Eddie Harris - Instant Death mp3 album
WMG (от лица компании "Atlantic"); CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc.
Eddie Harris (October 20, 1934 – November 5, 1996) was an American jazz musician, best known for playing tenor saxophone and for introducing the electrically amplified saxophone. He was also fluent on the electric piano and organ. His best-known compositions are "Freedom Jazz Dance", recorded and popularized by Miles Davis in 1966, and "Listen Here. Harris was born and grew up in Chicago. His father was originally from Cuba, and his mother from New Orleans.
1971’s Instant Death features a squad of top players from Harris’ native Chicago, including guitarist Ronald Muldrow, bassist Rufus Reid, conguero Master Henry Gibson, and piano and kalimba player Muhal Richard Abrams. Joining in on drums is the long-working and propulsive Philadelphian, Billy James. These foundational, no-nonsense jazzmen helped to rein in some of Harris’ shaggy tendencies, and forced him to step up his chops. As had become his custom by this point, Harris delivers a deeply felt abstract blues in the form of Nightcap. The most crucial aspect of the album is the reunion of Harris and Abrams, high-school friends whose careers diverged only to meet again in these songs. The heart of the album is the blending of Harris’ beefy funk with Abrams’ more cerebral conceptions. Instant Death Eddie Harris.
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Summer's On Its Way, 07:40.
Instant Death is an album by American jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in 1971 and released on the Atlantic label. All compositions by Eddie Harris except as indicated. Instant Death" - 5:46. Little Wes" (Ronald Muldrow) - 7:30. Zambezi Dance" (Harris, Muldrow, Muhal Richard Abrams, Master Henry Gibson, Billy James) - 4:09. Summer's on Its Way" - 7:46.
A1 Instant Death 5:45 A2 A Little Wes 7:30 A3 Zambezi Dance 4:09 B1 Summer's OnIts Way 7:46 B2 Nightcap 5:08 B3 Superfluous 3:18 B4 Tampion 2:47 Bass, ElectricBass Rufus Reid Congas, Talking Drum Henry Gibson Drums, Kalimba BillyJames Electric Guitar Ronald Muldrow Electric Piano, Whistle RichardAbrams Electric Saxophone, Trumpet, Cowbell, Shaker, Voice, Effects EddieHarris. This is one of Eddie Harris's stronger Atlantic albums of the 1970s. His pop-crossover recordings included another big hit single, Listen Here, and the ul album The Electrifying Eddie Harris in the late-60s, and a live album recorded in theUK with Steve Winwood and Jeff Beck in the early 70s. At the same time, he was an often underated straight jazz musician.
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|A2||A Little Wes||7:30|
Written-By – Billy James, Henry Gibson, Richard Abrams*, Ronald Muldrow, Rufus Reid
|B1||Summer's On Its Way||7:46|
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Published By – Hargrove Music Corporation
- Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
- Pressed By – Presswell
- Bass, Electric Bass – Rufus Reid
- Congas [Conga Drums], Drums [African Talking Drums] – Henry Gibson
- Design [Album] – Haig Adishian
- Drums, Mbira [Kilimba] – Billy James
- Electric Guitar – Ronald Muldrow
- Electric Piano, Whistle [African Whistle] – Richard Abrams*
- Engineer [Recording] – Bruce Swedien
- Mastered By – GP*
- Photography By – Neal Preston
- Producer – Marvin Lagunoff
- Saxophone [Electric Sax], Trumpet [With Reed Mouthpiece], Cowbell, Shaker, Horn [Horn Vocals], Producer – Eddie Harris
- Written-By – Eddie Harris (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B4)
Notes"PR" in label matrix denotes a Presswell pressing.
All selections Hargrove Music Corporation, BMI.
Includes paper color-printed Atlantic/ATCO/Cotillion Jazz promotional inner sleeve.
Label rim text reads: Mfg. by Atlantic Recording Corp., 1841 Broadway, New York, N.Y.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): (ST-A-722497 PR)
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): (ST-A-722498 PR)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side A): ST-A-722497A AT/GP PR
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Etched, Side B): ST-A-722498A AT/GP PR
- Rights Society: BMI
|ATL 40 386, SD 1611||Eddie Harris||Instant Death (LP, Album, Promo)||Atlantic, Atlantic||ATL 40 386, SD 1611||Germany||1972|
|SD 1611, SW 94771||Eddie Harris||Instant Death (LP, Album, Club, Cap)||Atlantic, Atlantic||SD 1611, SW 94771||US||1972|
|SD 1611||Eddie Harris||Instant Death (LP, Album, Club, Pre)||Atlantic||SD 1611||US||1972|
|8122765862||Eddie Harris||Instant Death (CD, Album, RE)||Atlantic, Warner Jazz, Warner Strategic Marketing||8122765862||Europe||2004|
|WPCR-27954||Eddie Harris||Instant Death (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Atlantic||WPCR-27954||Japan||2014|