Link original: Dick Farney Trio – Concerto de Jazz Ao Vivo (1973)
Publicado em: Friday, February 15, 2008 by zecalouro
JOAO-SP sent us this great Dick Farney album, a missing piece on Dick Farney discography at Loronix. Here we have Dick Farney as pianist, not as a singer, performing renditions of international standards. I could not identify where this recording session took place, but my best guess it was at Auditorio do Globo, since the photos are credited to O Globo, a newspaper based in Rio de Janeiro. By the way, it is unbelievable that all Dick Farney career albums are not available commercially. Let’s see.
This is Dick Farney Trio – Concerto de Jazz ao Vivo (1973), for London, featuring Dick Farney Trio performing live for the first time with a formation that brings two Jongo Trio musicians and also two active Dick Farney collaborators of many 70’s releases, Antonio Pinheiro Filho, also known as Toninho and Sebastiao Oliveira da Paz, the legendary Saba. If you are in the mood of listening a Jazz concert, featuring three great musicians performing a repertoire of standards with lots of improvisations, this is the album you were waiting for. Thanks once again JOAO-SP for this always surprising and never end set of albums you kindly sent to Loronix community. Tracks include:
DICK FARNEY TRIO
01 – Perdido (Tizo / Lengsfelder / Drake)
02 – Thank You (Dziekuje) (Dave Brubeck)
03 – When Lights Are Low (Carter / Williams)
04 – Cute (N. Hefti)
05 – The Shadow Of Your Smile (J. Mandel / Paul Francis Webster)
06 – These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) (Strachey / Link / Marvell)
07 – Someday My Prince Will Come (Churchill / Morey)
Esse disco pode ser buscado no Martoni.