12 October 2007


Cannonball with Wiliam Fischer,Lalo Schifrin and the quintet for Capitol from 1970.
Nat Adderley (cor) Cannonball Adderley (as) Joe Zawinul (p) Walter Booker (b) Roy McCurdy (d) William Fisher, Lalo Schifrin (cond) Orchestra
Los Angeles, CA, June, 1970
David Axelrod at the production desk.
This one's for Kristof.
Motown 67 on the case at Soulstrut.com
Cannonball Adderley Quintet & Orchestra features three songs, each penned by different authors. Joe Zawinul wrote Experience In E, Tensity is by David Axelrod and Lalo Schifrin was responsible for Dialogues For Jazz Quintet and Orchestra. Experience In E and Dialogues For Jazz Quintet gravitate back and forth between Free Jazz and heavily orchestrated Bop. There’s a nice middle part in the former, and a short bass and drum part in the latter that could be looped. Tensity is the best of the three as it has a strong backbeat to a Soul-Jazz melody. It’s been sampled several times as well.
No reissues-ripped from the original vinyl @320.Side 1 has the intro edited by 20 seconds due to a bad scratch.
Please check the comments box-lc has kindly upped Experience in E without my edited intro and left a link for it -nice work chap !!!

Nat Adderley(c) Julian "Cannonball" Adderley(as) Joe Zawinul(el p) Walter Booker(b) Roy McCurdy(dm) with Orchestra arr. & cond.
by Bill Fischer: Freddie Hill,Paul Hubinon(tp) Dick Leith,Dick Hyde(tb) David Duke,Art Maebe(frh) Gene Cipriano,Jackie
Kelso(saxes) Bill Green(fl,cl,picc) Jim Horn(fl,picc) Ernie Watts, Jerry Kasper(oboe) Don Christlieb(bassoon) Ray Brown(arco b)
Gary Coleman(mallets) John Arnold(perc) & strings: James Getzoff,Bill Hymanson,Ralph Schaefer,Bill Henderson,Assa
Drori,Stanley Plummer, Gerald Vinci,Henry Roth,Israel Baker,Marvin Limonick,Paul Shure,Lou Raderman(v) Joe Reilich,Milton
Thomas, Allan Harshman,Myron Sandler,Sam Boghossian,Gary Nuttycombe(viola) Edgar Lustgarden, Raphael Kramer,Armand
Kaproff,Jeffrey Solow(cello) Morty Corb,Bob West,Al McKibbon,Max Bennett(b)
(Session #18574)(Capitol Tower) LA,May 20,1970
74567Experience in E Cap.ST-484
74568: no information (poss. not used).
Nat Adderley(c) Julian "Cannonball" Adderley(as) Joe Zawinul(p) Walter Booker(b) Roy McCurdy(dm) with Orchestra arr. & cond.
by Bill Fischer (similar to previous session). Arr. by Lalo Schifrin-1.
(Session #18575)(Capitol Tower) LA,May 21,1970


clark said...

great post, as always! just wanted to thank you for your amazing blog. wanted to know how i might go about contributing some material.

makuma said...

Hi Bacoso! Just found a cd that I'm sure you'll be interested in having a listen..Blue Note Trip: Jazzanova Lookin' Back Movin' On. The German Collective does Horace Silver, Charlie Rouse, Bobby Hutcherson, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Donald Byrd, Duke Pearson, etc..

I confess I haven't listen yet but couldn't resist to leave you the link first:



avocado kid said...

Thanks again, again, and again for more amazing tunes!

If you happen to have Al Hirt's Soul In the Horn, I'd be grateful!

Rockin' Rich said...

Thank you for your relentless dedication to the cause!

bamabob said...

Just started listening to this set---really a departure from the Cannonball I have listened to--not in a bad way at all, just different. Thanks for the tracks!

LC said...

Half of this record ("Experience in E" only) has been reissued by Blue Note as a bonus track on Cannonball's "Domination". Nice to see the other half. Thanks!

LC said...

Here's the first track without scratches:-)


Hope it helps.

xmnr0x23 said...

Thanks Bacoso! :]

Oufar-Khân said...

Each time I come to your blog, there's new bloody amazing stuff!!
You're damn good man!

Carlos said...

Bought this record at an outdoor flea market around my way in pristine condition for probably about $5-$12. I would've gotten it off the strength of it being Cannonball, but when I saw Lalo, Zawinul, AND Axelrod it was a wrap. Only problem was I couldn't find any personnel, so this is a big help. Thanks!

hookfinger said...

Aw man - i just put this up om my own thing. But your info is too complete. I credited you - please let me know if this not cool.

You know I love this place.

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