Manhatten Reflections - Ahmad Jamal - Freeflight (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Impulse! - MCA-29043 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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Ahmad Jamal Trio Volume IV. Jamal at the Penthouse. The Awakening. Freeflight. Jamal Plays Jamal. I don't use Spotify so I don't know if it's on there, but there's a great compilation album called The Classic Recordings which contains most of his famous .
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Jamal on piano, Jamil Nasser on bass and Frank Gant on drums lay down an understated, seemingly effortless, classic performance. The finale, 11 1/2 minutes of "Poinciana", is the highlight (if you need one) and the singular reason to get this disc.5/5(1).
Jun 17, · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Freeflight - Ahmad Jamal on AllMusic - - This set from the Montreux Jazz Festival has.
Ahmad Jamal Impulse Impulse (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Brilliant work by Jamal – and one of his first albums to feature electric piano! The mode of the tracks is in that "stretching out" style he was using as the 60s came to a close – a bit inspired by McCoy Tyner, but more an exploration of the lyricism of his earlier work, set to the new.
Both albums presented here, Ahmad Jamal at the Top: Poinciana Revisited and Freeflight, offer excellent portraits of the great pianist in transition at the end of the '60s and beginning of the '70s. Both feature Jamal's great rhythm section of bassist Jamil Sulieman Nasser and drummer Frank donneybacandgatalhohudirburasi.coinfo: $
Freeflight is a concise and apt title for this spontaneous combustion of inspired improvisation; though the quality of the recording itself is a little shaky (particularly where the electric piano is concerned), the album contains a fantastic set captured at Montreux, four offerings of Jamal at his most exciting and dynamic. The taut rhythmic unit of bassist Jamil Sulieman and drummer Frank.