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Free Fall
Buddy de Franco, Victor Feldman, John Chiodini, Vic Sproles, Joe Cocuzzo
első megjelenés éve: 1974
47 perc
(2007)

CD
5.241 Ft 

 

IMPORT!
Kosaramba teszem
1.  Free Fall
2.  Please Send Me Someone to Love
3.  Free Sail
4.  Yesterdays
5.  Threat of Freedom, Pt. 1-4: Learning to Learn/Interlude/The Brink of Lo
6.  Free Sail [Alternate Version]
7.  Free Fall [Alternate Version]
Jazz / Bop

Buddy DeFranco - Clarinet
Alan Bates - Producer, Compilation Producer
George T. Simon - Liner Notes
Gerry MacDonald Producer, Engineer
Joe Cocuzzo Drums
John Chiodini Guitar
Malcolm Walker Design
Peter Symes Photography
Victor Feldman Piano, Piano (Electric)
Victor Sproles Bass

Other than as leader of the ghost Glenn Miller Orchestra, clarinetist Buddy DeFranco had not recorded as a leader for a decade before cutting this adventurous set for Choice. With keyboardist Victor Feldman, guitarist John Chiodini, bassist Victor Sproles and drummer Joe Cocuzzo, DeFranco avoids bop standards and instead performs his lengthy "Threat of Freedom," Feldman's "Free Fall," a couple of standards and guitarist Jim Gillis' "Free Sail." Although DeFranco's boppish clarinet style had not changed much through the years, his ears were open to more modern ideas and he stretches himself throughout the generally challenging material. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide



Buddy DeFranco

Active Decades: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: Feb 17, 1923 in Camden, NJ
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Bop, Post-Bop

Buddy DeFranco is one of the great clarinetists of all time and, until the rise of Eddie Daniels, he was indisputably the top clarinetist to emerge since 1940. It was DeFranco's misfortune to be the best on an instrument that after the swing era dropped drastically in popularity and, unlike Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, he has never been a household name for the general public.
When he was 14 DeFranco won an amateur swing contest sponsored by Tommy Dorsey. After working with the big bands of Gene Krupa (1941-42) and Charlie Barnet (1943-44), he was with TD on and off during 1944-48. DeFranco, other than spending part of 1950 with Count Basie's septet, was mostly a bandleader from then on. Among the few clarinetists to transfer the language of Charlie Parker onto his instrument, DeFranco has won a countless number of polls and appeared with the Metronome All-Stars in the late '40s. He recorded frequently in the 1950s (among his sidmeen were Art Blakey, Kenny Drew and Sonny Clark) and participated in some of Norman Granz's Verve jam session. During 1960-63 DeFranco led a quartet that also featured the accordion of Tommy Gumina and he recorded an album with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers on which he played bass clarinet. However work was difficult to find in the 1960s, leading DeFranco to accept the assignment of leading the Glenn Miller ghost band (1966-74). He has found more artistic success co-leading a quintet with Terry Gibbs off and on since the early '80s and has recorded through the decades for many labels.
---Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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