Jazz Dispensary: Haunted High (Remastered) Various Artists - Jazz Dispensary
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- 2La Fiesta04:54
- 3Desert Cry04:44
- 4Silver Sword05:38
- 5Los Indios07:11
- 7Strange Fruit03:28
- 8Windmills Of Your Mind03:53
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Jazz Dispensary’s RSD favourite compilation series is back with exploration into the furthest depths of outer space, and one’s mind. Featuring the music of Cannonball Adderley; Mongo Santamaria; Barbara Lewis; Woody Herman; Cal Tjader; McCoy Tyner; Gene Ammons and Flora Purim.
It is a collection of previously released material. Of course, the groove train is rolling down the track. Side A opens with jazz legend Cannonball Adderley and his quartet. With a customary hard-driving funk rhythm, “Phases” utilizes electric piano (Hal Galper), clavinet (George Duke), a thick bass, and drums to establish a relentless groove. Adderley (saxophone) and his brother Nat (cornet) lay down some rhythmic solos while Duke creates the spacey aesthetics. Big band leader Woody Herman puts together an interesting cover of Chick Corea’s Latin-infused “La Fiesta” that adopts forceful exotic motifs in a rollicking style. The sonic attack includes three saxophones, flugelhorn, trombone and flute to frame the music. An electric piano solo (Andy Laverne) and heart-pounding bass (Wayne Darling) set the tone. Additionally, Herman is fluid on soprano saxophone. In a decidedly change of tempo, pianist McCoy Tyner creates a Middle Eastern/African musical landscape with the hypnotic “Desert Cry”. His cascading flourishes are countered by soprano saxophone (Azar Lawrence) in a dream-like swirling arrangement. Vocalist Flora Purim brings her ethereal fusion vision to “Silver Sword”. Carlos Santana’s crisp guitar is piercing and magnetic. The rhythm team of Airto (drums) and King Errisson (congas) keep the jam tight. Purim’s unique lilting vocalese and Miroslav Vitous’ airy synthesizer accents expand the aesthetics.
The “m\ind travel” continues with Mongo Santamaria. “Los Indios” With typical assured funk generated by percussionist Santamaria, the inimitable Bernard Purdie and bassist Rosco Mackey, there is a soulful backdrop. A trumpet duo (Ray Maldonado, Victor Paz) punctuate the musical expression and Fender Rhodes (Armen Donelian) gives the number a very jazzy resonance. There are chord-changes with horn counterpoints. Cal Tjader unfurls multiple themes on “Mindoro”. He shines on vibraphone and Robertinho Silva unleashes fury on drums and percussion. Settling things down, Gene Ammons (tenor saxophone) evokes late night blues on “Strange Fruit”. This was a celebrated Billie Holiday recording. Ammons manages to capture the longing and sexual tension with his evocative vibrato-laced runs. His trio includes Ron Carter (double bass) and the feathery touch of Hank Jones (electric piano). A finale of “Windmills Of Your Mind” (The Thomas Crown Affair) showcases vocalist Barbara Lewis. There is a groove-oriented approach to the instrumentals. Lewis’ saucy vocals are phrased with jazzy sensibility. She fits in with the players.
WITH JAZZ AS ITS SOURCE, AND THE HIGH-FLYING SOUNDS AND YOUTHFUL EXUBERANCE OF THE GREATEST CLASSIC FUNK AND ROCK AS A GUIDING PHILOSOPHY, JAZZ DISPENSARY BLURS BOUNDARIES AND OPENS MINDS TO THE PSYCHOACTIVE POTENTIAL OF MUSIC, INTRODUCING A NEW GENERATION TO THE GROOVES THAT ELEVATED THE HIPPEST HEADS OF THE ‘60S AND ‘70S.
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Jazz Dispensary adheres to this intersection of mind-expanding music run through strict quality control in our critically acclaimed compilation series, which feature custom created psychedelic artwork complimenting the smoke-friendly grooves.
Jazz Dispensary seeks to transmit the lineage of quality music and its presentation from the source to its closest analogues in the present, but we haven’t forgotten the digital realm. To this end, Jazz Dispensary also makes available on streaming outlets each of the rare gems it reissues. Most of these treasures have never been disseminated or available for the average listener on these popular platforms, and this fresh outreach will certainly create inroads to lead new fans deeper into the many discoveries awaiting in the stocked stash of Jazz Dispensary. One hit, and you’re hooked! New journeys and tantalizing pathways abound, from the meditative and moody to the uproarious, ecstatic and joyous. A funky good time, a mystic journey, a powerful inspiration, Jazz Dispensary has the medicine that will spark things off and set the mood. Let us take you on a trip!
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