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Paul Desmond: Take Ten

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Straightahead / Mainstream Jazz
premiera polska:
27.09.2010
kontynent: Ameryka Północna
kraj: USA
opakowanie: Jewelcaseowe etui
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Paul Desmond (właściwie Paul Breitenfeld 1924-1977), amerykański saksofonista altowy, przedstawiciel cool jazzu z wyjątkowym talentem do melodycznych improwizacji. Popularność przyniosła mu współpraca w kwartecie Dave’a Brubecka w latach 1951-1967 (uznanie zdobyła napisana przez niego kompozycja “Take Five”).

Editor's info:
Originally released in 1963 [RCA Victor ‎LSP 256].
Tracks 9 to 11 bonus tracks not on original album.
Take Ten was the first small-group jazz album Desmond released as a solo artist under a contract with RCA records. His initial RCA releases were an album featuring him alongside a string orchestra (1961's Desmond Blue), and a small-group session co-lead with Gerry Mulligan (1962's Two of a Mind). With Take Ten, Desmond continued a partnership with guitarist Jim Hall that had begun with the 1959 quartet album First Place Again for Warner Bros. records. In the time between the earlier quartet record with Hall and Take Ten, Desmond (as part of The Dave Brubeck Quartet) had a huge popular hit in 1961 with his composition "Take Five". "Take Five" was recorded in 1959 for the Brubeck Quartet's Time Out album, but only became a hit after the 1961 single release. Take Ten's title track was a 5/4 jazz composition similar to "Take Five" in terms of rhythm, chord structure, and melody. The Take Ten album also reflected the popularity of another early-1960s Billboard Hot 100 U.S. jazz hit, 1962's "Desafinado" recording by jazz saxophonist Stan Getz. "Desafinado" marked the beginning of the bossa nova craze in North America. The Dave Brubeck Quartet (featuring Desmond) recorded Bossa Nova U.S.A. in the fall of 1962, following the popularity of "Desafinado". Take Ten was Desmond's first solo album to incorporate bossa nova. Desmond continued to explore bossa nova in his next album, 1964's Bossa Antigua.

muzycy:
Paul Desmond: Alto Saxophone
Eugene Wright: Bass (tracks: 1)
Gene Cherico: Bass (tracks: 2 to 8, 10, 11)
George Duvivier: Bass (tracks: 9)
Connie Kay: Drums
Jim Hall: Guitar

utwory:
1. Take Ten 3:08
2. El Prince 3:32
3. Alone Together 6:49
4. Embarcadero 4:04
5. Theme From Black Orpheus 4:10
6. Nancy 6:02
7. Samba De Orpheu 4:26
8. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else 5:38
9. Out Of Nowhere- Bonus Track 6:45
10. Embarcadero (Alternate Take) -Bonus Track 4:53
11. El Prince (Alternate Take) - Bonus Track 5:35

Recorded at Webster Hall, New York City, USA :
1 June 25, 1963
2, 3, 10 and 11 June 12, 1963
4 & 6 June 14, 1963
5 & 7 June 10, 1963
8 June 5, 1963
9 June 19, 1963

wydano: Sep 27, 2010
more info: www.columbiarecords.com

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Wydawca
Columbia (USA)
Artysta
Paul Desmond
Nazwa
Take Ten
Instrument
alto saxophone
Zawiera
1CD
Data premiery
2010-09-27 (1963)
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