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Joe Zawinul - The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream (1967) [2012 Japan]

14-09-2016, 19:37
Jazz | Soul | Oldies | FLAC / APE

Title: The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream [Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster]
Year Of Release: 2012 (1967)
Label: Warner Japan / WEA [WPCR-27124]
Genre: Jazz / Hard Bop / Soul Jazz / Third Stream
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 34:54
Total Size: 429 MB

Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. Although Joe first came to big fame in the US as a funky vamper and soloist behind Cannonball Adderley's big group of the 60s, this early album as a leader has a much more mature sound than Joe's funky work with Cannon – and it rightly earns the "third stream" tag in the title through the use of an enlarged ensemble that includes cello and viola, in addition to the core group of soulful players like Jimmy Owens, Richard Davis, and Freddie Waits. William Fischer's also on the record on tenor, and many of the tracks are his own compositions, with that kind of weird off-kilter, slightly serious approach he used on other Atlantic/Vortex sessions at the time. The mix of soul and serious scoring is actually a pretty darn compelling blend – as you'll hear on tracks like "Lord, Lord, Lord", "Soul Of A Village", and "The 5th Canto".


01 - Baptismal
02 - The Soul Of A Village - Part I
03 - The Soul Of A Village - Part II
04 - The Fifth Canto
05 - From Vienna, With Love
06 - Lord, Lord, Lord
07 - A Concerto, Retitled

Joe Zawinul - piano and electric piano
William Fischer - tenor saxophone and arrangements
Jimmy Owens - trumpet
Alfred Brown - viola
Selwart Clarke - viola
Theodore Israel - viola
Kermit Moore - cello
Richard Davis - bass
Roy McCurdy - drums
Freddie Waits - drums
Warren Smith - percussion

Joe Zawinul - The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream (1967) [2012 Japan]

Joe Zawinul - The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream (1967) [2012 Japan]

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frav10   User offline   20 April 2016 21:53

Thank's from Israel 3

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