Sunday, April 3, 2016

Jack Marshall & Shelly Manne - Sounds !

A sweet little set from mid 60s Capitol Records — a wonderful blend of jazz and percussion, handled by two of the most inventive musicians on the LA scene ! Jack Marshall's probably best known for his excellent arrangements for the label on sets with singers — but here, he's playing guitar alongside the percussion of Shelly Manne — who handles a whole host of unusual instruments, always with the fluid swing he brought to his jazz recordings of the 50s! There's definitely a lot more jazz going on here than the heavier percussion you'd hear on a bachelor pad record of this nature — and the open strings on Marshall's guitar make for plenty of nice bossa inflections, too.
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Jack Marshall
Shelly Manne
Sounds !

Tracks

1 Theme From "Lawrence Of Arabia" (Jarre)  2:17
2 Sweet Sue, Just You (Harris, Young)  2:24
3 All The Things You Are (Hammerstein, Kern)  2:50
4 Choros (Villa-Lobos)  3:10
5 Am I Blue ? (Clarke, Akst) 
6 The Rain in Spain (Lerner, Loewe)  2:04
7 Spanish Dance n° 5 (Granados)  3:20
8 S'posin' (Razaf, Denniker)  2:08
9 Yesterdays (Harbach, Kern)  2:55
10 The Girls Of Sao Paulo (Manne, Marshall)  1:52
11 Manha de Carnavl (Bonfa, Maria)/Sweet Happy Life (Bonfa, Jobim)  4:14 

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Personnel
Jack Marshall - g
Shelly Manne - prc

Recorded in 1965

12 comments:

Melanchthon said...

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deGallo said...

Thank you.

Historicus said...

Many thanks!

MrDjango1953 said...

Thanks SO much.Jack Marshall was great and so far ahead of his time--a much better guitarist than Charlie Byrd imo.Do you have his ''18th Century Jazz'' LP? that would would be great .

Prof. Yaffle said...

Many thanks

Fred Archtop said...

Will definitively give a try. Thanks Mel.

ProfessorCalculus said...

Thanks again.

Leonid Ostapenko said...

Thank You very much, Melanchthon!

Scoredaddy said...

thanks very much!

Geoviki said...

I was on vacation for 3 weeks and you've posted so much great music in that time that I'm overwhelmed with wonderfulness. Truly thankful, Mel.

Jazzsoulman said...

Thank You

elpeleon said...

Ahora mismo lo voy a escuchar... gracias Mel !!