Monday, 13 August 2012

Caroline Peyton

Caroline Peyton : Intuition
Bar-B-Q from 1977.

A mellow break from the spiritual power jazz of recent times. Sometimes we need to step back from the wail of the tenor, the thundering bass, the frenzied conga and the crash of the cymbal. Presented here are 3 choice tracks for the discerning set. Yes, the Peterson cut "Just as We" is there, but you need to dim the lights, take a glass of Sancerre, relax and dip a toe into the Mitchell-esque "Try to be True". The soft baleful soul of "Brister" completes the trio.

Highly recommended.


13 comments:

katonah said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?ppeg51sbqsem68y

swamielmo said...

very nice indeed. thank you

Feq'wah said...

Highly recommended, yes, do believe that.
This reminds me i need to buy a copy of this...

Thanks.

the jazzstronaut said...

Just catching up with this, cheers Katonah.

g.raf said...

Thanks Katonah.
Into this.

Amacord said...

i dig, thx man .)

Theresa said...
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Theresa said...

Katonah,
No email for you, so will tell you here. Years ago you wrote about Gary Marks 1st album Gathering. His 2nd album, "Upon Oanda's Wing" has just been re-released in Japan. Thought you might want to check it out, perhaps review it. Art Lande played piano on it, along with Bill Douglass on bass and flute, and Kurt Wortman on drums. http://www.amazon.co.jp/Upon-Oandas-Wing-Gary-Marks/dp/B008HBOVN6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1344554488&sr=8-1
The other option is to go to his website: and click on anthology 1 to hear 6 of the songs (with lyrics)
http://garymarksmusic.com/

Winb said...

Oh yes Katonah, definitely got me smiling and lost in a world of utopia as always. Top stuff!

Winb said...

Oh yes Katonah, definitely got me smiling and lost in a world of utopia as always. Top stuff!

katonah said...

Thanks for all the comments people, try to be true my favourite.

Man, it's hot today ...

EdEddEddie said...

Dope blog, man. I started posting some Lightmen Plus One too.

http://anismtohornsandbeats.blogspot.com/2012_04_01_archive.html

Alphonse Ellington said...

Good stuff!