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  • CD (28 octobre 1992)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Blue Note
  • ASIN : B000005HDT
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Par Etatcritique TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 25 mai 2011
Format: Album vinyle
Enregistré en 1972, sur des compositions des frères Mizell (Fonce, le trompettiste, Larry, le pianiste), cet album s'inscrit déjà dans la période et la veine Funky de Donald Byrd.
Celles-ci, parenthèse improbable, chaînon manquant entre le Jazz et le Funk, prendront corps sous la forme de cinq albums : Ethiopian nights 1971, Black Byrd 1972, Street Lady 1973, Stepping into Tomorrow 1974, Places and Spaces 1975.
Pourtant, rien ne laissait présager que Donald Byrd, trompettiste accompli du hard bop, aussi bien en sideman qu'en leader, entreprendrait pareille avancée dans le domaine de la fusion.
Le résultat en est épatant, unique, et ravira aussi bien les amateurs de Jazz que de Funk, puisqu'il combine, si l'on peut dire, les qualités de finesse de l'un, et celles de prégnance de l'autre !
Black Byrd en est en quelque sorte le véritable début. Il reste cependant plus rustique, moins fluide et élaboré que ne le seront ses successeurs. Pourtant, il jouira d'un succès commercial certain (et injuste par rapport à Street Lady et Places and Spaces) ce qui aura au moins le mérite d'encourager Donald Byrd à progresser dans cette voie de fusion.
Avec Thank you for F.U.M.L. 1978, Donald Byrd s'essaiera même au disco ! Mais l'expérience ne se révélera pas assez concluante (***). On lui préférera : Slow Drag 1967, hard bop, avancé vers cette voie fusion (*****).
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Ecouter ct album, c'est dire oui au vrai groove des ann"es 70;un retour aux sources avec une musique de haute qualité.
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HASH(0x947b9ef4) étoiles sur 5 Great album 28 mai 2008
Par Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While Miles Davis was making dark, brooding, introspective electric jazz,(which I love with all my heart,) Donald Byrd decided to investigate the other end of the spectrum.

This music is light and joyous funk, with tight vocal arrngements and a fantastic session band. Byrd took the same vocal ideas he used on New Perspective, and applied them to Sly Stone grooves. This coctail resulted in sleek but subtinative music. Sweet, fat licks that you bite into like a chocolate cherry. Commercial? Yes. Top 40 material, absolutely. Right up there on 70s radio with Barry White and Steely Dan. Not bad company, right?

Music you can listen to any time of day. Perfect.
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HASH(0x955d4570) étoiles sur 5 Donald Byrd Changes It Up 26 mars 2012
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As far back as the mid 1950's musicians such as Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers became intent on bringing jazz back to the African American community. In their time they by and large succeeded. Blues and gospel eventually began to lead into whole new styles of music such as R&B and soul as the 60's came in. Those in jazz who took to the new musics in some way did very well. Such as those who innovated in the soul jazz movement. By the time the 70's rolled around Donald Byrd was not only still an active musician but also an important music educator at Howard University where he'd soon put together a group known as the Blackbyrds,probably based on the title of this album. Recorded in 1972 but released the following year this recording found Byrd under the realization of the changes in the broader taste of the African American public by this point. Especially those bought on by the advent of Motown. This began his association with the Mizell brothers Fonce and Larry along with members of The Crusader-all of whom had played and written for different Motown acts. In particular The Jackson 5. So that influence was important to what happened here.

Now this album is not merely some heavy polyrhythmic jazz-funk exercise. This music is heavily based in pop/R&B. That means that melody,verses and choruses are a huge part this music almost more so than jazz soloing. The first two songs are in the the eight minute range. But with the advent of cinematic soul that had value too. "Flight Time" continues to build throughout the song never really arriving at anything. But that's the whole point. It stays on this terrific major key melody from beginning to end. The title song has a heftier groove with the use of moog synthesizer adding much of the weight. The majority of the songs here such as "Love's So Far Away","Mr.Thomas","Sky High" and "Where Are We Going" actually have a lot more in common with certain types of pop/soul of the time than hardcore jazz-funk. Again melody and breezy grooves with a lot of wah wah and electric piano solos are the order of the day on these tunes. Byrd and the band are back to the heavy funk however on "Slop Jar Blues". Here the moog comes back into play and Byrd himself does a bit of singing as well. It's one of the heaviest grooves here in terms of funk.

Needless to say this album met with much the same fate as most jazz-funk of the time did critically. Writers of this era have just never seemed to deal with anything outside West Coast cool and be-bop as having any relevance to jazz. Most of the time they simply missed the point of this. But in later years hip-hoppers didn't as many,especially Madlib/Yesterday's New Quintet,found new ways of re-imagining grooves from albums like this after the turn of the millennium. Of course even that being the case,it's important this music be recognized on it's own terms too. It always seemed as if musicians are often a little more ahead of the game in terms of the audience's needs than writers and critics are. Especially black musicians. There's a strong futurist type creative thread running through that cultural pool. That thought process that links the past to the present by way of a possible future. And that might be where the scism between writer and artist exists. All too often a music writer will tend to sentimentalize the past and perceive any unfamiliar musical ideas as threatening and even dangerous to their perception of art. On this album whatever sounds Byrd is making draws the listener right into the music. So on it's creative intention,it's an enormously influential success.
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HASH(0x94c270b4) étoiles sur 5 tight album 16 janvier 2008
Par MAXIMILLIAN MUHAMMAD - Publié sur Amazon.com
i've always dug me some Donald Byrd and his approach to Groove and arrangements will keep your head bopping non stop and this album was one of those albums where his trademark playing and his fusion of Jazz/funk is something that will keep your ear steady. i bought this album on disc about a decade and change ago and i have what i call the DOnald Byrd section of my music collection and stay on the Grooves. real solid and full of Snap and Funk on here.
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HASH(0x94851bb8) étoiles sur 5 Heading towards the light and fluffy elevator style jazz.... 15 septembre 2004
Par Daddy-o - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
....but not there yet. I prefer the deep funk of Byrd's "Ethiopian Knights", but "BlackByrd" has grown on me considerably. On my first listen I was taken by surprise because I wanted more "Little Rasti" and I put this away for a long time. I've been listening to it now for a few weeks straight and it's laid back summertime groove has consumed my soul. "Street Lady" has the same vibe, so I picked it up to, but I will have to stop there and dig on all the great Byrd I have. It seems after Street Lady the music got really really light and fluffy. Snore...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Go get "Fancy free", "Electric Byrd", "Ethiopian Knights", "BlackByrd" & "Street Lady" and you will have the funkiest of Donald Byrd and the best in my opinion.
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HASH(0x94805228) étoiles sur 5 an album you just gotta hear ! 27 décembre 2012
Par James W. Unger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Donald Byrd - Blackbyrd

Although he has a ton of albums that I adore, Donald Byrd's masterpiece I think was Blackbyrd! Surprisingly this album did not follow in the footsteps of "KOFI" which was more representative of Miles Davis stuff like "Bitches Brew" and "On The Corner".

In sharp contrast Byrd broke out the R&B grooves teaming up with Fonce Mizell to record this groundbreaking album making this the best selling Blue Note album of its time!

For Donald Byrd this album set him on his way and he would go on to make a few more groovy funk jazz album that would build on this work. Stylistically this album is a mix of R&B, Funk, 70's pop and jazz elements all swirled together into a cohesive album that a true toe tapper. The end result was a danceable album that was lighter and easier to listen to than many of his contemporaries. In many ways this is almost a pre-cursor to the Disco era! ....almost.

Oh yeah and there is some vocals on this recording but used mostly as a sound vs the whole lyrics thing...which I think gives it that 70's feel to the the album.

Byrd handed over all the song writing to Mizell and he just stuck to helping bring out the true nature of these songs. Byrd is assisted musically by some pretty good musicians including Roger Glenn (flutes), Joe Sample (keys), Fref Perren (keys), Dean Parks (guitar), Wilton Felder (bass), Harvey mason (drums), Bobye Porter Hall (Percussion) and Larry Mizell (vocals).

Fans of FUNK will love this album very much with songs like "Slop Jar Blues" and "Flight TIme" with its groovy bass lines.
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