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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 5 febbraio 2015
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4.0 su 5 stelle Never get tired of this one 28 maggio 2012
Di PH-50-NC - Pubblicato su
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The basic facts on this album are that Sco returned to a more traditional sound here after spending most of the 1980s playing jazz-rock fusion with Miles Davis and his own bands. For this session, he mixed post-bop jazz with elements of New Orleans R&B. One might jump to the conclusion that this was a contractual-obligation blowing session, based on the presence of musicians he has not recorded with since and the fact that about half the record is comprised of jazz and R&B standards. But what you get is far from a routine affair tossed off to wind up his fruitful 1980s stint with Gramavision Records. This is an album that wears very well. Better, for my money, than "Hand Jive" and "Groove Elation," two mid-1990s Blue Note albums where he also mixed swing and r&b. It's a more stripped-down affair than either of those two records, having no horns, piano, or auxiliary percussion. And then there are the standards. For the first three decades of his career (up until his Ray Charles tribute of 2005), Scofield mostly avoided recording material not written by him or, in a few cases, musical associates like Steve Swallow. This record is something of an exception, with stunning versions of All the Things You Are, Secret Love, and the classic New Orleans R&B tunes "Rockin' Pneumonia" (Huey 'Piano' Smith)and "Cissy Strut" (The Meters). For whatever reason--the more relaxed grooves, the presence of familiar favorites on the set list, or who knows what--he turned in a record that is greater than the sum of its parts. That can't always be said for the string of Blue Notes records that were to follow (save the first, the consistently wonderful Time on My Hands), which often seemed to be exactly the sum of their parts. Never less than professional and well-crafted, but only sporadically inspired at the level that he maintains through this whole session. Almost any Scofield record has a few exceptional moments that stand the test of time, but this one is at a different level, sounding almost like a live concert set, but with all the sonic benefits of a studio recording.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Magnum Opus! 6 dicembre 2006
Di Star Thrower - Pubblicato su
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Scofield"s swan song for Gramavision and the best of the lot! I bought this cd in 1989 and this music really hits the spot every time I put it on the stereo. The tunes are memorable, and John's playing is inspired by the two excellent drummers including Johnny Vidacovich, and Terri Lynn Carrington. With the exception of the late Don Grolnick playing organ on a few tracks, it's an extroverted trio affair with a big sound. Anthony Cox is on bass. If you're craving more of Sco's guitar, do yourself a favor and order this cd.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Stella Cast 1 luglio 2000
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John Scofield always knows how to pick a rythm section and he knows where to find them obviously. Jonny Vidacovich, residing from New Olreans, spices up this cd with his funky, back-beat rythms. John never stops the intensity with Vidacovich either and it takes his music to another level. This album is such a good asset to music, that everyone should make this part of their collection of get down grooving cd's.

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