Thursday, 9 June 2011

Joe Farrell - La Catedral Y El Toro (1977)

01.Catedral y el Toro, La
02.Promise Me Your Love
03.Disco Dust
04.Cyclone Rider
05.Is It Asking Too Much?
06.Imagine Me.

Joe Farrell (flute, oboe, saxophone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone)
Eric Gale , Jay Berliner (guitar)
Anthony Jackson (bass)
Julien Barber, Avram Weiss, George Duvivier, Joseph Malin, Alfred Brown , Sanford Allen, Regis Iandiorio, Charles Libove, David Nadien, Max Pollikoff, Alan Shulman, Selwart Clarke, Kermit Moore, Harry Cykman, Max Ellen, Joe Malin (strings)
Stanley Clarke (piccolo)
Tony Miranda, Brooks Tillotson, Tony Price, Dave Taylor, George Young , Tony Mirana, Alan Rubin, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, Ronnie Cuber, Victor Paz, Barry Rogers, James Buffington, David Taylor , Jim Buffington, Paul Faulise, Ray Alonge (horns)
Richard Tee (piano)
Kenneth Bichel (synthesizer)
Dave Grusin (mini-Moog synthesizer)
Chris Parker , Steve Gadd (drums)
Ralph MacDonald (congas, percussion)
Frank McDonald, Rubens Bassini (percussion).
Recording information: Rosebud Recording Inc., New York, NY.(1977)
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1 comment:

  1. It's quite true, this and Night Dancing are Farrell's weakest albums. Many good jazz artists made very bad crossover attempts. However, this one I still listen to, and it has a few more decent tracks, like the title track which catches fire (after a bit) and showcases Farrell's chops.
    Night Dancing I never listen to anymore.