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Roy Haynes - Quiet Fire (1977)

Исполнитель: Roy Haynes
Название альбома: Quiet Fire
Год выпуска: 1977/1979/2004
Label: 2004 Galaxy Music 95005
Формат файлов: MP3@320K/s
Размер архива: 183,5 MB
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A Roy Haynes CD that incorporates funk, soul, rock, and pop elements and includes electric keyboards and electric bass? In the generally conservative jazz climate of the 21st century -- a time when Wynton Marsalis and his equally rigid associates enjoy way too much influence -- the assumption is that a CD by someone of Haynes' caliber shouldn't be anything less than 100 percent purist in its outlook. But Haynes, truth be told, has long been versatile -- his resumé includes everyone from Pat Metheny to Lester "The Pres" Young -- and Quiet Fire reflects the veteran drummer's admirable diversity. Quiet Fire reissues two Galaxy LPs (1977's Thank You Thank You and 1978's Vistalite) back to back on a 77-minute CD. Haynes was in his early fifties when the albums were recorded, and he was obviously open to trying a variety of things. Parts of Quiet Fire are essentially straight-ahead post-bop, including Stanley Cowell's reflective "Sweet Song" and a hard-swinging version of Bronislaw Kaper's "Invitation." But a poppier, more R&B-influenced Haynes asserts himself on funky offerings like "Venus Eyes" and "Water Children" -- a Haynes who gives the impression that he's hip to Grover Washington, Jr., the Crusaders, Tom Scott, Charles Earland, Ronnie Laws, and other jazz-funksters of the '70s. At their best, all of those artists exemplified tasteful commercialism back then -- and Haynes brings a similar mentality to the more commercial parts of Quiet Fire. Haynes was definitely reaching out to soul, rock, and pop audiences at the time, but he did it with integrity; he never stooped to playing the sort of abysmal, mind-numbing elevator music that dominates today's NAC/smooth jazz formats. This CD is mildly uneven -- some of the tunes are more memorable than others -- but all things considered, Quiet Fire paints an attractive picture of Haynes in 1977 and 1978. ~ Alex Henderson

01. Thank You Thank You 6:55
02. Bullfight 11:13
03. Quiet Fire 8:13
04. Processional 5:22
05. Sweet Song 6:21
06. Vistalite 5:55
07. More Pain Than Purpose 5:43
08. Wonderin' 4:06
09. Venus Eyes 4:41
10. Rok Out 6:30
11. Water Children 6:44
12. Invitation 6:05

Roy Haynes - drums
Bobby Hutcherson - vibraphone
Ricardo Strobert - flute, alto sax
John Klemmer, Joe Henderson - tenor sax
Marcus Fiorillo - guitar
Stanley Cowell - electric piano
Milcho Leviev - piano, electric piano
George Cables - piano
Ron Carter - bass instrument
Kenneth Nash - cowbells, tambourine, percussion

Recording Date July 16-18, 1977

#1-5 originally released as Thank You Thank You (Galaxy 5103)
#6-12 originally released as Vistalite (Galaxy 5116)



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