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viernes, 13 de octubre de 2017

Ernie Wilkins ‎• The Big New Band of the 60's



Review by Scott Yanow:
Despite its title, the Ernie Wilkins Orchestra did not become "the big new band of the '60s" and this LP was its only recording. With such an all-star cast (including trumpeters Clark Terry and Charlie Shavers, tenors Zoot Sims and Yusef Lateef, vibraphonist Eddie Costa and guitarist Kenny Burrell) the big band would not have had much of a chance anyway in the 1960s. Wilkins' progressive but swinging arrangements for three of his originals and nine standards are enjoyable but the brevity of the tracks (the longest one is 3½-minutes) and the rather short solos is unfortunate. This LP falls a bit short of its great potential.


Tracks:
1 - Broadway
2 - Surrey with the Fringe on Top
3 - Falling in Love with Love
4 - The Continental
5 - Makin' Whoopee!
6 - Stompin' at the Savoy
7 - You're Driving Me Crazy
8 - L Baubles, Bangles and Beads
9 - I, Somebody Loves Me
10 - All of You
11 - Gone with the Wind
12 - It Don't Mean a Thing
13 - Ernie's Blues
14 - Satin Doll
15 - Fascinating Rhythm
16 - Canadian Sunset
17 - Very Much in Love
18 - Undecided
19 - Fresh Flute
20 - I'll Get By
21 - A Swinging Serenade
22 - Lover Man
23 - Everything's Comming Up Roses
24 - Speak Low

 Release Date 1960
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Bop, Jazz Instrument
Recording Date: March 11, 1960 - April 28, 1960









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