Carman Moore – Four Movements For A Fashionable Five-Toed Dragon – Tone Roads To Hong Kong´76
Style: Contemporary, Avant-garde Jazz
A1 1st Movement – Pastorale
A2 2nd Movement – Urban Walk
B1 3rd Movement – Colours
B2 4th Movement – Folk Energy
Composed By – Carman Moore
Conductor – Isaiah Jackson
Directed By [Music Director] – Kazuyoshi Akiyama
Drums, Percussion – Warren Smith
Electric Bass, Bass – Richard Davis
Electric Guitar, Pipa – Elliott Randall
Orchestra – Members Of The American Symphony Orchestra
Piano, Harpsichord, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Kenneth Bichel
Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Sam Rivers
In Celebration of the Bicentennial of the United States of America
Unipak style LP jacket with record opening on the inside of the cover near the spine.
Destaca la presencia del sax,instrumentista,Sam Rivers.
Un gran del Jazz,que va tocar junt a Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis,Dizzy Gillespie y Cecil Taylor, pro també amb B. B. King o Jimi Hendrix.
Carman Moore – Four Movements For A Fashionable Five-Toed Dragon(76) 16-44 WAV,16 bits
Junt a Miles Davis,Sam Rivers,va registrar un disc del concert que van oferir dins al Festival Mundial de Jazz al Japó,juliol de 1964.
Miles Davis- July 15, 1964 Maruyama Ongaku-do Hall, Kyoto
Miles Davis – Sketches Of Spain(60),US.Re. Classic Records(98)
A1 Concierto De Aranjuez
A2 Will O’ The Wisp From “El Amor Brujo”
B1 The Pan Piper
Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
Arranged By, Conductor – Gil Evans
Compare in quality with the MFSL version,it´s sounded crisp, clear and realistic..
Now also having a 200 gram edition I was fearing Classics usual trend of noisier vinyl than the 180 gram variants, but for once was pleasantly surprised with a near dead quiet playing surface. There are some ticks but given it being a used copy that is a main suspect for why.
And the thicker cover is a nice improvement over the flimsy 90s original.
Miles Davis – Sketches Of Spain(60) US.Re. Classic Records(98) 16-44 WAV,16 bits
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