Paul Desmond records ‘From the Hot Afternoon’ produced By Creed Taylor for A&M/CTI (1969)

Paul Desmond’s ‘From the Hot Afternoon’ is an album recorded on June 24–25 & August 13–14, 1969 and released the same year by A&M/CTI

Track Listing : 1.October (Outubro) – (Fernando Brant, Milton Nascimento) – 03:00 . 2.Round N’ Round (Gira Girou) (Milton Nascimento) – 04:32 . 3.Faithful Brother (Irmão De Fé) (Milton Nascimento) – 03:09 . 4.To Say Goodbye (Edu Lobo) – 04:01 . 5.From The Hot Afternoon (Milton Nascimento) – 03:31 . 6.Circles (Edu Lobo) – 03:46 . 7.Martha & Romao (Edu Lobo) – 03:05 . 8.Catavento (Milton Nascimento) – 02:46 . 9.Canto Latino (Latin Chant) (Milton Nascimento) – 04:25 . 10.Crystal Illusions (Johnny Guarnieri, Lani Hall, Edu Lobo) – 04:41


Pete Turner

Musicians : Paul Desmond – Alto Saxophone . Wanda De Sah – Vocal . Edu Lobo – Guitar, Vocal . Dorio Ferreira – Guitar . Ron Carter – Bass . Airto Moreira – Drums, Percussion . Marky Markowitz – Trumpet, Flugelhorn . Marvin Stamm – Trumpet, Flugelhorn . Paul Faulise – Bass Trombone . James Buffington – French Horn . Phil Bodner – Saxophone, Clarinet, Oboe . George Marge – Saxophone, Clarinet, Oboe . Don Hammond – Flute, Alto Flute . Hubert Laws – Flute, Alto Flute . Stan Webb, Jr. – Flute, Alto Flute, Percussion . Pat Rebillot – Electric Piano, Keyboards . Jack Jennings – Percussion . Lewis Eley – Violin . Paul Gershmman – Violin . George Ockner – Violin . Eugene Orloff – Violin . Raoul Poliakin – Violin . Max Pollikoff – Violin . Matthew Raimondi – Violin . Sylvan Shulman – Violin . Avram Weiss – Violin . Charles Mccracken – Cello . George Ricci – Cello . Margaret Ross – Harp

Production : Produced By Creed Taylor . Don Sebesky . Rudy Van Gelder – Engineer

Arrangements : Don Sebesky

Package : Sam Antupit – Cover Design . Pete Turner asterisques RVM – Photography

Recorded On June 24–25 & August 13–14, 1969 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs.

Released In 1969 By A&M/CTI.

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Don Mather @ musicweb-international
When I first heard him in 1954, I was unsure about this sound of his, I was brought up on Charlie Parker and it all seemed a bit insipid to me. After a lot more listening to his work with Dave Brubeck, I began to realise that in his own way, what Desmond had to say was as valid as Parker, in any case it had the same roots. […]

Innto The Rhythm
The swirling ’70s orchestation suits the song very well, the edgy chord shifts provide Paul with a challenging backdrop for his solos; this is probably my favourite version. […]

ngiol @ RateYourMusic
Great cool jazz. Aristocratic and distinguished, it’s an album with a light aura, an air blow widespread, a conical depth. From Rio to New York, across bossa nova and post-bop, until the end of over-elaborate things. Elegant. […]

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