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Donald Byrd - Places and Spaces (1975)

31-01-2015, 10:37
Jazz | Funk | FLAC / APE

Donald Byrd - Places and Spaces (1975)

Artist: Donald Byrd
Title Of Album: Places and Spaces
Year Of Release: 1975
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Jazz-Funk
Quality: WAVPack (image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 35:52
Total Size: 243 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Change (Makes You Wanna Hustle) (Mizell) 5:06
02. Wind Parade (Mizell) 6:06
03. (Fallin' Like) Dominoes (Clayton, Mbaji, Sigidi) 4:31
04. Places and Spaces (Mizell, Mizell) 6:17
05. You and the Music (Mizell, Mizell) 5:19
06. Night Whistler (Carter, Mizell, Mizell) 3:39
07. Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me) (Strong, Whitfield) 4:36

Donald Byrd - trumpet, fluegelhorn, solo vocals
Raymond Brown - trumpet
George Bohanon - trombone
Tyree Glenn, Jr. - tenor saxophone
Craig McMullen, John Rowin - guitars
Larry Mizell - piano
Skip Scarborough - electric piano
Fonce Mizell - clavinet, trumpet
Chuck Rainey - electric bass
Harvey Mason - drums
Mayuto Correa - percussion
King Erricson - congas
James Carter - whistler
Vocals by Fonce Mizell, Kay Haith, Larry Mizell

Reuniting with Larry Mizell, the man behind his last three LPs, Donald Byrd continues to explore contemporary soul, funk, and R&B with Places and Spaces. In fact, the record sounds more urban than its predecessor, which often played like a Hollywood version of the inner city. Keeping the Isaac Hayes, Curtis Mayfield, and Sly Stone influences of Street Lady, Places and Spaces adds elements of Marvin Gaye, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Stevie Wonder, which immediately makes the album funkier and more soulful. Boasting sweeping string arrangements, sultry rhythm guitars, rubbery bass, murmuring flГјgelhorns, and punchy horn charts, the music falls halfway between the cinematic neo-funk of Street Lady and the proto-disco soul of Earth, Wind & Fire. Also, the title Places and Spaces does mean something -- there are more open spaces within the music, which automatically makes it funkier. Of course, it also means that there isn't much of interest on Places and Spaces for jazz purists, but the album would appeal to most fans of Philly soul, lite funk, and proto-disco.

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