Continental Experience George Shearing Quintet & Amigos

Album info

Album-Release:
1976

HRA-Release:
09.09.2014

Label: MPS Classical

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Latin Jazz

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  • 1Continental Experience03:11
  • 2When Your Love Has Gone02:56
  • 3To a Wild Rose03:02
  • 4I'll Be Around02:39
  • 5Think Alone02:54
  • 6Don't Blame Me06:31
  • 7The Continental03:12
  • 8The Nearness of You03:01
  • 9Roses of Picardy02:59
  • 10Someone to Watch Over Me02:33
  • 11East of the Sun03:28
  • 12We'll Be Together01:56
  • Total Runtime38:22

Info for Continental Experience

„In spite of the dismal result from The Way We Are, an earlier project for BASF by the George Shearing Quintet & Amigos, this seven-piece group once again recorded for the label but stuck this time to a dozen standards instead of inane '70s pop songs as on the earlier record. While the results are greatly improved, this LP hardly measures up to the level of playing on Shearing Quintet recordings of the '40s, '50s, '60s, or the revived quintet of 2000. Part of the problem is the lack of soloists in addition to the leader and the incessant and generally extraneous Latin percussion. In spite of the very strong mix of songs -- including 'I'll Be Around,' 'Don't Blame Me,' 'East of the Sun,' and 'The Nearness of You' -- the rather conservative arrangements make this a relatively rare George Shearing LP -- one that jazz fans can safely bypass.“ (Ken Dryden, AMG)

George Shearing, piano
Sigi Schwab, guitar
Heribert Thusek, vibraphone
Andy Simpkins, bass
Rusty Jones, drums
Chino Valdes, congas, bongos
Carmelo Garcia, timbales

Recorded 1975 at MPS Studios in Villingen, Germany
Recorded and mixed by Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer

Digitally remastered

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