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jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2016

Afro Blues Quintet Plus One • Afro Blues Today




Artist Biography by Ron Wynn
A mid-'60s sextet with a Latin edge, the Afro-Blues Quintet + 1 featured a vibes/sax front line and a rhythm section augmented by congas and timbales assisting the standard piano/bass/drums instrumentation. The group's albums included political and protest pieces, originals, remakes of standards like "Green Dolphin Street," religious/spiritual numbers, soul/jazz and R&B hits, plus some challenging tunes such as "3/4-5/4-7-2." Joe De Aguero on vibes and alto saxophonist/flutist Jack Fulks were the principal soloists, with pianist Bill Henderson, bassist Norm Johnson, conga player Moses Obligacion, and Michael Davis on drums and timbales completing the lineup.


Tracks:
A1 - South Side Habit     2:46
A2 - Mirror Image     2:49
A3 - Soul Walk     2:40
A4 - Lud-Mila     2:38
A5 - Candie Luv     2:41
B1 - Twilight Thunder     2:40
B2 - Evening Of The Beast     2:45
B3 - My Love Behind The Golden Door     3:00
B4 - Down With The Downers     2:40
B5 - Bright Is The Dawn     3:03

Sello: Crestview Records ‎– CRS 3054, Crestview Records ‎– CRS-3054
Fecha: 1970
Género: Jazz, Latin
Estilo: Latin Jazz, Soul-Jazz





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