)
* Beril Rubenstein (piano, organ); Colin Walcott (sitar)
* John Berberian (oud)
* Attila Zoller (guitar)
* Milt Hinton, Richard Davis (bass)
* Jimmy Lovelace (drums)
* Souren Baronian (dumbek)
* Steve Purnillia (percussion)

 

1 comments:

durmoll said...

log & linx:
http://pastebin.com/qBPHE42a
http://tinypaste.com/24b23f0a
p: lworld
__________________
READ IT! (about old/dead publications):
http://losslessworld.blogspot.com/p/important.html
or:
http://tinypaste.com/c37cf3

Visitors

Website counter