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Houston Person, Ron Carter - Something In Common (1990)

23-04-2015, 20:00
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Houston Person, Ron Carter - Something In Common (1990)

Artist: Houston Person, Ron Carter
Title Of Album: Something In Common
Year Of Release: 1990
Label(Catalog#): Muse Records [MCD 5376]
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Cool Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork | MP3
Quality: Lossless | 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:17
Total Size: 212 MB(+3%) | 121 MB(+3%)


01 - Blue Seven
02 - I Thought About You
03 - Mack The Knife
04 - Joy Spring
05 - Good Morning Heartache
06 - Anthropology
07 - Once In A While
08 - Blues For Two

personnel :

Houston Person - tenor sax
Ron Carter - bass

Houston Person is one of the last in a long line of thick-toned tenors who display soul in every note they play while bassist Ron Carter's versatility is legendary (it seems as if he has spent half of his life in recording studios). Their duet CD, although not inevitable, works out quite well. Carter not only sets the rhythms behind Person but sometimes plays chords (Г  la Count Basie guitarist Freddie Green) or the melody in unison with the tenor, continually keeping the music flowing in an unhurried and relaxed fashion. None of the selections (seven standards plus "Blues for Two") are taken faster than mid-tempo and Person has been chewing up these chord changes for years, so the main attractions of this date are the instrumentation and the strong interplay between Person and Carter. The results are both relaxed and successful. [A Japanese version added a bonus track.]~ Scott Yanow

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gibheid   User offline   27 April 2015 08:26

Terrific! Thanks bastun!

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