Ray Brown Live From New York to Tokyo (2-CD)
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: March 24, 2003
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: Concord Records
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 1.Have You Met Miss Jones?
- 3.Street Of Dreams
- 4.Lady Be Good
- 5.That's All
- 6.Love Me Tender
- 7.How Could You Do A Thing Like That To Me?
- 8.Captain Bill
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 1.Introductory Announcement
- 2.F.S.R. (For Sonny Rollins)
- 3.Put Your Little Foot Right Out
- 5.If I Loved You
- 6.Introductory Announcement
- 8.Days Of Wine And Roses
- 9.Introductory Announcement
- 10.Night In Tunisia
- 11.Bam Bam Bam
LIVE FROM NEW YORK TO TOKYO contains THE RED HOT RAY BROWN TRIO (1987)/BAM BAM BAM (1989).
Ray Brown Trio: Ray Brown (bass); Gene Harris (piano); Mickey Roker, Jeff Hamilton (drums).
Producers: Ray Brown, Bennett Rubin, Carl E. Jefferson.
Recorded live at The Blue Note, New York, New York and at the 1988 Fujitsu-Concord Jazz Festival, Kan-i Hoken Hall, Tokyo, Japan in November-December 1985 and December 1988.
This two-fer reissue combines two live albums released by the Ray Brown Trio in the 1980s, The Red Hot Ray Brown Trio, featuring pianist Gene Harris and drummer Mickey Roker along with bassist Brown, recorded at the Blue Note nightclub in New York in November and December 1985, and Bam Bam Bam, with the trio consisting of Brown, Harris, and drummer Jeff Hamilton, cut in December 1988 at the 2,000-seat Kan-i Hoken Hall in Toyko. Harris, whom Brown had lured from obscurity and retirement in Idaho, was something of the bassist's prot‚g‚ during this period, so it is not surprising that Brown actually takes a back seat on much of the music here, allowing Harris to be showcased. To listen to these albums, you would think Harris, not Brown, was the leader. The bassist does reserve at least one important solo for himself in each set, giving an expressive arco introduction to the surprising selection "Love Me Tender" (the Elvis Presley song) on the first disc and returning to the bow on an attractive interpretation of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "If I Loved You" from Carousel on the second. Hamilton also gets some spotlight time on the second disc, notably with a showy solo during "Rio" and a hand-drumming part in "A Night in Tunisia." But it's Harris who carries the programs in each concert, and he proves an imaginative soloist, particularly during a version of Gershwin's "Summertime" in Tokyo that has the enthusiastic audience clapping along. The pianist could ask for nothing more than the platform Brown has provided for him on these albums. ~ William Ruhlmann
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