Δευτέρα, 29 Απριλίου 2013

Don Drummond - Jazz Ska Attack:1964 [2000]




Drummond was one of the top soloists and most creative musical minds of Jamaica's ska era. His apex came in 1964 when he and fellow Skatalites, like saxophonists Tommy McCook and Roland Alphonso, organist Jackie Mittoo, Lester Sterling, and trumpeter Johnny "Dizzy" Moore, ruled Kingston's musical scene as the virtual house band for producers Clement Dodd, Duke Reid, George Phang, and many others. Drummond's lopey sounding yet technically superb trombone work stood out on all the Skatalites sessions, whether the band was cutting some of its own records or backing numerous singers like Alton Ellis and Delroy Wilson. This fine Drummond roundup on Jet Set brings together many of the trombonist best Skatalites sides from 1964, including such self-penned classics as "Musical Storeroom," "Eastern Standard Time," and "Don-de-Lion." A great introduction to this most talented of Jamaican jazz masters. 



                                                                                Enjoy!

3 σχόλια:

Ανώνυμος είπε...

Merci beaucoup pour cette très belle sélection.
Many thanx for this great selection !
I had some, I missed some. You fill my blanks !
Большое спасибо

Funky Fred From France

Devoted είπε...

Love your blog man! loving everything.
keep up the amazing sounds =)

Fantis Bastunis είπε...

Thanks for the kind,supportive words!