Thursday, November 9, 2017

Clare Fischer - Surging Ahead

Early trio work from pianist Clare Fischer — definitely surging ahead at this point in his career ! The set's got a bit more of a freewheeling sound than some of Fischer's later, more arranged material — lots of tight piano from Clare in the lead, swung with a good blend of soul jazz energy mixed with Latin and Brazilian influences — with support from a few different rhythm teams, players who include Gary Peacock, Ralph Peña, and Albert Stinson on bass — and Gene Stone, Larry Bunker, and Colin Bailey on drums ! Some of the tracks are a bit longer than you'd expect for such a record — taking things nicely past conventional trio expectations – and titles include "Billie's Bounce", "Way Down East"...
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Clare Fischer
Surging Ahead

Tracks

1 Billie's Bounce (Parker)  6:13
2 Way Down East (Adler)  2:32
3 Satin Doll (Mercer, Ellington, Strayhorn)  7:15
4 This Can'e be Love (Hart, Rodgers)  3:58
5 Strayhorn (Fischer)  5:33
6 This Ain't What They Used to Be (Persons, Ellington)  4:24
7 Davenport Blues (Beiderbecke)  5:04
8 Whithout a Song (Rose, Eliscu, Youmans)  5:03

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Personnel
[# 8]
Clare Fischer - p
Gary Peacock - b
Gene Stone - dr
Recorded April, 1962
[# 5-7]
Clare Fischer - p
Ralph Peña - b
Larry Bunker - dr
Recorded February 6, 1963
[# 1-4]
Clare Fischer - p
Albert Stinson - b
Colin Bailey - dr
Recorded March 13, 1963

13 comments:

Melanchthon said...

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slr in tx said...

Thanks, Mel. I've got some later Clare F. around here somewhere which i can send when I find...

Porer said...

Thank you very much

neil said...

Just had a back-up computer crash, with half my jazz archive on it; so not sure whether I had this or not. But I'll take the opportunity to hear it now. Many thanks, mel...

daniel genovese said...

Thank you.

hepcat said...

Thank you.

musician3 said...

GREAT..........................THANK YOU

deGallo said...

Nice! Thank you.

Fred Archtop said...

Thanks a lot Mel. Best.

Olde Edo said...

Not very familiar with Fischer, so thanks for posting this!

zoltanzylox said...

Thanks Mel!

Kovina Kris said...

I really only know this artist better because of your posts Mel. Thank you for another one!

Porer said...

Thank you very much