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Ted Curson - The New Thing & The Blue Thing [Japan] (2012)

13-02-2015, 05:23
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Ted Curson - The New Thing & The Blue Thing [Japan]  (2012)

Artist: Ted Curson
Title Of Album: The New Thing & The Blue Thing [Japan] (Jazz Best Collection 1000)
Year Of Release: 2012 (1965)
Label: Reprise/WEA/Warner [8122-79689-9]
Country: USA
Genre: Hard Bop, Post-Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,.log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Time: 35:27
Full Size: 237 MB | 100 MB (Covers)

Stunning early work from trumpeter Ted Curson – a record that's got as much soul and rock-solid power as you'd guess from the image on the cover! Ted's working here in the company of his frequent partner from the early days – tenorist Bill Barron – and together, they come up with a riveting sound that rivals the genius of early 60s work from Charles Mingus or Booker Ervin – with a similar blend of sharp edges, tight rhythms, and in the pocket soul! The rest of the group features Georges Arvanitas on piano – making a rare American appearance – plus Herb Bushler on bass and Dick Berk on drums. Titles include the classic "Straight Ice", plus "Reava's Waltz", "Elephant Walk", and "Nublu".


01. Straight Ice (Curson) - 5:35
02. Star Eyes (Raye-DePaul) - 5:37
03. Ted's Tempo (Curson) - 5:17
04. Nublu (Curson-Barron) - 9:10
05. Reava's Waltz (Curson) - 4:16
06. Elephant Walk (Curson) - 5:32

Ted Curson - trumpet
Bill Barron - tenor saxophone
Georges Arvanitas - piano
Herb Bushler - bass
Dick Berk - drums

Recorded in New York on March 25-29, 1965.

Ted Curson - The New Thing & The Blue Thing [Japan]  (2012)

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chunkya   User offline   13 February 2015 07:03

thanks a bunch!!

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