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Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine - Live At Montreux 72 Vol.1 FLAC album


Performer: Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine
Genre: Jazz
Title: Live At Montreux 72 Vol.1
Country: France
Released: 1973
Style: Post Bop, Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1994 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1654 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1500 mb
Rating: 4.7
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01 - Capricci Cavallereschi. 02 - I Remember Bird. At The Montreux Jazz Festival.

A1 The Executive Suite A2 Falling B It Does Not Really Matter Who You Are. Companies, etc. Printed By – Gráficas Foco, . Category STEC 131. Artist. Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine. 424 549-1 Phil Woods. 2304 098. Phil Woods And NCP-8001-PC His European. Live At Montreux Les Disques. Live From Montreux (LP, Album, RE). Verve Records.

Phil Woods and his European Rhythm Machine at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Phil Woods and his European Rhythm Machine at the Montreux Jazz Festival is a 1970 album by Phil Woods, produced by Johnny Pate.

As his theme, Woods used a piece titled "How's Your Mama?" Woods earned the top alto sax player award almost 30 times in Downbeat magazine's annual readers' poll In 1979, Woods made the recording More Live at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Perhaps his best known recorded work as a sideman is a pop piece, his alto sax solo on Billy Joel's 1977 "Just the Way You Are". 1970: Phil Woods and his European Rhythm Machine at the Montreux Jazz Festival (MGM). 1974: New Music by the New Phil Woods Quartet (Testament). 1974: Musique du Bois (Muse). Americans in Europe Vol. 1 (1963).

Woods gives his terse reply, but as cynical as this discourse is, it could all have been whipped up by Woods to deflect any detractors to his "new thing. Truth be told, the music here is inspired and focused, even if it is not what devotees might expect. British electric pianist Gordon Beck (who took over for original keyboardist George Gruntz), French acoustic bassist Henri Texier, and Swiss drummer Daniel Humair are all extremely talented musicians, who alongside the excitable Woods forge strong bonds in amalgamating this modern jazz into a personalized sound.

Phil Woods Quartet, Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine. Phil Woods, alto sax; George Gruntz, piano; Henri Texier, bass; Daniel Humair, drums. Teatro Comunale", Bologna, Italy, October 6, 1968. Pierre Cardin (F) STEC 131; Disc'Az (F) STEC 131 Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine - Live At Montreux 72. 1973. The New Phil Woods Quartet.

The 1970 version (which includes pianist Gordon Beck, bassist Henri Texier and drummer Daniel Humair) is showcased on this 1986 reissue performing two group originals, Victor Feldman's "Joshua" and "Freedom Jazz Dance. Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine - At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival (1970) {2012 Japan Jazz Best Collection Series}. Date: 19 Aug 2016 17:04:51.

1968) Phil Woods & His European Rhythm Machine - Alive And Well In Paris (1968) Phil Woods - Freedom Jazz Dance (1969) Phil Woods, Slide Hampton - 1968 Jazz (1969) Phil Woods and His European Rhythm Machine - At The Montreux Jazz Festival (1969) Phil Woods - Round Trip (1969) Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine (1970) Phil Woods & His European Rhythm Machine - At The Frankfurt Jazz Festival. 2000) Phil Woods - Dameronia (2000) Phil Woods - Voyage (2000) Phil Woods - Encontro (On Jobim) (2000) George Robert & Phil Woods - Soul Eyes (2000) Phil Woods Quintet - American Songbook (2002) Phil Woods - Woods Plays D'Andrea (2000) Phil Woods, The Italian Rhythm Machine - Woods Plays Woods (2000) Phil Woods, Franco D'Andrea - Balladeer Supreme, Vol. 1 (2000) Phil Woods, Swr Big Band - Jazz Matinee (2001).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Executive Suite
Composed By – Gordon Beck
B1 Falling
Composed By – Gordon Beck
B2 It Does Not Really Matter Who You Are
Composed By – Gordon Beck

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Phil Woods
  • Bass – Ron Mattewson*
  • Drums – Daniel Humair
  • Executive-Producer – Gordon Beck
  • Piano – Gordon Beck

Notes

Recorded on 19 June, 1972 at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
℗ 1973 Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
MS Master Sonic Non-Distortion Cutting.

Gatefold cover & Obi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): PC-358-13
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): PC-358-14
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout ): PC-358-13 1- A - :
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout): PC-358-13 〄 2- A - :

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STEC 131 Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine Live At Montreux 72 ‎(LP, Album) Les Disques Pierre Cardin STEC 131 France 1972
424 549-1 Phil Woods Live At Montreux 72 ‎(LP, Album) Verve Records 424 549-1 Spain 1989
2304 098 Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine Live From Montreux ‎(LP, Album) Verve Records 2304 098 Germany 1972
424549-1 Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine Live From Montreux ‎(LP, Album, RE) Verve Records 424549-1 Germany Unknown
STEC 131 Phil Woods And His European Rhythm Machine Live At Montreux 72 ‎(LP) Les Disques Pierre Cardin, Disc'Az STEC 131 France 1972