egroj world: Ray Barretto ‎• Señor 007

miércoles, 15 de noviembre de 2017

Ray Barretto ‎• Señor 007

Review by Jason Ankeny
The kind of wrongheaded gimmick record that works brilliantly almost in spite of itself, Ray Barretto's Señor 007 cashes in on the craze for all things James Bond by recasting composer John Barry's intrigue-laden themes as hard-driving Latin jazz groovers. Barretto's bold, widescreen arrangements and punishing rhythms ratchet the music's intensity to new levels while also expanding the potent sensuality implicit in Barry's compositions. Familiar melodies like "Goldfinger," "Thunderball," and the ubiquitous "James Bond Theme" seem fresh and new all over again -- and the cover, complete with Barretto in a classic espionage tableau, is alone worth the price of admission.

A1 Mister Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 2:26
A2 Search For Vulcan 2:46
A3 Jamaica Jump Up 2:30
A4 Thunderball 2:35
A5 From Russia With Love 2:27
B1 I Wanna Be A James Bond Girl 2:40
B2 007 2:12
B3 Underneath The Mango Tree 3:06
B4 The James Bond Theme 2:18
B5 Goldfinger 2:14

Label: West Side Latino Records ‎– WS 4278, West Side Latino Records ‎– WS-LA4278
Genre: Jazz, Latin / Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz, Boogaloo, Easy Listening

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