vinyl rip @ 320:http://rapidshare.com/files/244562203/Tom_Harrell.rar
Bacoso,This is EXTREMELY satisfying. Thank you so much, man.-D
THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!!!! Peace Guido/Lysergicfunk
This looks very juicy indeed - thanks!
Very nice indeed! This album is to my taste, without being ingratiating, so much easier to enjoy compared to some of the stuff that Lenny White and friends did at the time. It’s so alive; somewhat unpredictable and not really dated like some of the stuff from the 70s apart from the sound maybe, which on the other hand could be the work of some retro producer, a year or two ago and - without those endless solos by overconfident jazz rockers when, what one really wants is to groove!Great share, thanks!
This is excellent. Thanks so much for the share Bacoso!TN
Great stuff, thanks Bacoso
Enjoyed this.Thanks Bacoso.
Thanks for this, great album! Tom sounds really influenced by Woody Shaw on this one!
you're the man! great album! thank you! i love this blog!
THANX SO MUCH...JUST KEEP ON DOIN'IT!!!
This is absolutely knocked-out! Harrell has become more and more appreciated / recognized over the years -- nice to hear this early material, a great recording all the way 'round. Thanks for sharing!
!!!I missed it on evilbay some days ago. Thought it was recorded in '81.Thanks for sharing.NewB.
Thank you very much for sharing this I have been looking for this for a long time heard it awhile back (more years than I care to think about)was about to give up on it thanks again
man i've been looking all over for this!thanks a lot!
Gran músico!!! lo pude ver en vivo en el festival de Jazz de la Pataia, gran poder de concentración. Saludos desde el sur!
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New for me. Thanks a lot for share!Muchas gracias!
superb, thanks bacoso.
whoah. never seen this one. thank you for sharing. great lineup.
First heard Tom on "Paunetto's Point" (grammy nominated Latin) and also saw him at tge Vanguard with Horace.. wow he's always right.. Thanks!!!
I first encountered Tom when he was playing with Treasure Island, with Arnie Lawrence, Abdullah, Badal Roy and others. I was fortunate to have lived near the legendary Richard's Lounge in Lakewood, NJ during the seventies and spent every weekend there listening to the best of live jazz. Zamcheck, Catalyst, Treasure Island, Jack Dejohnette, so many, so many. Thanks for posting this.
s-u-p-e-r-b p-o-s-tthanks alot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Looking forward to this.. I have heard there's some fine fender rhodes playing on this one?? Thank you again for sharing.
thanks a lot
a monument! Harrell's play is as fluid as with Azteca.I noticed that an alternate version of the first track "on the roof" figures as a bonus on Idris Muhammad's "House of the Rising Sun" CD reissue (tr. 7 "Pipe Stem")N
I was also a Richard' Lounge regular in the 79s - that was a Monster club, for sure.Tom was excellent, and still listen to his tunes for all these decades after.Richard Stein - I hope you are still with us. 135 seats never sounded so good. I'll have a Rush with Pickle, please.
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