Kenny Barron

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Format: CD

Cat No: WNCD79417

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Release Date:  11 October 2010

Label:  Candid

Packaging Type:  Jewel Case

No of Units:  1

Barcode:  708857941728

Genres:  Jazz  

  • Description

    While on tour in Japan in 1982 the legendary Kenny Baron agreed to record his performance at the IMO House in Tokyo for the enigmatic Japanese businessman-turned-producer Masahiko Yuh. One of the later recordings Yuh collected for his Why Not label and one of the few recorded in his native Japan, this is an exceptional gimpse of Barron at the top of his game. Joined by the outstanding Buster Williams on bass and Ben Riley on drums the trio make thier way through Monk's 'Rhythm-a-ning', Churchill's 'Someday My Price Will Come' ad well as Barron's own 'And Then Again' and the latin twinged track (a forte of Barron's since his Gillespie days) 'Manha Do Carnaval (Black Orpheus).' Even this hour long example of Barron's skill is enough to blow away any listener

  • Tracklisting

    1. And Then Again (12:08)
    2. Manha Do Carnaval (Black Opheus)(14:20)
    3. Rhythm A Ning (14:17)
    4. Someday My Prince Will Come (13:43)