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août 29, 2010

Bobby Vince Paunetto – Paunetto’s Point

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 A landmark in 70s jazz and Latin — one of 2 legendary sets cut during the decade by composer/arranger Bobby Vince Paunetto — easily one of the most unique voices of his generation!
Bobby’s got an approach to melody that’s all tied up in the rhythms — one that has most of the instruments in the group vamping along with the grooves, while solos take off in wonderful flights
that soar to the skies on waves of sound and soul — echoing a sense of joy and life that few other albums of the period can match, and hitting a groove that’s complex, yet instantly moving and
deeply personal.

Players include Tom Harrell on trumpet, Ronnie Cuber on baritone sax, Billy Drewes on soprano sax, and Bobby himself on vibes — sounding wonderful throughout the album, matching the 70s
brilliance of Roy Ayers or Bobby Hutcherson! Also features percussion by Manny Oquendo, Jerry Gonzalez, and Milton Cardona — and titles include « Osiris », « Fenway Funk », « In Time’s Time »,
« Spanish Maiden » and « Brother Will ». Essential!

Enjoy it!

by  Greg


Origine du Groupe : North America

Style : Latin Jazz

Sortie : 1975

Tracklist :

01 Brother Will

02 A Hybrid Situation

03 Paunetto’s Point

04 In Time’s Time

05 Sognord

06 Fenway Funk

07 Osiris

08 Heavy On The Bacon



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