Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic
Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic
Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic
Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic
Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic
Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl) - AudioSoundMusic

Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy On The French Riviera (Clear vinyl)

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Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet, vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Dizzy Gillespie]

Lalo Schifrin - piano [click to see more vinyl composed by or featuring Lalo Schifrin]

Leo Wright - flute, alto sax, vocals

Rudy Collins - drums

Chris White - bass

Pepito Riestria - percussion

Tzigane Elek Bacsik – guitar

Arranged by Lalo Schifrin

Written by Dizzy Gillespie (A3, B2, B4), Antonio Carlos Jobim (A1, B1), Vinicius de Moraes (A1), Lalo Schifrin (A2), Gil Fuller (A3), Newton Mendonça (B1),

B3 is an original Brazilian folk song arranged by Luiz Gonzaga & Guio de Morais


 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited to 500 numbered copies

Original analog Master tape: YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Clear

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : unspecified

Label: Destination Moon

Original Label : Philips

Recorded in July 24, 1962 at the 3rd International Jazz Festival D'Antibes/Juan-Les-Pins

Produced by Quincy Jones

Liner Notes by Richard Warren Lewis

Originally released in 1962

Reissued in 2023

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. No More Blues (Chega de Saudade)
  2. Long, Long Summer
  3. I Waited for You

Side B :

  1. Desafinado
  2. Here T´is
  3. Pau de Araba
  4. Olé

           

          Reviews :

          “Some of Dizzy Gillespie's best and most well-known material from the '60s with a truly talented band is included on this set of recordings done in France. A group of American expatriates and Europeans -- really musicians from all over the world -- accompany the trumpeter for music that spans bop, Brazilian sounds, and originals. Argentine pianist Lalo Schifrin plays piano and contributes the arrangements, and Leo Wright is Gillespie's main foil on flute and alto sax, while Hungarian Elek Bacsik plays guitar in subtle ways that reflect the overall style of the sounds inspired by the French Riviera. A classic, stretched-out take of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "No More Blues" kicks off the set, with the sound of kids on an ocean beach leading to Gillespie and Wright trading halves of the melody line as playful as the children in a perfectly played bossa. Another Jobim standard, "Desafinado," has Wright's bright flute and the muted trumpet of Diz in a more pensive but still hopeful romantic mood. "I Waited for You" is the ultimate languid, laying-in-wait ballad, with Schifrin's refrains cuing the trumpeter's procrastinations, while "Long, Long Summer" is the pianist's ode to a sullen affair with ultraviolet light -- cool shades included -- in a swinging and modal approach. "For the Gypsies," penned by the leader, has Bacsik more up-front rhythmically, as Wright's mysterious flute contrasts with Gillespie's sharply precise notes in a sneaky quick bossa rhythm. Also written by Dizzy, "Here It Is" is as memorable a tune as he ever did, a signature strutting shuffle jazz/blues that exemplifies the joy in life always present in his music. That all of the participants are extremely talented and can mix and match with Gillespie beautifully makes this an album that should appeal universally to all jazz lovers, and especially his biggest fans.” AllMusic Review by Michael G. Nastos

           

          Ratings :

          AllMusic : 4.5 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.49 / 5 

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