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Third World Revisited Importación

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CD de audio , 8 nov 1999
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Gato is way too underrated 17 de octubre de 2012
Por maestro frank - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
My friend and former voice student gave this to me years ago, as a cassette, since it was a bit outside of his musical tastes. For the first two cuts alone this is a must have: Gato's versions of Yesterdays and A John Coltrane Blues are high energy and very cool stylistically. Doesn't hurt that he had Ron Carter playing a solid bass to anchor a very tight band. Marnie and Carinoso are also very excellent tracks, and all four of these will convert anyone who downplayed the standing of Gato Barbieri in the jazz spectrum.

The added bonus tracks, recorded at Montreaux are interesting but not quite as tight as the studio material. Chuck Rainey on bass doesn't just sound lost, but actually gets lost at times on Brasil. Lonnie Liston Smith on piano cannot compare to the fine playing that Gato got from George Dalto on tracks 1-4. On the other hand, Pretty Purdie is solid on drums for all six tracks.

Go get this, and thank me later!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Reissue of Yesterday LP and half of El Pampero-Live in montreux 27 de febrero de 2007
Por Kevin J. Roberts - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This 1988 CD is NOT a reissue of Gato's original LP called "The Third World", but instead is a reissue of the complete LP called "Yesterday" (on Flying Dutchman) plus half of the original LP called El Pampero - Live in Montreux (also Flying Dutchman). Given that the CD version of Yesterday is scarce, this is a good value, but don't think you are getting the Third World LP. ALL of Gato's classic recordings from the Flying Dutchman and Impulse labels are masterpieces. His tone is great and he put together a unique latin jazz....


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