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Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: Montreux "Second Divide"
Released: 1981
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MONTREUX SUMMIT VOLUME 1 Various Artists Live at Montreux, Switzerland: July 24, 1977 Woody Shaw (tp solo); Maynard Ferguson, Greg Bowen, Alan Downey, Stan Mark, Joe Mosello (tp); Slide Hampton, Clifford Hardie, David Horler; Georffrey P. Perkins (tb); Stan Getz (ts solo); Benny Golson, Dexter Gordon (ts); Hubert Laws, Bobbi Humphrey, Thijs van. Leer (f); Bob James (key, arr); George Duke (key); Janne Schaffer (g solo); Eric Gale, Steve Khan (g); Alphonso Johnson (b); Billy Cobham (d solo); Ralph MacDonald (perc). a. Montreux Summit (Bob James) - 10:46  . Producer: Jay Chattaway. Associate Producer: Joe Jorgensen.

Nothing there? Like the Big Empty? The Sierra Madre? No, the Old World sleeps there, sure as the flag I carry. The Courier knows the way. And at the Divide, he/her and I - there, we'll have an ending to things. Ulysses Patient log: Y-17. It is the setting of Lonesome Road.

Album title: Montreux Summit Volume 2. Genre: Jazz. Info: Label: CBS ‎– 88286 Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Netherlands Date of released: 1978 Category: Jazz Style: Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk, Fusion. Various - Montreux Summit Volume 2 MP3 version.

Which brings us to the first divide: the disenfranchisement of those with a conviction. Few major economies around the world allow inmates to vote. Politicians and voters generally argue that if a person does not follow the law, then that person should not get to choose lawmakers. Twelve states - Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wyoming - restrict voting rights even after a person has completed a prison sentence and is no longer on probation or parole. The affected people in those states make up over 50% of the entire disenfranchised population in the US. Which brings us to the second divide: race. None of the laws barring ex-felons from voting explicitly mention race. The US, however, disproportionately arrests and convicts people of color.

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A1 Blues March
Arranged By, Tenor Saxophone – Benny GolsonBass – Alphonso JohnsonDrums – Billy CobhamElectric Piano – George DukeFlute – Bobbi Humphrey, Tys Van Leer*Guitar – Eric Gale, Steve KhanPercussion – Ralph MacDonaldPiano [Acoustic] – Bob JamesPiccolo Flute – Hubert LawsTenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon, Stan GetzTrumpet – Maynard Ferguson, Woody Shaw
25:59
B1 Two Part Invention
Flute – Hubert LawsPiano – Bob James
10:01
B2 Montreux Summit
Bass – Alphonso JohnsonDrums – Billy CobhamFlute – Bobbi Humphrey, Hubert Laws, Tys Van Leer*Guitar – Eric Gale, Janne Schaffer, Steve KhanKeyboards – Bob James, George DukePercussion – Ralph MacDonaldTenor Saxophone – Benny Golson, Stan GetzTrumpet – Maynard Ferguson, Woody Shaw
10:46

Credits

  • Design – John Berg
  • Engineer [Re-engineer] – Arthur Kendy
  • Photography By – Benno Friedman
  • Producer – Bob James, Jay Chattaway, Joe Jorgensen
  • Producer [Jazz Odyssey Series], Liner Notes – Mort Goode
  • Remastered By – Harry Fein*

Notes

Remastered at CBS Recording Studios, New York on the CBS DisComputer™ System.

Recorded in Montreux, Switzerland, July 24, 1977.

The music on this record is culled from "Montreux Summit-Volume I" (JG35005) released October 1977 and "Montreux Summit-Volume II" (JG35090) released May 1978.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 07464369991