03 abril 2011

Frank Rosolino : Four Horns and a Lush Life 1956

Frank Rosolino - Four Horns and a Lush Life (1956)
eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 180MB
Toshiba/EMI | miniLP | TOCJ-62052

-01 - I'll Never Forget What's Her Name (3:20)
-02 - But Beautiful (2:17)
-03 - Dancing on the Ceiling (3:09)
-04 - The Boy Next Door (2:37)
-05 - Just One of Those Things (4:06)
-06 - Zigeuner Noël Coward (2:55)
-07 - Limehouse Blues (3:04)
-08 - Lush Life (2:07)
-09 - Lover, Come Back to Me (5:36)
-10 - Ramona (2:40)
-11 - Someone to Watch over Me (2:31)
-12 - What Is This Thing Called Love? (3:04)

Russell Garcia (Conductor) Frank Rosolino (Trombone) Maynard Ferguson (Trombone) Herbie Harper (Trombone) Tommy Pederson (Trombone)
Dick Houlgate (Baritone Sax) Marty Paich (Piano) Red Mitchell (Bass) Stan Levey (Drums)


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Russ Garcia was a popular arranger in the mid-'50s, often working with some of the best jazz artists of the day. On this session for Bethlehem, he conducts an octet with four trombonists (including Maynard Ferguson, Frank Rosolino, Herbie Harper and Tommy Pederson), plus baritone saxophonist Dick Houlgate, pianist Marty Paich, bassist Red Mitchell and drummer Stan Levey. Most of Garcia's cool arrangements are of standards, while his "I'll Never Forget What's Her Name (The Lo-est)" is a barely disguised reworking of the chord changes to "Fine and Dandy." Obviously, the trombonists are the primary focus of the solos, though Paich, Houlgate and Mitchell get a chance to get in a few licks of their own. Garcia's use of a trombone choir is very effective in the warm treatment of "Lush Life" and a cooking "What Is This Thing Called Love." Licensed at least once for a reissue LP in the 1970s, this enjoyable album should not be terribly hard to acquire; it was also released under Frank Rosolino's name as Four Horns and a Lush Life.

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