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Inez Jones & Oscar Moore - Have You Met Inez Jones

16-07-2015, 15:49
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Inez Jones & Oscar Moore - Have You Met Inez Jones

Artist: Inez Jones & Oscar Moore
Title Of Album: Have You Met Inez Jones
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Fresh Sound Records
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 61:42 min
Total Size: 139 MB
WebSite: itunes

01. Too Marvelous For Words
02. Until The Real Thing Comes Along
03. Tangerine
04. Since I Fell For You
05. I Can't Get Started With You
06. Where Or When
07. Angel Eyes
08. Dancing On The Ceiling
09. To A Wild Rose
10. Moonlight In Vermont
11. It's A Pity To Say Goodnight
12. Don't Worry 'bout Me
13. Sweet Loraine
14. Don't Take Your Love From Me
15. There's A Small Hotel
16. Big, Fat Butterfly
17. If You Were Mine
18. Happy
19. Taborra
20. Take A Back Seat Mr Jackson
21. They Say
22. I Want A Man To Gimme Some Luck
23. Proud Of You

Tracks #1,2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16 & 18 are from the 12” LP “Have You Met Inez Jones?” first issued on Riverside (RLP 12-819), and Omegatape (ST-7018). Tracks #3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17 & 19 are from “Presenting Oscar Moore”, Omegatape (ST-7012). Tracks #3 & 15 also issued on the 12” LP “Have You Met Inez Jones?” Riverside (RLP 12-819). Tracks #20 & 21 from the 78 rpm Victor 20-5135. Tracks #22 & 23 from the 78 rpm Victor 20-4989.

Personnel on tracks #1,2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18: Inez Jones (vcl), Oscar Moore (g), Carl Perkins (p), Curtis Counce (b), and Bill Douglas (d); Master Recorders, Los Angeles, May 27, 1957. Personnel on tracks #3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19: Oscar Moore (rhythm guitar, and solo guitar [overdubbed]), and Leroy Vinnegar (b); Audio Arts Studio, Los Angeles, Dec. 12 & 14, 1956. Personnel on tracks #20-23:Inez Jones (vcl), Howard Biggs (p), Red Callender (b), and Chico Hamilton (d); Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, July 17, 1952.

Inez Jones was a good singer whose solid reputation, especially among the jazz cognoscenti, never really spread much beyond San Francisco’s Bay Area, where she worked steadily during the Forties and the Fifties. With a light, attractive voice, a little reminiscent of Maxine Sullivan, she could swing, and her deft phrasing and reading of a lyric enabled her to handle a variety of material with persuasive authority.

Her rare recorded work is notable for the fact that she brought the intimate manner of her club performances into the studio, and for the accomplished jazzmen she used to make the handful of recordings on which she appeared. On the 1957 album these include the near legendary pianist, Carl Perkins, part of a fine West Coast rhythm section with bassist and celebrated bandleader Curtis Counce, and drummer Bill Douglas, as well as guitarist Oscar Moore, who achieved his greatest fame in the trio of another singer, Nat King Cole. (Incidentally, on the instrumental numbers turned by Moore in this album, two guitars are heard, both by Oscar. Bass, played by Leroy Vinnegar, and rhythm guitar were recorded first, and then solo guitar was overdubbed.)

As a bonus, four tracks from two rare 78rpm albums Miss Jones recorded five years earlier are included, and all the tunes from the Moore and Vinnegar session that were not released on the album.

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ogutierrez   User offline   17 July 2015 02:29

Thank you v. m.

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