2 December 2013

BOBBY FEW ‎– CONTINENTAL JAZZ EXPRESS (VOGUE, 1979)







A1. Continental Jazz Express
A2. Feeling So Alone

B1. Beautiful Africa
B2. The Spleeping Clock
B3. Everybody Has The Right To Be Free



Bobby Few, piano


Recorded March 12, 1979 in Studio Sidney Bechet.

Vogue ‎– JT. 2605

Vinyl Rip


16 comments:

Nick said...
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wightdj said...

Cool, thanks.

kinabalu said...

Thanks. I have this, but don't mind a digital backup. The title track is a stunner!

Anonymous said...

Thanks (Again!) Nick!
When i hear a piece like Beautiful Africa, it reminds me how much Bobby Few's piano playing resembles (a much more restrained) Don Pullen, imo.
But even more importantly, i'm consistently amazed at the high quality of your vinyl transfers you generously share with us! --dandor

Anonymous said...

terrific! thanks a million, Nick!

Igor

hideo said...

i have far too Few from this great artist :)

Dr. Puck said...

Very much appreciated

Anonymous said...

I still have this as a good saved Vinyl.
For a good price I would sell it.
leave a message,please.

Wallofsound said...

Ta

Chris said...

Thanks Nick for more of Few

sikes said...

Hi Nick, could you please re-up this, thanks so much

tempa said...

Hi Nick

yes I'm agree could you re-up, Bobby few's discography is so small!

Nick said...

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francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

Nod Y said...

Excellent request and excellent re-up. Thank you Nick.
For those who are interested in the more recent work of Bobby Few he have played a couple of years in the "undivided", a band lead by polish clarinetist Waclaw Zimpell. They have made two records, one in quartet and the second in quintet with the addition of Perry Robinson. Both have been published on the multi kulti label and I think are still available.

Solomon said...

Thank you!