Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell - The Dealer mp3 album
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Drums, Percussion – Chico Hamilton. Engineer – Bob Simpson (tracks: 1 to 7), Rudy Van Gelder (tracks: 8 to 11). Flute – Charles Lloyd (tracks: 8, 11). Guitar – Gabor Szabo (tracks: 8, 10, 11), Larry Coryell (tracks: 1 to 7). Maracas – Willie Bobo (tracks: 8). Mastered By – Erick Labson. Organ – Ernie Hayes (tracks: 4, 5). Percussion – George Bohanon (tracks: 11). Percussion, Tambourine – Unknown Artist (tracks: 7). Photography By – Charles Shabacon. Engineer – Bob Simpson. Guitar – Larry Coryell. Liner Notes – George Hoefer. Producer – Bob Thiele. 모. Recorded September 18, 1966. Gatefold cover with printed inner company sleeve.
Larry Coryell (born Lorenz Albert Van DeLinder III; April 2, 1943 – February 19, 2017) was an American jazz guitarist known as the "Godfather of Fusion". He replaced guitarist Gábor Szabó in Chico Hamilton's quintet. In 1967–68, he recorded with Gary Burton. During the mid-1960s he played with the Free Spirits, his first recorded band. The couple divorced in 1985. Larry’s second marriage was to Mary (Molly) Schuler from Connecticut in 1988.
The Dealer is a 1966 release by jazz drummer/bandleader Chico Hamilton. It was first released by Impulse! Records (AS-9130) and has been subsequently reissused on CD with the addition of bonus tracks from Chic Chic Chico, Definitive Jazz Scene Vol. 3 and Passin' Thru. The bonus tracks feature different line-ups to that of the album, including Charles Lloyd and Gábor Szabó
Larry Coryell makes his recording debut on this album and he does some astonishing work on the tracks that he's on. The solos throughout the album are both parts challenging and fun. This album is one of those albums that's so fun to listen to that it almost feels like a guilty pleasure. But there's plenty of challenging, masterful work in here to satisfy any technical or cerebral listener. Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell : The Dealer Contents.
Drummer Chico Hamilton introduced many top young players during his years as a bandleader, but few probably realize that Larry Coryell made his recording debut with Chico a year before joining Gary Burton's quartet. The Dealer marks Coryell's initial appearance on record, and at times he sounded oddly like Chuck Berry (especially on "The Dealer"). Also heard on this set are altoist Arnie Lawrence, bassist Richard Davis, organist Ernie Hayes (on two numbers), and, on his spirited boogaloo "For Mods Only," Archie Shepp making a rare appearance on piano.
Offering is a jazz album by guitarist Larry Coryell that was released by Vanguard Records in 1972. Coryell's sidemen were Steve Marcus on soprano sax, Mervin Bronson on bass, Mike Mandel on electric piano, and Harry Wilkinson on drums. The album was produced by Daniel Weiss and engineered by Jeff Zaraya. All tracks written by Larry Coryell, except where noted. Ruminations" (Doug Davis) – 4:17. Offering" (Harry C. Wilkinson) – 6:37.
Mike Clark, Larry Coryell, Dylan Taylor. Larry Coryell & Mike Clark. Larry Coryell, Steve Khan. Barefoot Man: Sanpaku. Night of Jazz Guitars. Larry Coryell, Helmut Kagerer, Paulo Morello, Andreas Dombert, Larry Coryell & Paulo Morello & Helmut Kagerer & Andreas Dombert, Larry Coryell, Paulo Morello, Helmut Kagerer & Andreas Dombert.
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Arranged By – Jimmy CheathamWritten-By – C. Hamilton*, J. Cheatham*
|A2||For Mods Only
Piano, Written-By – Archie Shepp
Arranged By, Conductor – Jimmy CheathamWritten-By – C. Hamilton*, J. Cheatham*
|A4||Baby, You Know
Arranged By – Jimmy CheathamOrgan – Ernie HayesWritten-By – C. Hamilton*, J. Cheatham*
|B1||Larry Of Arabia
Organ – Ernie HayesWritten-By – Larry Coryell
Vocals, Written-By – Chico Hamilton
Written-By – Chico Hamilton
- Designed At – Viceroy
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records
- Record Company – Capitol Record Club – SMAS-91138
- Alto Saxophone – Arnie Lawrence (tracks: A1 to A4, B2, B3)
- Bass – Richard Davis
- Design [Cover] – Robert Flynn
- Design [Liner] – Joe Lebow
- Drums, Percussion – Chico Hamilton
- Engineer – Bob Simpson
- Guitar [Introducing] – Larry Coryell
- Liner Notes – George Hoefer
- Photography By [Cover, Liner] – Charles Shabacon
- Producer – Bob Thiele
NotesRecorded September 18, 1966.
Second release issued under Orange/Black Impulse! label "A Product of ABC Records Inc. New York, N.Y. 10019 Made in U.S.A."
Capitol Record Club edition. The Categorynumber on the cover sleeve reads "A-9130," while the vinyl label reads "SMAS-91138."
Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc., U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: (Side A Label): SMAS1-91138-W1
- Matrix / Runout: (Side B Label): SMAS2-91138-W1
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|AS 9130||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell - The Dealer (LP, Album)||Impulse!||AS 9130||US||1968|
|AS-9130||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell - The Dealer (LP, Album)||Impulse!||AS-9130||US||Unknown|
|AS-9130||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell||Chico Hamilton Introducing Larry Coryell - The Dealer (LP, Album, RE)||Impulse!||AS-9130||US||Unknown|