Link original: Booker Pittman – Booker Pittman + Sax Soprano = Sucesso (1965)
Publicado em: Saturday, November 11, 2006 by zecalouro
Some reviewers says that Booker Pittman only got his fame and recognition due his collaboration with Brazilian Music in the 60’s. Well, I think that it was not easy to reach the spotlights in such a gold decade.
Two Booker Pittman releases are available at Loronix, the first, with his stepdaughter Eliana Pittman, News from Brazil – Bossa Nova (1963) and the second, the celebrated Jam Session, with Dick Farney. Now it is time to present Booker Pittman with a record of his own, Booker Pittman – Booker Pittman + Sax Soprano = Sucesso (1965) for Musidisc. Recorded in Brazil, this LP is produced by Nilo Sergio and probably has Brazilian musicians in the set. Unfortunately, personnel are not credited at the album, which is probably the last Booker record. Tracks include:
01 – Hello Dolly (J. Herman)
02 – Broadway (H. Woode / T. Me Era / B. Bird)
03 – What Is The Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
04 – Ain’t Misbehavin (Walter / Razaf / Brooks)
05 – Lonesome Roas (N. Shilkret / G. Austin)
06 – Taste Of Honey (B. Scott)
07 – Balling The Jack (C. Smith)
08 – Petite Fleur (S. Bechet)
09 – Nobody Knows The Troubles I’ve Seen (Tradicional)
10 – Stereo Blues
Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.