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Ronnie Cuber - The Scene Is Clean - 320kbps

20-08-2016, 05:34

Title: The Scene Is Clean
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Milestone
Genre: Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 58:05 min
Total Size: 140 MB

01. The Scene Is Clean
02. Adoracion
03. Song For Pharoah
04. Arroz Con Pollo
05. Mezambo
06. Fajardo
07. Tee's Bag
08. Flamingo

When The Scene Is Clean was recorded in 1993, Ronnie Cuber was far from a big name in the jazz world. The baritone saxman had solid credentials that included stints with George Benson in the 1960s and Lee Konitz in the '70s (among many other accomplishments), and yet, he wasn't nearly as well known as he deserved to be. Like other Cuber recordings, The Scene Is Clean wasn't hyped to death but is an excellent hard bop/post-bop date just the same. It's regrettable that Ronnie Cuber isn't a bigger name in jazz, for the baritonist plays with a lot of soul and charisma on Tadd Dameron's "The Scene Is Clean" and the standard "Flamingo" as well as Latin-influenced originals such as "Fajardo," "Mezambo," and "Arroz con Pollo." On the congenial, optimistic "Song for Pharoah," Cuber acknowledges the mellower side of Pharoah Sanders, although the song would have also worked for John Coltrane, Charles Lloyd, McCoy Tyner, or Lonnie Liston Smith. The Scene Is Clean was a welcome addition to Cuber's catalog. ~ Alex Henderson

Personnel: Ronnie Cuber (flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); George Waldenius, Georg "Jojje" Wadenius (guitar); Lawrence Feldman (flute); Joey DeFrancesco (organ); Geoff Kiezer, Geoff Keezer (keyboards); Milton Cardona (drums, congas, percussion); Manolo Badrena (drums, percussion); Victor Jones (drums).

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