Roy Campbell La Tierra Del Fuego

La Tierra Del Fuego

Roy Campbell

Paru le 1 janvier 1994 chez Delmark

Artiste principal : Roy Campbell

Genre : Jazz

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Roy Campbell is a very flexible jazzman; depending on what a particular situation calls for, he can either get into outside and avant-garde playing or stick to swinging, straight-ahead hard bop and post-bop. The trumpeter/flügelhornist's post-bop side prevails on his second Delmark session as a leader, La Tierra del Fuego, which was recorded in 1993 but sounds like it could have been recorded for Blue Note 30 years earlier. Campbell doesn't get into dissonant outside playing on this rewarding sophomore effort, which recalls the modal post-bop albums that Booker Little, Freddie Hubbard, and Lee Morgan provided for Blue Note in the 1960s. In fact, one of the tunes, "Booker's Lament," is a moving ode to Little, who was only 23 when he died in 1961. Because Little met such an untimely death, Campbell's piece is understandably melancholy and remorseful -- much like Hubbard's "Lament for Booker," which was also written for Little but should not be confused with the song on this album. Campbell also wrote most of the other material on La Tierra del Fuego, including the reflective "Charmaine," the exuberant "Straight on Up, Straight on Down," and the 17-minute, Spanish-flavored "La Tierra del Fuego Suite." Meanwhile, "Losaida" is an interesting number that successfully combines a bossa nova beat with a Middle Eastern-influenced melody. Thankfully, Campbell has sympathetic and insightful company; the noteworthy soloists include, among others, Zane Massey on tenor sax, Ricardo Strobert on alto sax and flute, Klass Hekman on bass sax, and Rahn Burton on piano. In Spanish, La Tierra del Fuego means The Land of Fire, and Campbell brings plenty of fire and passion to this consistently inspired CD. ~ Alex Henderson
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Album : 1 disque - 7 pistes Durée totale : 01:02:30

  1. 1 Jahne's Waltz

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  2. 2 Booker's Lament

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  3. 3 Stright On Up Straight On Down

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  4. 4 Charmaine

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  5. 5 La Tierra Del Fuego Suite

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  6. 6 Losaida

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  7. 7 The Sermon

    Roy Campbell, Performer Copyright : (P) 1994 Delmark Records

  • Descriptif de l'album
  • Roy Campbell is a very flexible jazzman; depending on what a particular situation calls for, he can either get into outside and avant-garde playing or stick to swinging, straight-ahead hard bop and post-bop. The trumpeter/flügelhornist's post-bop side prevails on his second Delmark session as a leader, La Tierra del Fuego, which was recorded in 1993 but sounds like it could have been recorded for Blue Note 30 years earlier. Campbell doesn't get into dissonant outside playing on this rewarding sophomore effort, which recalls the modal post-bop albums that Booker Little, Freddie Hubbard, and Lee Morgan provided for Blue Note in the 1960s. In fact, one of the tunes, "Booker's Lament," is a moving ode to Little, who was only 23 when he died in 1961. Because Little met such an untimely death, Campbell's piece is understandably melancholy and remorseful -- much like Hubbard's "Lament for Booker," which was also written for Little but should not be confused with the song on this album. Campbell also wrote most of the other material on La Tierra del Fuego, including the reflective "Charmaine," the exuberant "Straight on Up, Straight on Down," and the 17-minute, Spanish-flavored "La Tierra del Fuego Suite." Meanwhile, "Losaida" is an interesting number that successfully combines a bossa nova beat with a Middle Eastern-influenced melody. Thankfully, Campbell has sympathetic and insightful company; the noteworthy soloists include, among others, Zane Massey on tenor sax, Ricardo Strobert on alto sax and flute, Klass Hekman on bass sax, and Rahn Burton on piano. In Spanish, La Tierra del Fuego means The Land of Fire, and Campbell brings plenty of fire and passion to this consistently inspired CD. ~ Alex Henderson

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