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Monty Alexander - Rass! (1974) [Remastered 2014]

24-05-2015, 17:02
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE



Monty Alexander - Rass! (1974) [Remastered 2014]

Artist: Monty Alexander
Title Of Album: Rass!
Year Of Release: 2014 [1974]
Label (Catalog#): MPS Records/Edel [0209737MSW]
Genre: Jazz, Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Time: 36:43 min
Full Size: 100 mb / 217 mb

Monty Alexander - Rass! (1974) [Remastered 2014]

Oscar Peterson recommended Monty Alexander to his German friend and MPS label owner Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer. The 17-year-old Alexander had emigrated from Jamaica to the United States and immediately caused a furor as a piano wunderkind. Over the next years, he recorded several albums at MPSs Villingen studio. Alexander eventually returned home to play music with the kids he had grown up with. Out of this grew an album that combined soul and jazz with Caribbean folklore: Rass. With its origin in Kingston, the word is a Caribbean expletive used for emphasis in virtually any situation. Since there were three percussionists taking care of the necessary rhythmic needs, Alexander found it necessary to switch to a Fender-Rhodes electric piano. Guitarist Ernest Ranglin is also on hand for the Jamaican recording session.

TRACKLIST:

1. Let's Stay Together (9:26)
2. Sly Mongoose (4:48)
3. Love And Happiness (5:21)
4. Knowing That We Were Meant For Each Other (3:54)
5. Yellow Bird (5:49)
6. Limbo (7:02)

Artwork – Schröder, Schulz, www.groothuis.de
Bass [Fender Bass] – Jackie Jackson
Congas – Noel Seale
Drums – Sparrow Martin
Electric Piano [Fender, Rhodes Piano] – Monty Alexander
Engineer – Graeme Goodall
Guitar [Second Guitar] – "Trini" Clarence Wears
Lead Guitar – Ernest Ranglin
Liner Notes – Hans Hielscher
Mixed By – Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer
Percussion – Denzil "Pops" Laing
Recording Supervisor – Baldhard Falk




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