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Boom-Jackie-Boom-Chick Import


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  • CD
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Msi Music/Super D
  • ASIN : B000QUCXHW
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PAUL GONSALVES QUARTET Boom-Jackie-Boom-Chick (Rare and super limited 2006 Japanese 8-track remastered CD the first and only edition of this incredible 1964 recording on compact disc. Just 500 copies of the LP were originally released. This highquality Japanese CD issue reproduces the laminated flipback sleeve artwork label design and album notes beautifully complete with Japanese translated booklet and obi-strip. To give some background Gonsalves arrived in London during the badwinterof 1962-63 to escape the legal wranglings of the US Musicians Union. He recorded this gem of a set under the declaration that it took place in Switzerland to avoid further trouble. Teamed with the Brit-jazz musicians Pat Smythe (piano) Kenny Napper (bass) and Ronnie Stevenson (drums) all firm admirers of Gonsalves incredible warmth and depth of playing. Boom-Jackie-Boom-Chick turned out to be a killer set of hard-bop numbers and one of the greatest jazz recordings of the sixties UCCM-9242)

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HASH(0x9af07498) étoiles sur 5 Hard to find but worth every penny 3 octobre 2007
Par Johnny Dova - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
By the time I discovered this japanese import, it was nearly impossible to find. Needless to say, the sound is audio-phile quality and the packaing mini-lp is exceptional down to the original art work. Paul recorded several sessions with swiss musicians and this is the best of the bunch. The quartet is basically no name players. Gonsalves' tone is breathtaking and the songs are Bop with an ocassional Latin vibe. I expect this disc to reappear in 2008 as Universal did not print enough for the demand of this disc. After listening to this, I would also like to have the 200gm Japanese Import Lp but it may be harder to track down than the cd. If you see this cd and you can afford it, GET IT!
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HASH(0x9af07948) étoiles sur 5 No name jive 3 septembre 2011
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Format: CD
The 2007 review of this recording made me smile. I bought the LP in the mid-1960's and it has remained one of my favourites of all PG's recordings. I must make some clarifying comments. First, I don't like classifying music but to my mind this ain't bop! It's fine, swinging jazz by top-class musicians. Secondly,the accompanists were well known on the British and European scene: Pat Smythe, who died too young, an outstanding pianist, as his long solo on You Are Too Beautiful will attest; Kenny Napper and Ronnie Stephenson, bass and drums, respectively, were currently with John Dankworth's Orchestra and subsequently much sought-after session men. [The second tenor, on Village Blues,is Jackie Sharpe, well known to visitors to Ronnie Scott's Club.]Finally, the recording was made not in Switzerland but in London - Swiss Cottage, perhaps!PG is on great form throughout; try If I Should Lose You, if you are in doubt. [PS. Later recordings by PG with such as Tubby Hayes, Kenny Wheeler, etc, were also made in London, not Switzerland.]
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