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miércoles, 23 de agosto de 2017

Ceasar Frazier • Hail Caesar!





Review:
Hail Ceasar! is the first album to feature organist Ceasar Frazier as a leader and it is very much a monster bit of funky jazz. The LP consists of a number of long tracks that all jam mightily, right up there with the best of the Soul Jazz grooves coming out of the early seventies. The album was released on the rare Eastbound label a jazz subsidiary of Westbound Records. It's overall success is contributed to highly by the recording maestro Rudy van Gelder. Ceasar pulls together a Prestige-styled combo with a group of players well-known and recorded by van Gelder. It includes Houston Person on soulful sax, Cecil Bridgewater blowing away on Trumpet, Melvin Sparks throwing in some heavy licks, Gordon Edwards ramping up the bass, Idris Muhammad smashing away on drums and Buddy Caldwell doing his bit on the congas. As a first this album truly showcases Ceasar grooving hard on the organ and the chosen tracks don't disappoint. Well recommended!



 Tracks:
    1 . Hicky Burr
    2 . Ellie's Love Theme
    3 . See - F
    4 . Hail Caesar!
    5 . Make It With You
    6 . Runnin' Away

Credits:   
Ceasar Frazier - Organ
Houston Person - Tenor Saxophone
Cecil Bridgewater - Trumpet
Melvin Sparks - Guitar
Gordon Edwards - Bass
Idris Muhammad - Drums
Buddy Caldwell - Congas

Engineer [Recording] – Rudy Van Gelder

Label: Eastbound Records ‎– EB 9002
Released: 1972
Total Time: 33:19
Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style: Jazz-Funk








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2 comentarios:

  1. One of my favorite albums in the whole wide world -- and one of the best bands grooving so hard together. Idris Muhammad is one of the great drum gods!

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