24 September 2008

THE NEW HERITAGE KEYBOARD QUARTET


















The New Heritage Keyboard Quartet for Blue Note from 1973.
Mickey Tucker, Piano, Clavinet & Harpsichord; Sir Roland Hanna, Piano, Harpsichord & Clavinet; Richard Davis, Bass; Eddie Gladden, Drums & Percussion
Another first in blogland at OIR for this '73 Blue Note outing-a great piece of dual keyboard improvisation supported by the sterling rhythm section.Check out the terrific reading of the old Eddie Jefferson fave " Zap Carnivorous" which kicks off the lp and the lovely latin lilt of "86 1/2"
From the sleeve notes:
It's not so much where Mickey Tucker,Sir Roland Hanna,Richard Davis and Eddie Gladden have been.It's where all of us are going that matters in this remarkable first offering by The New Heritage Keyboard Quartet.Mickey and Roland's keyboard wizardry,the insinuating and trailing moans of Richard Davis on Bass,and Eddie's percussive conversations furnish this chamber music for that mysterious future of ours.Bur best of all, this combo never violates our jazz given right to good blues and a compelling beat;never forget to invoke our toes as well as our heads.

22 comments:

bacoso said...

vinyl rip
http://rapidshare.com/files/147990665/The_New_Heritage_Keyboard_Quartet.rar

el goog said...

Very intriguing and interesting.
Thank you, Sir Bacoso.

eG

fabianbass said...

never hear about this! thank you mr.monkey...

Solomon said...

Thank you! This looks amazing.

jaguar said...

Never heard this one.

Loos great.

Many thanks.

Dr. Johnny Fever said...

Oh so nice to have you back. One word, clavinet and that's all it took for me to be happy.

Thanks.....

Greg said...

kerpoooow!!!!

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Robert said...

thanks B!!
Sounds like another gem:)

johnv said...

It's so neat to have you back in business Bacoso--your taste is excellent. Many thanks!

ish said...

Look forward to hearing this. Thanks Bacoso!

IR e L a IXI said...

same here! much appreciated Bacoso!

Tassjazz said...

Thank you for posting this album. I have had this album since it was first issued (back in high school days) and it was always one of my favorites. I have been wanting to rip it to digital, but have not run into my copy yet...so thank you again for this album, your copy probably sounds way better than mine would anyway (back in my formative years I was never known to take the best care of my records).

avocado kid said...

harpsichord! clavinet! oh my.

daytime lovers said...

I think I saw a reissue of this a while back but never gave it a listen then. Dumb!

Thank you!

Simon666 said...

Fantastic stuff. Only you could dig up a '73 Blue note that no-one knows AND it sounds great. The two players are giving each other space. Thanks Bacoso.

alex said...

bloody hell bacoso,i DONT know this at all??
where do you find em?
cant wait to be exposed!
THANKS!

Gianni said...

bacoso
I love you.
wonderful lp.
thank you

360grausrecordsCrew said...

thanks man....
thebest blog
peace

Michael said...

Thank you very much!
It's very interesting and rare!

Adam said...

keep bringin the heat! Thanks, brother...

Soul Man Red said...

Completely new to me - always good to stumble across a new Blue Note to keep the ears busy. Many thanks