Originalmente postado no Loronix em 23 de outubro 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.
Hello, good evening! I think this cover artwork alone worth any effort made to have this album available to our community. Actually, I would make this post even with the worse music ever recorded in history. However, this amazing cover brings inside an amazing album, which is the first LP recorded by Moacyr Silva with the alias of Bob Fleming. Let’s see.
This is Bob Fleming Quartet – Sax Espetacular (1958), for Musidisc, featuring Moacyr Silva tenor sax with not credited musicians assembled on a quartet with sax, bass, drums and piano. Taking in consideration the release date, there is a great possibility of Chaim Lewak at the piano, being the remaining drummer and bassist a guessing exercise, since several different musicians were credited on late 50′s Moacyr Silva albums.
01 – Fascination (F. D. Marchetti)
02 – Indian Summer (V. Herbert / A. Dubin)
03 – Can’t I (L. Levett)
04 – Sonny Boy (A. Johnson / De Sylva / L. Brown)
05 – There Goes My Heart (B. Davis / A. Silver)
06 – Tammy (Jay Livingston / R. Evans)
07 – It’s Not For Me To Say (A. Stillman / R. Allen)
08 – Around The World In 80 Days (V. Young)
09 – A Portrait Of Jeannie (J. R. Robinson / G. Burdge)
10 – So Rare (J. Sharpe / J. Herst)
11 – E’bello (Vignali / Danpa)
12 – Whithout a Song (W. Rose / V. Youmsn)
2 Comentários originais:
Wonderful grande Zeca.This is one of the Moacyr Silva albums I still missed and what a great cover. Thank you Maestro Zeca!
Wednesday, 24 October, 2007
I have to agree about the cover: alone, it is worth the post. Many thanks!
Tuesday, 30 October, 2007