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Walton - Posted 13 May Red Clay has been on my to-buy list for a while. I don't have much of Hubbard as a leader, Special Guest, Me - Excuse 17 - Such Friends Are Dangerous two albums. I have "Red Clay" and "First Light". While I have mixed feelings about these there's enough to make it work for me.
I didn't realize that Freddie had that much recorded output on CTI. The Sony Legacy reissue of "Red Clay" sounds very good and is available at midprice. The reissue was for some reason only released in Europe, I think. It's no striking improvement over the earlier remastering, but it's mastered at a normal sound level whereas the earlier version was a bit muted.
It also features an additional live bonus cut. I think "Red Clay" and "Straight Life" are essentials for any jazz collector. I wouldn't be able to rate one over the other.
They're both VERY solid. I haven't heard the others. I agree about the Airto's and Farrell's as being solid albums, too. Turrentine's Sugar and Cherry are worthwhile sessions, as well.
I'm sure I'm leaving out Eagle Death - Various - World Of Acid others, but since this thread was specifically about Freddie's CTI albums, that's what I was responding to. I like Red Clay the best for the spectacular title cutthen Keep Your Soul Together I think you are underappreciating this onethen First Light again mostly for the title track.
Posted 14 May edited. I had them all at one time or another, and sold them all after a while. There are some good tracks on them, and some interesting combinations of musicians - the biggest surprise being the appearance of Keith Jarrett on Sky Dive - but Hubbard dominates all other players on these sessions so much that nobody could come close to stealing the show. His ego begins to show on these productions. He had such good sax players, but wouldn't treat them as equal partners on the records: He's louder in the mix, gets more solo space etc.
Junior Cook, Joe Henderson - what more can you want. But he wouldn't really let them shine beside him. One great moment is that somewhat over-arranged but still fascinating Moment To Moment (Henry Mancini Version) - Billy May And His Orchestra - As You Remember Them: Great of Beiderbecke's In A Mist on Sky Dive. I never understood Columbia's reissue policy of the CTI albums - some of the best remain unissued except for Japan, maybe :.
Posted 14 May I have mixed feelings about "Red Clay" which I've owned in some form since it came out - great group, good tunes, actually fairly uncompromising considering what CTI would soon become But Hancock's electric piano, so strong during that period, has always struck me as a little thin, and really colors the date.
The sound is a lot fuller on "Straight Life," but the addition of guitar and percussion may have something to do with the over-all feel. Also, if I never hear another of those "mysteriouso" sic? Also, does it seem like Hubbard relies more on those "trills" more and more on his CTI dates?
It seems as if he runs out of ideas, he goes to those trills! Posted 15 May Not to be anal or anything, but they're lip slurs, not trills. It's relevant because lip slurs are an embochure building exercise, and Freddie's increasing willingness to make them such a focal point of so many of his solos maybe goes to establishing a changing mindset, a more macho-trumpet thing.
I saw Freddie live many times in quartet and quintets, and I actually don't think he ever ran out of ideas. Sorta like Grant Green playing the same note for measures on end, yeah? That's cool that Black Death Return To Me - Kadaver - Molested Into Form dig 'em, just not my cup o' soda.
Posted 16 May First Light was the first jazz album Moment To Moment (Henry Mancini Version) - Billy May And His Orchestra - As You Remember Them: Great ever owned I was and am still in love with this record. I like most of Freddie's records, even the ones where he's playing much more commercial stuff, because he's just a badass The set also contained tracks that were never released prior, as well as songs new to compact disc, including those originally recorded for the album America, I Hear You Singing.
They are generally presented in order of when they were recorded, although there are exceptions to that rule, including the concept albums September of My Years and the "Future" section of the triple album Trilogy: Past Present Future.
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