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sábado, 12 de mayo de 2018

Herbie Mann • Flautista!





After adding Cuban-born conguero Carlos “Patato” Valdes to his backing group on the recommendation of jazz DJ Sid Torin, Herbie Mann mounted a State Department-sponsored tour of Africa that further expanded his musical horizons — Flautista!, recorded live at New York City’s Basin Street East in June 1959, captures the flutist’s deepening immersion in global rhythms and harmonies, documenting a pan-cultural jazz aesthetic that points the way for the myriad world music efforts that followed in its wake. Favoring a subtle, thoughtful combination of bebop melodies and Afro-Cuban rhythms, the group — also including Valdes, vibraphonist Johnny Rae, bassist Knobby Totah, and percussionists Santos Miranda and Luis Mangual — delivers a beautifully light yet hypnotically insistent performance that suffers from none of the awkwardness endemic among these kinds of early fusion efforts. Mann even detours to the Far East for a cool, graceful rendition of the exotica staple “Caravan.” Verve’s 1998 reissue appends a pair of unreleased cuts, “Delilah” and “Basin Street Este.”


01. Todos Locos
02. Cuban Patato Chip
03. Come on, Mule
04. The Amazon River
05. Caravan
06. Delilah
07. Basin Street Este

50 minutes 48 seconds

Musicians:
Jose Mangual Bongos, Kenyan Drum
Herbie Mann Flute, Clarinet (Bass); Wood Flute
Santos Miranda Percussion, Drums, Kenyan Drum
Johnny Rae Marimba, Vibraphone
Knobby Totah Bass, Finger Cymbals
Carlos “Patato” Valdes Percussion, Conga, Kenyan Drum

Label - Verve
Release Date - 1959
Genre - Jazz, Bop, Crossover Jazz
Format - mp3 256 Kbps
Size - 97.35 Mb










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