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martes, 19 de diciembre de 2017

Ray Bryant • Gotta Travel On



A stone groover from the great Ray Bryant – one of his brilliant albums for Cadet from the 60s! Ray's soul jazz trio (with Freddie Waits on drums) is augmented by the 2-horn trumpet section he used on some of his other Cadet recordings from the time – trumpet from Snookie Young and flugelhorn from Clark Terry, both of whom really help the album open up from the usual standard soul jazz trio side! The sound is really unique, and the "bottom" of the brass gives his piano a nice deep sound that you wouldn't necessarily expect from the arrangement – almost a bit of a bounce at the bottom, always helping the groove. The record includes a number of nice originals, like "Little Soul Sister", "All Things Are Possible", "Erewhon", and "Monkey Business" – plus versions of "Gotta Travel On" and "Bag's Groove". - Dusty Groove, Inc


1 - Gotta Travel On
2 - Erewhon
3 - Smack Dab In The Middle
4 - Monkey Business
5 - All Things Are Possible
6 - It Was A Very Good Year
7 - Bag's Groove
8 - Midnight Stalkin'
9 - Little Soul Sister

Ray Bryant - Gotta Travel On (Cadet LP 767)
Snooky Young (trumpet) Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Ray Bryant (piano) Walter Booker Jr. (bass) Freddie Waits (drums)
NYC, February 17, 196614542 It Was A Very Good Year
14543 All Things Are Possible
14544 Erewhon (Nowhere)
14545 Little Soul Sister

Ray Bryant (piano) Walter Booker Jr. (bass) Freddie Waits (drums)
NYC, February 18, 196614546 Monkey Business
14547 Bags' Groove
14548 Midnight Stalkin'
14549 Gotta Travel On
14550 Smack Dab In The Middle








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