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Concerto Retitled

Joe Zawinul

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As Joe Zawinul's electric band Weather Report gathered momentum in the '70s, Atlantic put together a single-LP anthology of Zawinul's earlier two albums for Atlantic and one for Vortex. The irony, of course, is that the Zawinul of most of these tracks basically did not exist as of 1976, nor has this compulsively forward-looking musician returned to his acoustic jazz roots since. Fully half of the tracks - the Tatumesque solo number, "My One and Only Love," the straight-ahead "Riverbed," and trio numbers "Del Sasser" and "Sharon's Waltz" (with Cannonball Adderley's rhythm section, Sam Jones and Louis Hayes) come from the Money in the Pocket album. "From Vienna with Love" and "Concerto Retitled" (both from The Rise and Fall of the Third Stream) are backed by William Fischer's brooding neo-classical arrangements for cello and three violas. From these relatively conventional pursuits, it is a jolt to hear two hauntingly spiritual tracks - the electronically slowed-down "His Most Journey" and "In a Silent Way - " from the Zawinul album, the prelude to Weather Report. Though all of this stuff is out on CD in complete form, this is still useful as a quick trip through Zawinul's extraordinary changes over a short span of time.
© Richard S. Ginell /TiVo

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1
From Vienna, with Love
Joe Zawinul
00:04:28

Jimmy Owens, Trumpet - Roy McCurdy, Drums - William Fischer, Arranger, Tenor Saxophone - Joel Dorn, Producer - Kermit Moore, Cello - Warren Smith, Percussion - Theodore Israel, Viola - Alfred Brown, Viola - Zawinul Joe, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist - Freddie Waits, Drums - Selwart Clarke, Viola - Friedrich Gulda, Composer

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1965 Vortex Records, Manufactured and Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation

2
My One and Only Love
Joe Zawinul
00:03:52

Stephanie Jones, Contributor - Patrick Milligan, Contributor - Joel Dorn, Producer - Michael Ochs Archives, Contributor - Robert Mellin, Composer - Chris Clarke, Contributor - FAYE Rosen, Contributor - Mark Pinkus, Contributor - Guy Wood, Composer - Jeff McClure, Contributor - Victor Rykken, Contributor - Vincent Pelote, Contributor - Zawinul Joe, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1966 Atlantic Recording Corp.

3
Riverbed
Joe Zawinul
00:05:09

Roy McCurdy, Drums - Joel Dorn, Producer - Pepper Adams, Saxophone - Blue Mitchell, Trumpet - Joe Henderson, Tenor Saxophone - Zawinul Joe, Composer, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1966 Atlantic Recording Corp.

4
A Concerto Retitled
Joe Zawinul
00:05:32

Jimmy Owens, Trumpet - Roy McCurdy, Drums - William Fischer, Composer, Arranger, Tenor Saxophone - Joel Dorn, Producer - Kermit Moore, Cello - Warren Smith, Percussion - Theodore Israel, Viola - Alfred Brown, Viola - Zawinul Joe, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist - Freddie Waits, Drums - Selwart Clarke, Viola

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1976 Atlantic Recording Corp.

5
Del Sasser
Joe Zawinul
00:03:46

Joel Dorn, Producer - Sam Jones, Composer - Zawinul Joe, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1976 Atlantic Recording Corp.

6
Sharon's Waltz
Joe Zawinul
00:05:07

Joel Dorn, Producer - Zawinul Joe, Piano - Joe Zawinul, MainArtist - Rudy Stephenson, Composer

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1966 Atlantic Recording Corp.

7
His Last Journey
Herbie Hancock
00:04:36

David Lee, Percussion - GENE PAUL, Recording Engineer - Joel Dorn, Producer - HERBIE HANCOCK, Electric Piano - Joe Chambers, Percussion - Woody Shaw, Trumpet - Zawinul Joe, Electric Piano - Joe Zawinul, Writer, MainArtist - Lewis Hahn, Remixer, Recording Engineer - Earl Turbinton, Saxophone - Billy Hart, Percussion - George Davis, Flute

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1971 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

8
In a Silent Way
Herbie Hancock
00:04:48

David Lee, Percussion - GENE PAUL, Recording Engineer - Joel Dorn, Producer - HERBIE HANCOCK, Electric Piano - Joe Chambers, Percussion - Woody Shaw, Trumpet - Zawinul Joe, Electric Piano - Joe Zawinul, Writer, MainArtist - Lewis Hahn, Remixer, Recording Engineer - Earl Turbinton, Saxophone - Billy Hart, Percussion - George Davis, Flute

© 2006 Atlantic Recording Corp., Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company ℗ 1971 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

Album Description

As Joe Zawinul's electric band Weather Report gathered momentum in the '70s, Atlantic put together a single-LP anthology of Zawinul's earlier two albums for Atlantic and one for Vortex. The irony, of course, is that the Zawinul of most of these tracks basically did not exist as of 1976, nor has this compulsively forward-looking musician returned to his acoustic jazz roots since. Fully half of the tracks - the Tatumesque solo number, "My One and Only Love," the straight-ahead "Riverbed," and trio numbers "Del Sasser" and "Sharon's Waltz" (with Cannonball Adderley's rhythm section, Sam Jones and Louis Hayes) come from the Money in the Pocket album. "From Vienna with Love" and "Concerto Retitled" (both from The Rise and Fall of the Third Stream) are backed by William Fischer's brooding neo-classical arrangements for cello and three violas. From these relatively conventional pursuits, it is a jolt to hear two hauntingly spiritual tracks - the electronically slowed-down "His Most Journey" and "In a Silent Way - " from the Zawinul album, the prelude to Weather Report. Though all of this stuff is out on CD in complete form, this is still useful as a quick trip through Zawinul's extraordinary changes over a short span of time.
© Richard S. Ginell /TiVo

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