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Gato Barbieri - The Third World download album

  • Performer: Gato Barbieri
  • Title: The Third World
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Country: US
  • Formats: DXD AU ASF MPC WAV MMF AIFF
  • Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Latin Jazz
  • MP3 album: 1369 mb
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Gato Barbieri - The Third World download album

The Third World is an album by Argentinian jazz composer and saxophonist Gato Barbieri featuring performances recorded in 1969 and first released on the Flying Dutchman label. creating a danceable yet fiery combination of South American rhythms and free jazz forcefulnes".

This album has an average beat per minute of 179 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 179/179 BPM). Tracklist - The Third World.

The Third World is the initial session that mixed Gato Barbieri's free jazz tenor playing with Latin and Brazilian influences. It's also the album that brought Barbieri positive attention from the college crowds of the late '60s. He would expand on this musical combination with his next few Flying Dutchman releases as well as his first recordings for the Impulse! label. The records made between 1969 through 1974 find Barbieri creating a danceable yet fiery combination of South American rhythms and free jazz forcefulness

Artist: Gato Barbieri Title Of Album: The Third World Year Of Release: 1970 (CD 1995) Label: BMG Genre: Latin Jazz, Smooth Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+. The Third World is the initial session that mixed Gato Barbieri's free jazz tenor playing with Latin and Brazilian influences.

Artist: Gato Barbieri Album: The Third World Genre: Latin Jazz Label: BMG Released: 1969 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: 1. del Llamero/Tango (Barbieri, Piazzola, Quiroga) - 11:04 2. Zelao (Ricordo) - 8:02 3. Antonio das Mortes (Barbieri) - 9:26 4. Bachianas Brasileiras/Haleo and the Wild Rose (Villa-Lobos) - 10:58. As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes.

Gato Barbieri was largely unknown when he entered the studio in November 1969 to record his first Flying Dutchman album. He’d recorded an LP for ESP and had appeared as a sideman on a few others, including Charlie Haden’s Liberation Music Orchestra on Impulse, produced by Thiele. The resultant The Third World saw him recording versions of numbers by South American composers such as Heitor Villa-Lobos and Astor Piazzolla and marked a brave step forward in his concept. His next album Fenix would provide him with his breakthrough but The Third World is an important work and an early validation of Thiele’s faith in him. By Dean Rudland.

Tracklist

A1 Introduction-Cancion Del Llamero And Tango 11:04
A2 Zelao 8:02
B1 Antonios Das Mortes 9:25
B2 Bachanianas Brasileiras 11:02

Credits

  • Bass – Charlie Haden
  • Design – Robert Flynn
  • Drums – Beaver Harris
  • Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
  • Mixed By – Tony Salvatore
  • Painting [Cover Painting] – Patricia Mancuso
  • Percussion – Richard Landrum
  • Photography By – Ray Ross*
  • Piano – Lonnie L. Smith, Jr.*
  • Producer – Bob Thiele
  • Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Vocals – Gato Barbieri
  • Trombone – Roswell Rudd

Notes

White label. Gatefold non-laminated cover.

Recorded November 24th and 25th, 1969

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout "FD" to "30" Stamped, the rest Etched): FD 10117 AR 30 I AI C
  • Barcode (Side B Runout "FD" to "31" Stamped, the rest Etched): FD 10117 BR 31 I AI D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FDS-117 Gato Barbieri The Third World ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Flying Dutchman FDS-117 US 1970
74321257582 Gato Barbieri The Third World ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA, BMG 74321257582 Europe 1995
6369 403 Gato* The Third World ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Philips 6369 403 Netherlands 1971
74321257582 Gato Barbieri The Third World ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA, BMG 74321257582 Europe 1995
74321257582 Gato Barbieri The Third World ‎(CD, Album, RE) RCA, BMG 74321257582 Europe 1995




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