Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)
Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)
Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)
Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)
Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)
Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)

Horace Tapscott - Dial ‘B’ For Barbra (2 LPs)

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Horace Tapscott - piano [click here to see more vinyl featuring Horace Tapscott]

Reggie Bullen - trumpet

Gary Bias – alto & tenor saxophone

Sabir Mateen – tenor saxophone

Roberto Miguel Miranda – bass violin

Everett Brown Jr. – drums/percussion

 

      1 LP, standard sleeve

      Limited edition

      Original analog Master tape : YES

      Heavy Press : 180g

      Record color : black

      Speed : 33 RPM

      Size : 12'’

      Stereo

      Studio

      Record Press : unspecified

      Label : Pure Pleasure Records

      Original Label : Nimbus West

      Recorded by Dennis Moody in Los Angeles, California

      Produced by Tom Albach

      Remastered by Kevin Gray

      Originally released in 1981

      Reissued in December 2021

       

      Tracks:

      Side A

      1. Lately’s Solo
      2. Dial ‘B’ for Barbra

      Side B

      1. Dem’ Folks

      Side C

      1. Lately’s Solo (take one)

      Side D

      1. Heard Ya Before Ya Got Here

       

      Reviews :

      "The best of pianist Horace Tapscott's recordings for the tiny Nimbus label is this 1981 LP which features him in a sextet with trumpeter Reggie Bullen, altoist Gary Bias, tenor saxophonist Sabir Matteen, bassist Roberto Miranda and drummer Everett Brown, Jr. The group stretches out on a couple of Tapscott's originals plus a 19½-minute version of Linda Hill's "Dem Folks." Although the music could be called avant-garde, its use of rhythms and repetition keep the results from being forbidding and the performances have a momentum of their own." AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow

       

      Ratings :

      AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,75 / 5

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