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Ruby Braff & His Buddies - Controlled Nonchalance At The Regatta Bar Vol. 2 (2005)

16-01-2015, 21:13
Music | Jazz

Ruby Braff & His Buddies - Controlled Nonchalance At The Regatta Bar Vol. 2 (2005)

Artist: Ruby Braff & His Buddies
Title Of Album: Controlled Nonchalance At The Regatta Bar Vol. 2
Year Of Release: 2005
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz, Trumpet Jazz
Label: Arbors Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 70:13
Total Size: 163 Mb
Covers: Front

01. It's All Right With Me ( 9:08)
02. Ain't Misbehavin' ( 6:55)
03. Pennies From Heaven ( 9:47)
04. Ellington Medley: In A Sentimental Mood I Got It Bad (12:02)
05. Swinging On A Star ( 5:38)
06. These Foolish Things ( 9:09)
07. If You Were Mine ( 6:15)
08. Them There Eyes ( 8:25)
09. On The Sunny Side Of The Street ( 2:49)

Although cornet player Ruby Braff passed away in 2002, Arbors has continued to honor his legacy by releasing previously unavailable material. As a result, Braff's oeuvre continues to grow along with his reputation as a central figure in revival jazz. Controlled Nonchalance at the Regattabar, Vol. 2, recorded on November 26 and 27, 1993, may be an odd title for an album, but the music is fabulous. Braff is joined by tenor Scott Hamilton, pianist Dave McKenna, guitarist Gray Sargent, bassist Marshall Woods, and drummer Chuck Riggs for a 70-minute set featuring mostly familiar standards. As one might guess from glancing at the lengths of these pieces, there's a lot of room for spontaneous soloing on extended versions of "It's All Right with Me" and "Pennies from Heaven." These performers exceed in their ability to play as a band, and the instrumental mix, with heavy horns balanced by lighter piano and guitar, works well. Braff and friends offer a treat for Ellington fans with a relaxed 12-minute medley featuring "In a Sentimental Mood" and "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good." Overall, the set is fairly mellow, which makes the upbeat wildness of "Swinging on a Star" and "Them There Eyes" stand out even more. For classic jazz fans, Controlled Nonchalance is a lovely disc that will be much appreciated. ~Review by Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.

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