Gary Bias - EAST 101
Gary Bias - EAST 101
Gary Bias - EAST 101
Gary Bias - EAST 101
Gary Bias - EAST 101
Gary Bias - EAST 101

Gary Bias - EAST 101

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Gary Bias – alto & soprano saxophones, flute

Rickey Kelly – vibes

David “Eric” Tillman – piano

Roberto Miranda – bass, arco

John Heard – bass, pizz

Fritz Wise – drums

Rickey Minor – electric bass on Asiki


      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 : Pallas

      Label : Pure Pleasure Records

      Original Label : Nimbus West

      Recorded at City Recorders, 1981

      Engineered & mixed by : Dennis Moody

      Produced by Tom Albach & Co-produced by Gary Bias

      Remastered by Kevin Gray

      Originally released in 1981

      Reissued in 2019


      Tracks:

      Side 1

      1. Asiki
      2. Dear Violet
      3. Arthur’s Vamp          

      Side 2

      1. East 101
      2. As Children Play

       

      Reviews :

      "A beautiful, dreamlike expression of spiritual jazz recorded at a time when the idiom was completely out of vogue, Gary Bias' East 101 remains little known even by cult-classic standards, but its free-flowing approach demands attention from listeners who believe this kind of LP ceased to exist somewhere around the late 1970s. Recorded with a stellar supporting cast including vibist Rickey Kelly, bassist Roberto Mirando, and pianist David Tillman, Bias unspools a suite of deeply soulful and profoundly far-reaching original compositions that vividly evoke the blue skies of the record's Los Angeles origins. His flute and soprano saxophone somehow divine gravitas from weightlessness, creating music that challenges as much as it comforts." AllMusic Review by Jason Ankeny

       

      Ratings :

      AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,56 / 5

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