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jueves, 18 de octubre de 2018

Teddy Charles • Evolution



Review by Scott Yanow
Although somewhat overlooked in the jazz history books, vibraphonist Teddy Charles was for a period an important participant in the early Third Stream movement, using aspects of classical music to revitalize West Coast-style jazz. This CD reissue features trumpeter Shorty Rogers, tenor saxophonist Jimmy Giuffre, bassist Curtis Counce and drummer Shelly Manne on a couple of advanced originals (one apiece by Giuffre and Rogers) from 1953. After moving to New York, Charles teamed up for a short time with bassist Charles Mingus, performing six other numbers in a quartet with tenor saxophonist J.R. Monterose and drummer Gerry Segal. This session alternates cookers with sensitive ballads and is one of the better recorded showcases for Charles' vibes. Recommended.

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Tracks:

J.R. Monterose (ts) Teddy Charles (vb, p) Charles Mingus (b) Jerry Segal (d)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 6, 1955
1 - Violetta
2 - The Night We Called It A Day   
3 - Jay Walkin'
4 - Speak Low
5 - Relaxo Abstracto   
6 - I Can't Get Started

Shorty Rogers (t) Jimmy Giuffre (cl, ts, bars) Teddy Charles (vb, p)
Curtis Counce (b) Shelly Manne (d)
Los Angeles, CA, August 31, 1953
7 - Free
8 - Evolution

Teddy Charles - Evolution (Prestige 7078/OJCCD 1731-2)


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2 comentarios:

  1. J.R. Monterose, too!
    (and thanks for bringing George Shearing to mind. Man, did he sell a lot of records!)

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