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Various - A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstream Records 1970-1973 Album

Various - A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstream Records 1970-1973 Album
Title:
A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstream Records 1970-1973
Performer:
Various
Released:
2010
Catalog:
CDBGPD 215
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1942 mb
FLAC album size:
1012 mb
Genre:
Label:
BGP Records

Tracklist


1Roy HaynesSenyah5:38
2Charles McPhersonCharisma3:15
3Frank FosterThe Loud Minority12:47
4Johnny ColesPetits Machins3:39
5Blue MitchellMi Hermano5:21
6Hadley CalimanWatercress3:46
7Michael LongoMatrix6:04
8Buddy TerryKamili7:09
9Harold LandOde To Angela6:16
10Frank FosterE. W. Beautiful People8:48
11Harold LandUp And Down5:52
12Hadley CalimanLittle One4:42


Credits


  • Compiled By, Liner NotesDean Rudland
  • DesignJaffa
  • Mastered ByNick Robbins


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Printed): 0 29667 52152 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 029667521529
  • Label Code: LC 05502
  • Rights Society: mcps
  • Matrix / Runout: CDBGPD215 [Sound Performance logo and phone number]
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code (Outer ring): IFPI 04BB
  • Mould SID Code (Inner ring): IFPI 0439


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – BGP Records
  • Marketed By – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Sound Mastering Ltd
  • Designed At – the-unknown.co.uk
  • Made By – Sound Performance


Album


By the early 1970s, however, it was focused almost solely on jazz, as according to the liner notes of this compilation Mainstream mainman Bob Shad had become tired of the amount of money needed to break rock acts. Subtitled Deep Spiritual Jazz from Mainstream Records 1970-1973, A Loud Minority has 75 minutes of jazz that the label issued during the period. The title track, Frank Foster's 'The Loud Minority', sets the tone with forward-thinking Jazz sounds and a political message. There are also similar lines of musicianship from Harold Land and Roy Haynes. There is fantastic playing from Hadley Caliman, Buddy Terry and Charles McPherson and a rare date as a leader from the excellent Johnny Coles. As noted on the cover, this material covers the years 1970 to 1973, a time, says the liner notes, when jazz was in a state of change and economic decline. But that didn't stop Shad and his label from going against the commercial grain and releasing mostly acoustic jazz music that was otherwise underrepresented on other labels. These aren't criticisms, as the music is well done, but it's only fair to note that it's not always as cutting edge or daring as one might expect. Read full description. See details and exclusions - BGP Beat Goes Public - Loud Minority: Deep Spiritual Jazz from Mainstream R. Qty . Download Now. saveSave A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstr. For Later. 00 upvotes00 downvotes. A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstream Records. Uploaded by. Frank Foster - The Loud Minority Blue Mitchell - Mi Hermano Harold Land - Up & Down Hadley Caliman - Watercress Buddy Terry - Kamili Harold Land - Ode To Angela Roy Haynes - Senyah Charles McPherson - Charisma Mike Longo - Matrix Johnny Coles - Petits Machins Frank Foster - EW Beautiful People Hadley Caliman - Little One. Documents Similar To A Loud Minority - Deep Spiritual Jazz From Mainstream Records. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. The Loud Minority is an album by American saxophonist Frank Foster recorded in 1972 for the Mainstream label. a band that knows no bounds or limits, at its core a mighty modern jazz orchestra removed from Foster's work with the Count. 2010 collection, an in-depth look at the Bob Shad's legendary Mainstream label. Jazz in the '70s was in the depths of an economic recession, with clubs and record labels closing. See details. Format: unmixed CD Cat: CDBGPD 215 Released: 31 May 10 Genre: Jazz. e-mail me when available. Out of stock . Email me if this price drops. Side 1. Frank Foster - The Loud Minority. Blue Mitchell - Mi Hermano. Harold Land - Up & Down. Hadley Caliman - Watercress. In 1964 he set up Mainstream Records, originally as a jazz label, to indulge his first musical love and to capitalise on the money that could be made selling albums rather than singles. By 1966, after spotting the market in album-based rock, hed started to sign and release acid rock LPs on Mainstream, discovering the Janis Joplin-fronted Big Brother & The Holding Company and the Amboy Dukes, featuring the young Ted Nugent. The psychedelic rock will be released on Big Beat, while BGP will cover the rest, starting here with A Loud Minority , which focuses on the deep spiritual jazz recorded by the label in the early part of the 70s. See details - Various Artists - Loud Minority: Deep Spiritual Jazz from Mainstream UK. item 2 Various Artists-A Loud Minority CD NEW -Various Artists-A Loud Minority CD NEW. item 3 Various Artists-A Loud Minority CD NEW -Various Artists-A Loud Minority CD NEW. K-POP THE BOYZ 3rd Mini Album - Random Ver CDBookletSticker. Trending at C . Dub Store Records. Gay FeetDub Store Records. HeartbeatStudio One. Various Back To Funk LP. Stevie Wonder Someday At Christmas CD. Various Living In The Streets: Wah Wah Jazz. Funky Soul. And Other Dirty Grooves 2LP LP