sábado, 22 de julio de 2017

Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers • Saffron And Soul



Review by Richie Unterberger
As he did on his other '66 session (Tough!), Pucho mixed pop and soul hits with the stronger stuff. That means the best and funkiest pieces--"Aye Ma Ma," "Soul Yamie," and a typically irreverent cover of "Caravan"--are mixed with the likes of "Reach Out I'll Be There" and "Alfie."


Tracks
1. What a Piece [Douglas]
2. Caravan [Ellington/Mills/Tizol]
3. Alfie [Bacharach/David]
4. The Groover [McEwan]
5. Reach Out (I'll Be There) [Dozier/Holland]
6. Soul Yamie [Bivens]
7. Early Autumn [Burns/Herman/Mercer]
8. Something Black [Phillips]
9. Don't Do It (Aye Mama) [Dozier/Holland]

Personnel:
Vincent McEwan (tp)
Claude Bartee (ts)
Harold Alexander (ts, fl)
William Bivens (vib)
John Spruill (p)
James Phillips (b)
William Curtis (d)
Richie "Pablo" Landrum (cga)
Norberto Apellaniz (bgo)
Henry Pucho Brown (ldr)

Prestige Records Catalog: 7500 seriesPR 7502 Pucho And The Latin Soul Brothers - Saffron And Soul
Vincent McEwan (trumpet) Claude Bartee (tenor saxophone) Harold Alexander (tenor saxophone, flute) William Bivens (vibraphone) John Spruill (piano) James Phillips (bass) William Curtis (drums) Richie "Pablo" Landrum (congas) Norberto Apellaniz (bongos) Pucho (leader)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 8-10, 1966
What A Piece
The Groover
Reach Out, I'll Be There
Soul Yamie
Alfie
Early Autumn
Aye Mama
Something Black
Caravan
Don't Do It








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