Sunday, 22 November 2009

Freddie Hubbard ''Ride Like The Wind'' (Live)

Freddie Hubbard

''Ride Like The Wind'' (Live)
( LP Elektra Musician Records, 1982 )
Catalog # E1-60029

A1 Hubbard's Cupboard 4:53
A2 This Is It 4:36
A3 Condition Alpha 4:54
A4 Ride Like The Wind 4:56
B1 Birdland 6:25
B2 Brigitte 6:19
B3 Two Moods For Freddie 5:25

Personnel & Credits:
Arranged By, Conductor - Allyn Ferguson
Artwork By - Norm Ung , Ron Coro
Bass - Abe Laboriel
Cello - Fred Seykora, Mary Lane, Raphael Kramer, Ron Cooper
Concertmaster - Gerald Vinci
Drums - Bill Maxwell
Edited By [Digital] - Jeffrey Webber , Jim Wolvington
Engineer [Digital] - Rich Feldman
Executive Producer - David A. Richardson
French Horn - Vince Derosa
Guitar - Dan Ferguson
Harp - Dorothy Remsen
Keyboards - Bill Mays
Mastered By - Bruce Leek
Other [Booth Supervision] - Nick Perito
Other [Contractor] - Marty Berman
Other [Copyists] - Emmet Estren , Joe Estren , Ralph Fera
Other [Management] - Mike Davenport
Percussion - Joe Porcaro
Photography - Ron Slenzak
Producer - Jeffrey Weber
Recorded By - Allen Sides
Recorded By [Assisted] - Mark Ettel
Saxophone, Flute - Bill Perkins , Bob Tricarico , Bud Shank
Trombone - Bill Watrous
Trumpet - Chuck Findley , Gary Grant
Trumpet, Flugelhorn - Freddie Hubbard
Tuba - Tom Johnson
Violin - Anatol Kaminsky , David Montagu , Frank Foster,
Marvin Limonick , Nathan Ross , Reggie Hill, Bob Sushel, Ron Folsom,
Sheldon Sanov , Stan Plummer, Stuart Canin

Recorded LIVE TO TWO TRACKS on June 13, 14, 1981 at Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, CA.
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album

Recorded in 1982 by Jeffrey Weber and arranger Allyn Ferguson, this live to two-track digital set showcases Freddie Hubbard in the company of two large bands -- one a brass group, the other a string orchestra -- both of which feature the same rhythm section. Ferguson wrote three tunes for the session, including the funky "Hubbard's Cupboard" and "Two Moods for Freddie" (which shifts gears from elegant and nocturnal to finger-popping contemporary electric jazz in the course of a couple of minutes); this pair opens and closes the album. The cover of Joe Zawinul's "Birdland" is reverent but swinging, and Hubbard's lone composition here, "Bridgitte," is a beautiful ballad that showcases the strings and Dan Ferguson's sweetly singing electric guitar and opens up into a midtempo groover. The title track is a cover of Christopher Cross' smash; it and Kenny Loggins' saccharine "This Is It" are less successful even if they are somewhat colorful -- there is only so much one can do to dress up mediocre pop songs. This isn't a great success like Hubbard's CTI albums were, but Ride Like the Wind nonetheless showcases the trumpeter in fine solo form.
By Thom Jurek (AMG)

Covers here.

By Andy


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