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Grant Green - Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) album download

Grant Green - Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) album download
Performer: Grant Green
Title: Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970)
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Jazz-Funk, Fusion
Released: 2018
MP3 album szie: 1413 mb
FLAC album size: 1468 mb

Antibes Jazz Festival featuring saxophonist Claude Bartee and organist Clarence Palmer, who both played on Green’s classic 1969 Blue Note album Carryin’ On, and drummer Billy Wilson. The ORTF studio session was taped for a radio broadcast produced by legendary French producer André Francis, and the Antibes recording was taped less than a month before Green’s first live release Alive! on Blue Note Records. Both performances showcase Green’s early transition to a heavier, funkier sound as he entered the 1970s. Green's support in these sessions was uneven. For instance, Larry Ridley's bass "talked and walked" nicely, especially on the Funk In France pieces, His work on "Sonnymoon For Two" was particularly noteworthy. On the other hand, Don Lamond on drums was generally solid if unspectacular, especially when he persisted with inappropriate rim shots on the languid "I Wish You Love.

Grant Green Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970). In tandem with Funk in France, Resonance will also release a never-before-issued recording called Slick! – Live at Oil Can Harry’s captured live on September 5, 1975 at a popular club in Vancouver, BC Canada called Oil Can Harry’s. Taped 3 years after the classic Live at the Lighthouse album released on Blue Note in 1972, this marks the latest known official live Grant Green recording on CD and LP.

Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970), 2018. Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970), 2018. How Insensitive (Insensatez), 07:19. Untitled Blues, 08:09. I Wish You Love, 07:07.

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In 1970 Green released Alive!, his first live album as a leader. In 1972, Live at the Lighthouse affirmed that Green’s best music from this period took place in front of an audience, a fact further reinforced in 2006, when Blue Note released Live at Club Mozambique, a 1971 performance at a club in Detroit. The final track on disc 1, Upshot, is from a July 18, 1970 performance by Green at the Antibes Jazz Festival with Claude Bartee on tenor sax, Clarence Palmer on organ, and Billy Wilson on drums. The sound isn’t as good as that of the La Maison performance, but in this all-funk set Green and his band light things up and keep them burning, with all but Wilson taking long solos. All of disc 2 is from Antibes.

Label: Resonance Records Released: 2018 Views: 1,552. Disc 2: Grant Green: guitar; Claude Bartee: tenor saxophone; Clarence Palmer: organ; Billy Wilson: drums. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. About Grant Green. Resonance Records 2018.

First official releases of previously unissued Grant Green material in over 10 years! Represents the earliest (1969-1970) and latest (1975) known live recordings of Grant Green as a leader captured at the ORTF studios in Paris, the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins, and Oil Can Harry's in Vancouver, . Represents the earliest (1969-1970) and latest (1975) known live recordings of Grant Green as a leader captured at the ORTF studios in Paris, the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins, and Oil Can Harry's in Vancouver, . CDx2 - Standard Double CD. Label Resonance Records. More from Grant Green. Slick! - Live at Oil Can Harry's. More from Resonance Records.

In partnership with the French National Audiovisual Institute (Ina), Funk in France - Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) is the first official, previously unissued live recordings of legendary guitarist Grant Green in over a decade.

Tracklist

I Don't Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing (Open Up The Door I'll Get It Myself) 4:34
Oleo 4:24
How Insensitive (Insensatez) 7:18
Untitled Blues 8:09
Sonnymoon For Two 7:00
I Wish You Love 7:06
Upshot 18:02
Hurt So Bad 14:35
Upshot 19:46
Hi-Heel Sneakers 27:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HLP-9033 Grant Green Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) ‎(3xLP, Album, Ltd, Num) Resonance Records HLP-9033 US 2018
HCD-2033 Grant Green Funk In France (From Paris To Antibes 1969-1970) ‎(2xCD, Album) Resonance Records HCD-2033 US 2018
KKJ1026, HCD 2033 Grant Green Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) ‎(2xCD, Album, Dig) Resonance Records, Resonance Records KKJ1026, HCD 2033 Japan 2018
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Reviews: (9)
Lailace
Lailace
For the experienced Grant Green fan, lots to dig into here. These are rough live recordings (especially the 2nd and 3rd LPs) but the fire is there and gives you a completely different dimension compared to Green's studio recordings. If you're new to Green, there are at least half a dozen or more studio albums you should own before thinking about getting this one.As much as I enjoy this release, I'm probably going to stick to CD editions of Resonance releases going forward. Although some of their vinyl releases are stunning, there is only so much that can be done (BG Mastering and RTI pressing) with some of these archival live performances to clean up the sound. Case in point - records 2 and 3 in this 3xLP set. I just don't think the pricing premium of vinyl over CD is justified with stuff like this.
Otiel
Otiel
Along with the Japanese version, this edition is also in digipak rather than a jewel case.
Tojahn
Tojahn
It seems to have gone unmentioned that - I think, but I am not certain - all selections are mono.
Nagis
Nagis
Narrow stereo, not mono, that is why it sounds the way it does.
Morad
Morad
Ok, yes i'm a fan, and so are a lot of other people i know...i was blown away by "Slick!" (see review) and those other people i know?...uh, not so much...so here we go again with another totally unique and awesome artifact from the unstoppable force of nature otherwise known as Grant Green...Paris sides A and B, nice...Grant plays chords, and very well!...and plays single lines in his own inimitable, relaxed, and soulful style...treat yourself to the rare and priceless footage in the YouTube video.But the Antibes Jazz Fest material...sides C, D, E and F are actually at the heart of the matter here."Hurt So Bad" (Side D) sums up everything we need to know about July18 & 20, 1970...and this is why...First, there's Clarence Palmer's organ...he (mostly) channels Larry Young...so great to hear the expansive and ambiguous chords and baselines presented here, and the tone of the instrument is stunning, earthy and gritty, imho a perfect blueprint for an ideal B-3 sound...then there's Claude Bartee...he digs, overblows, and delves into enough searching "Trane-isms" to keep this from ever bogging down into another regular "bbq" soul jazz date.Billy Wilson provides tasty support and keeps everything wrapped up tight, and Grant? well...Uh huh!...tone, time, phrasing, feel, lyricism...everything we would expect from the maestro, and a bit more...casually stepping out of his regular bag of hot licks from time to time to incorporate some wonderful, purely improvised moments that sound fresh and unexpected...remember Duane? at the Fillmore East? oh yeah!...well imho Grant and his crack band inhabit the same ground here...the ocean of B-3, sent from heaven electric guitar tones, all on display in the service of spiritually pure "creativity."Yes, Grant isn't soloing every split second of every track, and the recording isn't perfect (but is extremely good and has that real, raw, presence of a good boot)...but he lovingly gives his group time and space to add to the overall sound and direction of the music...and what music it is!
zmejka
zmejka
Wow! I must be crazy. I might agree with your comments, but I find the recording to be awful. I get it... live from a jazz festival, not in the studio, but I can't make out what Palmer is doing, especially on the first date of Upshot. Im so bummed about the purchase.
Mogelv
Mogelv
How much did this retail for? The prices on this seem inflated. What was the original price range for this release.
VariesWent
VariesWent
In the UK I think it was about £55. Pretty expensive but it's a lovely package. Sound quality is actually very good. Only an audiophile snob would pick fault with it.
BlessСhild
BlessСhild
I paid $67 at an Independent Record Store on RSD 2018. I imagine this was pretty typically of the retail price. Resonance Record releases, in general, hold their value really well, or in some cases, the value skyrockets. (E.g. https://www.discogs.com/Bill-Evans-Some-Other-Time-The-Lost-Session-From-The-Black-Forest/release/8397038 )