Al Waslon Trio - The Many Moods Of The Al Waslon Trio download album
- Performer: Al Waslon Trio
- Title: The Many Moods Of The Al Waslon Trio
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: VOC AIFF MIDI TTA MP2 ASF AIFF
- Released: 1967
- MP3 album: 1719 mb
- FLAC album: 1243 mb
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The Many Moods Of The Al Waslon Trio (LP, Album). Alda Records, Alda Records.
This reissue conceived and produced for Cherry Red by Richard Anderson with many thanks to Paul Robinson. Mastered by Alan Wilson at Western Star - this CD has been carefully restored and remastered from a very rare stereo vinyl copy of the album. Licensed from EMI Commercial Markets. Made in EU. Japanese reissue of the EU release with obi and additonal insert with Japanese liner notes. The insert has a separate cat. number: MSIG 0570.
Perdido Johnny Hodges; Al Waslon Trio. 2. Jeep's Blues Johnny Hodges; Al Waslon Trio. 3. All of Me Johnny Hodges; Al Waslon Trio. Both seminal figures: Johnny Hodges, one of the three classic alto-saxophonists in jazz, Charlie Shavers, one of the two or three greatest trumpeters of his (or perhaps any) era. Both had the gift of making perfection sound easy, and both revelled – with an almost Casanova sensuality – in every tonal, and technical richness that their instrument was capable of. On this record, the two old masters perform in two settings each, both with the kind of ripe luscious talent that grows only in the summertime of an art. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM and 1. 896 MHz, . 448 MHz, . 224 MHz DSD.
The self-aggrandizing and ostensibly talented Murry Wilson's primary claim to fame was as the patriarch of the Beach Boys - Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson. Prior to the band's success in the early 1960s, the elder Wilson gained nominal recognition as the author of "Two Step, Side Step," a second-tier hit for C&W vocalist Bonnie Lou. Once the Beach Boys established themselves, Murry managed to finagle a solo album deal, yielding The Many Moods of Murry Wilson (1967).
Charlie Shavers With Al Waslon Trio – Undecided B7 John Kirby's Sextet – I'll Make Fun For You. Line-up/Musicians.
Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone). Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone). Recording Venue: Colombia, Ohio, USA. Seymour Simons: All of Me. 1:51.
By 1952, Teddy Wilson's flawless swing style had already been fully formed for at least 17 years, and it would not change at all during the remaining three decades of his life. Wilson's performances were predictably excellent, but predictable nonetheless.
|A3||World On A String||2:57|
|A4||Sing Me No Sad Songs||2:15|
|A5||Yes Sir, That's My Baby||2:07|
|A6||What Is This Thing Called Love||2:15|
|B2||Memories Of You||3:14|
- Recorded At – MusIcol Studios
- Bass – Joe Schmalz
- Cover – Andy Show
- Drums – Ed Knill
- Piano – Al Waslon