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CD Details

  • Released: October 10, 1995
  • Originally Released: 2001
  • Label: Imports

Tracks:

  • 1.Give It Some Thought
  • 2.Dance Cadaverous
  • 3.Midnight Train
  • 4.Gonzilla
  • 5.So Near, So Far
  • 6.A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing
  • 7.Jungle Plum
  • 8.Heidi Ho
  • 9.Ruby, My Dear

Product Description:

Full performer name: Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band.
Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band: Jerry Gonzalez (trumpet, flugelhorn, congas); Joe Ford (alto & soprano saxophones); John Stubblefield (tenor saxophone); Larry Willis (piano); Andy Gonzalez (bass); Steve Berrios (drums, marimba, percussion).
Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California from April to August 1995. Includes liner notes by Felipe Luciano.
PENSATIVO was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Performance.
Personnel: Jerry Gonz lez (cheng, trumpet, flugelhorn, congas); Joe Ford (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); John Stubblefield (tenor saxophone); Larry Willis (piano); Steve Berrios (marimba, drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Michael Semanick.
Liner Note Author: Felipe Luciano.
Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA (04/1995-08/1995).
Photographer: Phil Bray.
Arrangers: Fort Apache Band; Joe Ford; John Stubblefield; Larry Willis; Steve Berrios.
The brothers Gonzales, trumpeter/conguero Jerry and bassist Andy, and their dauntless sextet, the Fort Apache Band, serve up an enigmatic collection of pensive Latin jazz that, for all of its intelligence and musicality, just misses ignition. Perhaps one reason for this is Gonzales' often subdued trumpet and flugelhorn; another is the extensive overdubbing of the percussion instruments at the cost of the spontaneity and fire of Latin rhythms interlocking on the spot. Things come almost to a dead halt with the drifting, eight-minute "A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing" -- just ethereal solo horns over Larry Willis' piano -- and on the final duet track, "Ruby, My Dear." Nevertheless, one can savor the intriguing triple horn voicings on "Midnight Train" and "Heidi Ho," and "Gonzilla" is a studio tour de force of multiple trumpets, all played by Jerry, with a muted one above wild African drumming. ~ Richard S. Ginell
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  • UPC: 025218924221
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