Herb Ellis And Remo Palmier - Windflower (Emerald Green vinyl)

Herb Ellis And Remo Palmier - Windflower (Emerald Green vinyl)

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Guitar – Herb Ellis, Remo Palmier

Bass – George Duvivier

Drums – Ron Traxler

Written by Sara Cassey (A1), Buddy Bernier (A2), Jerome Brainin (A2), Ned Washington (A3), Victor Young (A3), Bernice Petkere (A4), Frederic Weatherly (A5), Richard Carpenter (B1), Hoagy Carmichael (B2), Mitchell Parish (B2), Antonio Carlos Jobim (B3), Groove Merchant (B4), Jerome Richardson (B5)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Emerald Green

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Real Gone Music

Original Label : Concord Jazz

Recorded in October 1977 at Bell Sound Studios

Engineered by Phil Edwards

Remixed by Phil Edwards at Coast Recorders

Produced by Carl E. Jefferson

Mastered at The Mastering Room, San Francisco

Liner Notes by John S. Wilson

Photography by Dean Hirschfield, Phil Lindsay

Originally released in 1978

Reissued in November 2022

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Windflower
  2. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
  3. My Foolish Heart
  4. Close Your Eyes
  5. Danny Boy

Side B:

  1. Walkin'
  2. Stardust
  3. Triste
  4. Groove Merchant

                 

                Reviews:

                “This album is most significant for being the first jazz recording in a few decades by guitarist Remo Palmier (who was also known early on as Palmieri). Fellow guitarist Herb Ellis was the leader but he gives his guest just as much solo space as he takes and, with the tasteful accompaniment of bassist George Duvivier and drummer Ron Traxler, the two old friends challenge each other on a variety of appealing chord changes including "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," "Close Your Eyes," "Walkin'" and Jobim's "Triste." The success of this boppish set led to Palmieri getting his own Concord album the following year.” AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow

                 

                Ratings :

                AllMusic : 4 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.33 / 5

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