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miércoles, 21 de marzo de 2018

Joe Puma ‎• East Coast Jazz



One of the best records ever from guitarist Joe Puma – a player who offered his talents as a sideman on many great sessions of the 50s, but who really shines here as a leader on his own! Puma's got a clean, clear, careful touch on the strings – one that reminds us a lot of Tal Farlow on his best Verve albums of the 50s – but with a sound that's even more focused, and which is often awash in these amazing harmonics! The record features a bit of extra rhythm guitar from Barry Galbraith – playing in a mode that's got a softer swing than a piano, which might get in the way of Puma – plus vibes from Don Elliott, bass from Vinnie Burke, and drums from Ted Sommer. The mix of vibes and two guitars is about as heavenly as you can imagine – light and fluid, but still with plenty of sharper notes on Puma's solos – and tracks include the originals "Loris", "A Little Rainy", and "Pumatic" – plus "What Is There To Say" and "Liza".
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Tracks:
1 Loris (Puma)  4:16
2 A Little Rainy (Puma)  3:12
3 What Is There To Say (Duke, Harburg)  2:52
4 Hallelujah (Youmans, Robin, Grey)  3:28
5 How About You ? (Lane, Freed)  3:31
6 Pumatic (Puma)  4:12
7 Liza (Gershwin, Gershwin)  3:11
8 Moon Song (Johnston, Coslow)  3:11

Personnel:
Joe Puma - g
Don Elliott - vb
Barry Galbraith - g
Vinnie Burke - b
Teddy Sommer - dr

Recorded in New York City ; November 30, 1954










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