Sunday, May 28, 2017

Eddy Louiss Trio (feat. René Thomas)

Eddy Louiss is one of the most underrated organists of all time, probably because he has always been based in his native France. This 1991 CD puts the focus on the talented and fairly original organist, whose style falls between Jimmy Smith and Wild Bill Davis. Joined by guitarist René Thomas and drummer Kenny Clarke for a studio set (the only one by this particular trio), Louiss performs two basic originals (including Clarke's "Don't Want Nothin'," awhich uses the "Ja Da" chord changes), Miles Davis' "Nardis," a heated version of "Hot House," Horace Silver's catchy "No Smoking" and "You've Changed." An excellent all-around showcase that serves as a fine introduction to the very viable organist.
Scott Yanow

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:hifyxqujldhe

Eddy Louiss
Trio

Tracks

1 Nardis (Davis)  7:49
2 Blue Tempo (Thomas)  8:04
3 Hot House (Dameron)  7:12
4 No Smokin' (Silver)  6:24
5 You've Changed (Reese)  9:52
6 Don't Want Nothin' (Clarke)  5:36

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Personnel
Eddy Louiss - org
René Thomas - g
Kenny Clarke - dr

Recorded at Studio Davout, Paris, 1968

30 comments:

Blue Eyes said...

I've this great album of course ;)..the version of "You've Changed" is fabulous ! A must have for René's fan ! :)

cooljazz said...

Superb album by exceptional musicians. I had the privilege to play with René Thomas in the early sixties when he was living in Montréal. Thank you for this CD.

Blue Eyes said...

@cooljazz: Oh! your testimony interest me, what instrument do you play please ?

the jazzman said...

Thank you.

d3lta said...

excellent post, many thanks!

ita diegues said...

Thanks once again Melanchthon.

the doc said...

very cool! Thanks

Pippo said...

Thank you Melanchthon, nice interesting post. Eddie Louiss should have way more recognition than what he's got.

jpo said...

awesome.

stringbender said...

Many thanks for the Eddy Louiss / Rene Thomas post.

hulaboy said...

klook's klatter kills!

rm said...

Thank you very much!

fcapeau said...

Big post ! And many "Souvenirs" of that trio in Parisian club "Le Chat qui Peche", late 60ies ! ... When we were young !!

Fernando said...

THANKS a lot.

Fernando

TEO said...

Thanks very much Mel!!!
What a trio...with the great Klook!!!

Chronophonix said...

Hi ! I've downloaded the archive and it asks me for a PW. Could you give it here, please ? Thx...

Chronophonix said...

It's ok, I've found it. Thanks for this post ! «No smoking» is a standard I've played many years ago and it's a pleasure to listen it again !

Kostas from Piraeus said...

Thank you very much...

deGallo said...

Marvelous! Thank you.

Historicus said...

Impressed ---- many thanks!

Fred Archtop said...

Thanks Mel. One more generous gift from you. René was one of the greatests.

AmyBRAINS said...

WOW!! IT'S A MARVELOUS ALBUM!!
THANKS A LOT, MELANCHTHON.

Jazzsoulman said...

Thank You

glinka21 said...

Yet another reupload that I've been longing for. Thanks much, Mel.

Melanchthon said...

http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/myUtT9N2/file.html
http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/Pf0HO2Zc/file.html

Unknown said...

Mel, I have just encountered your blog, and it looks wonderful. Unfortunately, I am unable to access the files. When I try to highlight the links, expecting to right click and see "Open as link", I am unable to highlight -- the cursor does not "take". When I attempt to go through Zippy by entering the link manually in my address bar, the files are downloaded, but I cannot open them. When I attempt to do so, I get an error message saying "File is corrupt". Any thoughts on a remedy? Kind regards, Sam

Anonymous said...

To "Unknown":
you need the password.
check the PW link in the upper right part of this page, right above the search field.

Jazz Padd said...

New to me, received with glee. Thanks!

Kovina Kris said...

I've got this one and I'm pretty sure I got it from you. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

This one is so hugely underrated, so much so as Dave Cliff and George Simkins' music is. Thanks so much, dear MM!