Chuck Mahaffay And The Individuals / Larry Coryell Related - The Girl From Ipanema

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1964 Mono Original Housed In A Textured Jacket. The Rare Recording Debut Of Larry Coryell. All The Members But Coryell Are Multi-Instrumentalists. Besides His Guitar, The Most Predominately Defining Instrumental Voice Is The Vibraphone Of Bill Franklin, Who Also Plays Alto Sax And Drums. There's More In The Film-Noir Vein Here And A Few Pieces, Including Bassist, Tamara Burdett's Instrumental Composition Bossa Nada, The Vocal Title Track, Jobim's The Girl From Ipanema And Exodus, That Are Distinctly Brazilian In Flavor.The Group Formed In 1957, As A Completely Instrumental Jazz Quartet, Eventually Taking On More Standards And Pop Oriented Jazz; While Stirring Things Through Some Genuinely Brilliant, Though Deceptively Understated Arrangements. The Overall Feel Is After-Hours Urban Cool. Very Tasty Obscurity That Sneaks Up And Won't Let Go.

Artist: Chuck Mahaffay And The Individuals / Larry Coryell Related Title: The Girl From Ipanema Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: 21 Catalog ID: L 2101 Country: USA Our ID: 82850
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By from Japan / Nakagawa-Machi

04 September 2018

Great !

Thank you