PW: egroj

jueves, 13 de abril de 2017

Al Casey • Jumpin’ With Al-The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions



Best known as Fats Waller's guitarist in the 1930s, Al Casey has played for many decades since that time. On this reissue CD, Casey had his first opportunity to lead his own record date in 13 years. Seven performances (including a previously unreleased number and two new alternate takes) match Casey in a quartet with pianist Jay McShann, bassist Roland Lobligeois, and drummer Paul Gunther; "Rosetta" and two versions of "I'm Beginning to See the Light" are most memorable. The other three numbers (which include "Just You, Just Me" and "I Wish I Knew") have Casey, tenor saxophonist Arnett Cobb, pianist Milt Buckner, Lobligeois, and drummer Michael Silva joined by the tap dancing of Jimmy Slide. All in all, this set does jump a lot and is a fine example of 1940s-style small group swing that looks toward early R&B. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide


1. Rosetta (5:45)
2. Willow Weep For Me (7:18)
3. One Woman’s Man (5:42)
4. I’m Beginning To See The Light (4:23)
5. Pousse-Cafe (3:50)
6. Just You, Just Me (6:56)
7. If You Ain’t K (9:45)
8. I Wish I Knew (6:36)
9. I’m Beginning To See The Light (4:16)
10. Pousse-Cafe (Take 2) (3:38)


Release Date---1974
Recording Date---1973 07 18+1973 08 01


Musicians:
Milt Buckner - Piano
Al Casey - Guitar (Main Performer)
Arnett Cobb - Sax Tenor
Jay McShann - Piano
Michael Silva - Drums
Paul Gunther - Drums
Roland Lobligeois – Bass






This file is intended only for preview!
I ask you to delete the file from your hard drive after reading it.





2 comentarios: