viernes, 24 de julio de 2009

1963 - Jimmy Woods - Conflict

Este es uno de los dos discos que el saxofonista alto Jimmy Woods grabo para Contemporary Records, un clasicazo. Un aspecto interesante del disco es la inusual sinergia de musicos donde se puede escuchar a Harold Land haciendo solos con Elvin Jones acompañados del virtuosismo armonico de Andrew Hill, armonizaciones muy de la epoca y un estilo que raya en ocasiones en el sobremodernismo de los sesentas.
Sin duda un exelente referente del Hardbop.
2.Coming Home
4.Apart Together
5.Look to Your Heart
7.Conflict - (alternate take, bonus track)
8.Aim - (alternate take, bonus track)
9.Look to Your Heart - (alternate take,bonus track)
Jimmy Woods (alto saxophone)
Harold Land (tenor saxophone)
Carmell Jones (trumpet)
Andrew Hill (piano)
George Tucker (bass)
Elvin Jones (drums)
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Martin dijo...

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