Kenny Barron - Peruvian Blue album download
|B2||Here's That Rainy Day||8:07|
|B3||In The Meantime||5:45|
- Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
- Bass, Bass [Fender] – David Williams
- Congas, Percussion – Richard Landrum
- Drums – Albert Heath
- Guitar – Ted Dunbar
- Liner Notes – Doug Ramsey
- Percussion – Sonny Morgan
- Piano, Clavinet, Electric Piano – Kenny Barron
- Producer – Don Schlitten
- Recorded By – Paul Goodman
NotesRecorded March 14, 1974. White label promo.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MUSE MR-5044-A-1-1-1 Bell Sound
- Matrix / Runout: MUSE MR-5044-B-1-1-1
|MR 5044||Kenny Barron||Peruvian Blue (LP, Album)||Muse Records||MR 5044||US||1974|
|32083||Kenny Barron||Peruvian Blue (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||32 Jazz||32083||US||1998|
|MUSE 5044||Kenny Barron||Peruvian Blue (LP, Album)||Muse Records||MUSE 5044||Netherlands||1974|
Kenny Barron - Peruvian Blue (full album). UMG (от лица компании "Savoy"); PEDL, Warner Chappell, Spirit Music Publishing, Music Sales (Publishing). Jazz for a Day At the Beach.
Album · 1974 · 6 Songs. Kenny Barron Quartet, Ralph Moore, David Williams & Lewis Nash.
Peruvian Blue (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig).
Images is an album by pianist Kenny Barron recorded in New York in 2003 and released on the Sunnyside label. On All About Jazz John Kelman wrote "Barron shows with Images that he deserves to be recognized as much a leader and composer as an accompanist.
Kenny Barron & The Brazilian Knights. Kenny Barron, Rafael Barata, Sergio Barrozo.
Peruvian Blue, 09:53. The Procession, 04:51. Here's That Rainy Day, 08:06.
Peruvian Blue is a studio album by American pianist Kenny Barron which was recorded in 1974 and first released on the Muse label. Studio album by. Kenny Barron. Kenny Barron is heard on piano, electric piano, and clavinet on various tracks. This is an LP that rewards repeated listenings" On All About Jazz Douglas Payne said "Peruvian Blue has much to offer casual jazz listeners and "Two Areas," "The Procession" and "Blue Monk," especially, provide required listening for fans of both Kenny Barron and Ted Dunbar
Peruvian Blue is Kenny Barron's second solo outing, coming right after 1973's marvelous Sunset To Dawn (released by 32 Jazz last year as part of the two-disc set Soft Spoken Here ). Originally released by Muse Records in 1974, this six-song program finds Barron shifting between electric and acoustic pianos in a variety of groupings, from solo to duo and trio to sextet. Barron solos with grand passion on acoustic piano for the standard, "Here's That Rainy Day," then duets with recently-deceased guitarist Ted Dunbar on the stylistic "Blue Monk. Still, Kenny Barron – who has recorded nearly dozen times as a leader since the early 80s – always makes music worth hearing. Peruvian Blue is no exception. Personnel: Kenny Barron: piano, electric piano, clavinet; Ted Dunbar: guitar; David Williams: bass, electric bass; Richard Landrum: congas, percussion; Sonny Morgan: percussion; Albert Heath: drums.
Kenny Barron is heard on piano, electric piano, and clavinet on various tracks, and is joined some of the time by guitarist Ted Dunbar, bassist David Williams, drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath, and percussionists Richard Landrum and Sonny Morgan. Dunbar in particular is in top form, dueting with Barron on an explorative version of "Blue Monk" and being an important part of the ensemble on some of the more electric jams (the four Barron originals), all of which are fairly colorful. The leader takes a lengthy unaccompanied piano.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Peruvian Blue.