Monday, 7 September 2009

Cedar Walton ”The Electric Boogaloo Song”

Cedar Walton

The Electric Boogaloo Song
( LP Prestige Records, 1969 )
Catalog # PR 7618

Electric Boogaloo Song
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Impressions Of Scandinavia

Personnel & Credits:
Blue Mitchell (tp)
Clifford Jordan (ts)
Cedar Walton (p, el-p)
Bob Cranshaw (b)
Mickey Roker (d)
Recorded in NYC, January 14, 1969

After several years solidifying his status as one of the top hard bop pianists of the '60s, Cedar Walton ventured out on his own and cut a handful of fine LPs for OJC. The Electric Boogaloo Song (1969) continued the high standards of earlier successes like Cedar! and Spectrum, thanks to another strong batch of Walton-penned sides and excellent support musicians. "Electric Boogaloo Song," in fact, features both a trio comprised of bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Mickey Roker and a two-horn quintet that includes trumpeter Blue Mitchell and tenor saxophonist Clifford Jordan. Along with Walton's classic "Ugetsu," the five-track set also features a fine Jordan original ("Impressions of Scandinavia") and a tasty take on the perennial "You Stepped Out of a Dream." While the roundup Plays Cedar Walton is highly recommended for its excellent array of songs from Cedar!, Spectrum, and The Electric Boogaloo Song, this album is still worth a go, granted you can even find a copy.
By Stephen Cook (AMG)

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