Thursday, 27 August 2009

Chico Hamilton “Peregrinations”

Chico Hamilton

( LP Blue Note Records, 1975 )
Catalog # BN-LA520-G

A1 – V-O
A2 – The Morning Side Of Love
A3 – Abdullah And Abraham
A4 – Andy’s Walk
A5 – Peregrinations
B1 – Sweet Dreams
B2 – Little Lisa
B3 – Space For Stacy
B4 – On And Off
B5 – It’s About That Time

Personnel & Credits:
Bass – Steve Turre
Congas, Bongos, Percussion – Abdullah
Drums, Percussion – Chico Hamilton
Engineer – Don Hahn
Guitar – Barry Finnerty, Joe Beck
Horns – Arnie Lawrence, Arthur Blythe, Steve Turre
Keyboards – Jerry Peters
Mixed By, Mastered By – Baker Bigsby
Synthesizer [Programming] – Charlotte Politte
Vocals – Julia Tillman, Luther Waters, Maxine Willard, Oren Waters

Rhythm tracks recorded at A&R Recording Studios, New York, NY
Mixed at Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, CA
Mastered at Kendun Recorders, Burbank, CA

This unusual LP, the first of three featuring altoist Arthur Blythe with drummer Chico Hamilton’s mid-’70s group, has an uncomfortable mixture of advanced jazz and commercial elements. Hamilton is joined by a large rhythm section that includes Steve Turre (on electric bass) and guitarists Barry Finnerty and Joe Beck, along with Blythe, Arnie Lawrence on soprano, the keyboards of Jerry Peters, and several vocalists. The overall effect is a bit weird, dated but with some colorful moments.
By Scott Yanow (AMG)

Also on Mr.Smooth’s My Jazz World blog.

By Celo

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gippo said...


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