Last Bolero In Berkeley (Remastered) Cal Tjader

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Label: Craft Recordings

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Latin Jazz

Interpret: Cal Tjader

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  • 1Gary's Theme07:00
  • 2Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight03:38
  • 3Charisma (She's Got)04:03
  • 4Never Can Say Goodbye03:01
  • 5Boléro06:03
  • 6Cloudburst03:01
  • 7Curtain Call03:04
  • 8Where Is The Love03:05
  • 9I Want You Back03:44
  • Total Runtime36:39

Info zu Last Bolero In Berkeley (Remastered)

Mellow electric stuff recorded by Tjader with a number of different west coast studio groups. The tracks are pretty short, and not as funky as those on some of Tjader's other records from the time, but there's still plenty of nice jazzy moments, and a good moody vibe. Titles include "Gary's Theme", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Charisma", and "I Want You Back"

Cal Tjader, vibraphone
Frank Wess, baritone saxophone, flute
Chuck Rainey, bass
George Duvivier, bass
John Heard, bass
King Errisson, congas
Michael Smithe, congas
Ralph MacDonald, congas
Dick Berk, drums
Jimmy Johnson, drums
Paul Humphrey, drums
Mike Wolff, electric piano
Merl Saunders, electric piano, organ
Joe Beck, guitar
Larry Carlton, guitar
Randy Oda, guitar-solo
Ed Bogas, keyboards
Bobbye Hall Porter, percussion

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Cal Tjader
Born July 16, 1925, in St. Louis, Missouri, Cal Tjader was originally a drummer and played with George Shearing. He came to prominence, however, as a vibraphonist. I remember Mongo Santamaria accompanying him on congas at the "Village Gate" in 1961. I never heard anything as exciting in my life! My career was beginning to take shape--even if I didn't realize it at the time.

Cal Tjader had studied music in San Francisco and had come up through the ranks with Dave Brubeck, Alvino Rey, Willie Bobo, Vince Guaraldi, and Mongo Santamaria. His discography is enormous and includes close to one hundred albums as leader and many as "sideman"--with the likes of Duke Ellington, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Rosemary Clooney, Tania Maria, Anita O'Day, and Carmen McRae. As a songwriter, his work appears on albums by Poncho Sanchez, Bobby Shew, Clare Fischer, Jerry Gonzales, and Stan Getz.

In 1963 Creed Taylor signed him with Verve, and Tjader worked with Klaus Ogermann and other producers to create some of the hippest albums of the 1960s. His single of "Soul Sauce" ("Guachi Guara") briefly entered the Top Forty charts.

Although Tjader was often slammed by jazz critics for pandering to popular tastes, he was well-respected among the Latin musicians with whom he worked, including Candido, Armando Peraza, Eddie Palmieri, and Tito Puente. In his later years, he came to be recognized as one of the fathers of acid jazz. His concord album "La Onda Va Bien" won a Grammy award in 1979.

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