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miércoles, 28 de diciembre de 2016

Claus Ogerman & His Orchestra • Watusi Trumpets

Review by Tony Wilds
Of Ogerman's four mod albums for Victor, Watusi Trumpets is the best, probably because it stays truest to the mod style. The other key factor is Dick Hyman's prominent (but uncredited) work on Lowrey organ. "The Joker" begins with exotic percussion, builds with a haunting flute, and then becomes a showcase for Hyman's Lowrey. Featuring the old standard "Poinciana," the rock classic "Land of a Thousand Dances," not to mention three tunes with "watusi" in the title, this mod album is as essential as any.

A1 It's Not Unusual    
A2 Stingray    
A3 Watusi Trumpets    
A4 El Watusi    
A5 Downtown    
A6 Right Now    
B1 Harlem Watch    
B2 One Step Above    
B3 The Joker    
B4 Poinciana    
B5 La Bamba    
B6 Land Of 1,000 Dances    

Recorded At – Webster Hall
Label: RCA Victor ‎– LPS 3455
Released: 1965
Genre: Jazz, Rock
Style: Lounge, Latin Jazz

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