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Art Farmer Quintet - The Time And The Place (1967)

Исполнитель: Art Farmer Quintet
Название альбома: The Time And The Place
Год выпуска: 1967
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Размер архива: 163.88 mb
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This CD, The Time and the Place, is not the album of the same name released on Columbia Records dated February 8, 1967, with pianist Cedar Walton. That recording was a studio date with live audience sounds overdubbed. This is the actual live concert date, remixed from the three-track reel-to-reel master at New York City's Museum of Modern Art's outdoor "Jazz in the Garden" series, featuring pianist Albert Dailey on August 18, 1966, and presented in its entirely. Farmer plays flugelhorn exclusively, one of the first to do so. This concert also links his time leaving the U.S. for Europe, returning briefly, then moving permanently to Vienna, Austria. Tenor saxophonist Jimmy Heath is on the date, and he sounds as good as he ever has. The show includes the first recording of his piece "Far Away Lands," a modal hard bopper that hits the ground running and never lets up. Also included is his timeless Philly funk number, the title track. Dailey's lithe piano, bassist Walter Booker's "Song for My Father"-like samba-cum-pre-disco bass, and the bright singing melody from the horns which identifies this very contemporary jazz and still bears that brand today, and evermore. Farmer did not write any of the tunes, but takes them into his own light, and is a much more expressive performer than typically soft-toned flugelhorn players who use the instrument only on ballads. He's neat and fleet during the extended "The Shadow of Your Smile," lockstep with Heath during the joyful line of "On the Trail," and thinking quickly on the changes of the faster than normal "Blue Bossa." It is also clear that Farmer is acclimating himself to the sound of the instrument, while at this time Freddie Hubbard was emerging as a trumpet star, dogging the trails Farmer, Lee Morgan, and Kenny Dorham had tread. A bit overblown during the loping soul-jazz original "Dailey Bread," the flugelhorn sounds strained as if he's pushing the envelope, Hubbard or Miles Davis looking over his shoulder. Probably the best piece, Duke Pearson's "Is That So?" is one of the great modern post-bop melodies of the era, a bright lyrical line that is the epitome of playful, interactive, truly amazing music. The bass playing of Booker and spot-on drumming of Mickey Roker is clean and quite audible, while Dailey's piano is in the background of the mix a bit. Still this is a rare document of the unsung hero Dailey, whose career was far too brief. A worthy addition, and not a footnote, to the great discography of Art Farmer, Mosaic and Michael Cuscuna deserve big kudos for unearthing this heretofore hidden treasure. ~ Michael G. Nastos, Rovi

1. On the Trail [#]
2. Band Announcement [#]
3. Far Away Lands [#]
4. The Shadow of Your Smile [#]
5. Dailey Bread
6. Blue Bossa
7. Is That So?
8. The Time and the Place [#]

Bass – Walter Booker
Drums – Mickey Roker
Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Art Farmer
Piano – Cedar Walton
Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Heath

Recorded live on February 8, 1967
CBS/SONY Inc. (Tokyo Japan)
® Columbia Broadcasting System, INC.
SONY ® Sony Corp.



(27.07.13 - 17:23) - macaralex:

В перечне состава ошибка - за ф-но Albert Dailey.


(27.07.13 - 20:05) - russel:

Art Farmer 5tet The Time & The Place (The Lost Concert) 66 '07

1 On The Trail Ferde Grofe 10:00
2 Band Announcement 0:46
3 Far Away Lands Jimmy Heath 6:36
4 The Shadow Of Your Smile J.Mandel/P.F.Webster 14:15
5 Dailey Bread Albert Dailey 11:41
6 Blue Bossa Kenny Dorham 7:40
7 Is That So? Duke Pearson 8:40
8 The Time & The Place Jimmy Heat 10:24

Art Farmer fluegelhorn
Jimmy Heath tenor sax
Albert Dailey piano
Walter Booker bass
Mickey Roker drums

Produced by Teo Macero
Engineer Tony Janek, Buddy Graham

Recorded live at The Museum Of Modern Art, NYC
on August 18, 1966

Produced for release by Michael Cuscuna
Remixed in 24 bit from the original three-track tapes
& mastered by Mark Wilder, Sony Studios

This compilation (P) 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

2007 Mosaic Records MCD-1010

(27.07.13 - 21:51) - Lake:

Да когда несколько дней назад заглядывал было четыре - надо бы активировать ссылку , а то народ может не врубон


(27.07.13 - 22:13) - macaralex:

Lake, извините, я не понял, про что речь?

(27.07.13 - 22:45) - Lake:

Ну если уж очень интересно - об концерте группы Крематорий


(27.07.13 - 23:06) - russel:


Мacaralex, это я просил Лэйка мигнуть в пост, информацию разместить, вся не вошла...

A Mosaic Discovery of a Lost Concert.

In 1967, Columbia issued The Time And The Place by the Art Farmer quintet, billing it as a concert from the Museum Of Modern Art. In fact, it was a studio recording with fake applause dubbed in. The real concert sat in the vaults until three tunes came out on a 1982 double LP reissue. Even then, no one seemed to discover the ruse. When Mosaic began researching Farmer's Columbia tapes, it became obvious that those three tracks were live and the original album was manipulated.
The actual concert took place on August 18, 1966 was recorded and, except for three tunes, has sat in the vaults ever since. We have uncovered the original three-track masters of the unedited performance, which contains seven superb extended performances and remixed them in 24-bit. This 72-minute CD contains the real concert as it happened by one of the finest, if unhearalded, hard bop bands of the '60s.

The quintet with Jimmy Heath, Albert Dailey, Walter Booker and Mickey Roker was seven months old and had developed into a first-rate hard bop ensemble. Where tunes like On The Trail and The Time And The Place were under three and five minutes respectively on the released album, each is a ten-minute tour-de-force in concert.


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