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martes, 4 de abril de 2017

Herbie Mann • The Family of Mann

Review by Scott Yanow
Herbie Mann's second in a long string of albums for Atlantic resulted in some slightly commercial but mostly enjoyable music. Two songs match the flutist with three strings and a Latin rhythm section, while three co-star vibraphonist Dave Pike with an expanded rhythm section; the remaining two tunes add four trumpets to the group. Best are renditions of "Moanin'" and Charlie Parker's "Au Privave," while "The Song of Delilah" is given a haunting treatment. Some of the other performances are more lightweight (including a truncated "Why Don't You Do Right"), making this out of print LP a bit of a mixed bag.

1 Why Don't You Do It Right
2 Guinean
3 The Puppet
4 Shein Vi Di Levone
5 Moanin'
6 This Little Girl Of Mine
7 The Song Of Delilah
8 Au Privave

Released: 1961
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz

Label: Atlantic ‎– 1371
Recording Date: April 24, 1961 - April 26, 1961

different line-up’s incl.: Herbie Mann, Dave Pike, Ray Mantilla, Nabil Totah, Ray Barretto, Joe Silva, Daniel Gonzalez, Jose Andreu, Charlie Palmieri,…

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