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Barney Kessel - Contemporary Latin Rhythms (2014)

13-01-2015, 10:51
Jazz | Latin | FLAC / APE

Barney Kessel - Contemporary Latin Rhythms (2014)

Artist: Barney Kessel
Title Of Album: Contemporary Latin Rhythms
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Reprise
Genre: Jazz, Latin
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 30:46
Total Size: 202 mb


01. Blues In The Night (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer) 2:39
02. Days Of Wine And Roses (Johnny Mercer/Henry Mancini) 2:30
03. Latin Dance N°1 (Barney Kessel) 2:32
04. Lady Byrd (Tadd Dameron) 3:30
05. One Note Samba (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Jon Hendricks/Newton Mendonça) 4:15
06. The Peanut Vendor (Marion Sunshine/Moises Simons/Wolfe Gilbert) 3:10
07. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Joe Davis/Osvaldo Farrés) 3:13
08. Everytime I Hear This Song (Barney Kessel) 3:47
09. Love (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane) 2:47
10. Twilight In Acapulco (Barney Kessel) 2:23

Barney Kessel (Guitar)
Red Mitchell (Bass)
Stan Levey (Drums)
Paul Horn (Saxophone, Flute)
Conte Candoli (Trumpet)
Victor Feldman (Vibraphone)
Al Hendrickson (Guitar)
Bill Pitman (Guitar)
Emil Richards (Marimba)
Eddie Talamantes (Percussion)
Francisco Aguabella (Percussion)
Frank Capp (Percussion)

These three Barney Kessel albums, recorded for Reprise in the early 1960s, are true gems. Reprise dabbled in recording jazz artists during this time and these Kessel albums truly shine. I remember finding the Kessel "Breakfast At Tiffany's" on vinyl about 10 years ago and listening to it was a dream come true. I am so glad it is here on CD along with more of Kessel's work during that period. "Breakfast At Tiffany's" has a slight jazz flair. True, that Kessel did not choose to make it a hard core jazz album and we should be thankful for his decision. Instead, he plays it with sophistication and style, adding his signature jazz touches where they add depth to the score but never overdoing it. I highly recommend this collection. - by Johnny K,

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