Ten Strings - Ron Carter - Uptown Conversation (CD, Album)

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  1. Meztinos Reply
    Uptown Conversation is the second album led by the jazz double bass player Ron Carter, recorded in and first released on the Embryo chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co: Jazz.
  2. Zulunos Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Uptown Conversation on Discogs/5(34).
  3. Kazragul Reply
    Ron Carter's Uptown Conversation may very well be the most intriguing, challenging, and resonant statement of many he has made over the years as a leader. As a prelude to his funkier electric efforts for CTI and the wonderful dates for Milestone Records, where he emphasized the piccolo bass, these selections showcase Carter with unlikely partners in early creative improvised settings, a hint 9/
  4. Tulkree Reply
    Ron Carter was and is one of the greatest acoustic bass players who ever played the instrument. When this album debuted in late , it was a lean and quiet departure from the intense, electrified, visions of the likes of Miles Davis, John McLaughlin and others that were gaining currency at the end of the '60's.3/5(5).
  5. Tojazilkree Reply
    Tracklist 01 - Uptown Conversation 02 - Ten Strings 03 - Half a Row 04 - R.J. 05 - Little Waltz 06 - Einbahnstrasse 07 - Doom 08 - Einbahnstrasse alt. 09 - Doom alt. personnel: Ron Carter - Bass, Bass Fender Billy Cobham - Drums Grady Tate - Drums Hubert Laws - Flute Sam Brown - Guitar.
  6. Gozil Reply
    One of Ron Carter's finest sets as a leader, Uptown Conversation kicks off with the breezily funky title tune before offering up different sides of Carter and his crew (which includes Herbie Hancock, Hubert Laws, Grady Tate and Billy Cobham). "Little Waltz" is just lovely, "Einbahnstrasse" is a post-bop jam session, and "Ten Strings" is a rare solo bass turn by Carter.
  7. Dazilkree Reply
    Uptown Conversation, an Album by Ron Carter. Released in on Embryo (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz, Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Ron Carter (double bass, electric bass, composer), Herbie Hancock (piano, electric piano), Herbie Mann (producer), David Greene (recording engineer), Haig Adishian (design), Chuck Stewart (photography).
  8. Arazil Reply
    Ten Strings Bass – Ron Carter Guitar – Sam Brown (2) 3: Half A Row Bass – Ron Carter Drums – William E. Cobham, Jr.* Piano – Herbie Hancock: 4: R.J. Bass – Ron Carter Drums – Grady Tate Flute – Hubert Laws Piano – Herbie Hancock: 5: Little Waltz Bass – Ron Carter Drums – Grady Tate Flute – Hubert Laws.

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