Swingin' (Arturo Sandoval album)

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Swingin'
Studio album by Arturo Sandoval
Released 1996
Length 71:19
Label GRP Records

Swingin' is a 1996 Arturo Sandoval jazz album.

The music is hard bop with no Latin rhythm. The album has been cited as "one of Arturo Sandoval's finest recordings,"[1] and a "nice addition to the Sandoval library", but classic Sandoval rather than attempting anything too innovative.[2] The line up features clarinetist Eddie Daniels, tenorist Ed Calle, trombonist DanaTeboe and guitarist Mike Stern.[3][4]

Tracklist[edit]

The tracklist is: Moontrane Swingin' Moment's Notice

Streets Of Desire

Real McBop

Weird-fun

Dizzy's Atmosphere

Reflection

Woody

It Never Gets Old

Mack The Knife

References[edit]

  1. ^ All Music Guide to Jazz: The Definitive Guide to Jazz Music ed. Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine 2002 "On this advanced hard bop date, the music is strictly straight-ahead without any Latin rhythms. .. Other highlights include the moody "Streets Of Desire" (on which Sandoval plays piano), the racehorse tempo of "Real McBop" (which has an impossible but impeccably played melody chorus) and Arturo's humorous use of the plunger mule on "It Never Gets Old." All in all, this is one of Arturo Sandoval's finest recordings to date.
  2. ^ Disk Quicks - CityPaper.net - Philadelphia City Paper "All in all, Swingin' is a nice addition to the Sandoval library, but don't expect to hear anything you haven't heard before. -Nate Chinen"
  3. ^ Jazz Times -1996 Volume 26 p 106 "Clarinetist Eddie Daniels is heard on "Swingin" and "Dizzy's Atmosphere ."This last tune and "Real McBop" ... Woody Shaw's "Moontrane" has a front line of Sandoval, tenorist Ed Calle, and trombonist DanaTeboe. Mike Stern's guitar on "Weird ...
  4. ^ Jazz Journal International 1996 - Volume 49 p36 "ARTURO SANDOVAL SWINGIN' Moontrane; Swingin' Moment's Notice; Streets Of Desire; Real McBop; Weird- fun; Dizzy's Atmosphere; Reflection; Woody; It Never Gets Old; Mack The Knife (71.19) Collective personnel: Arturo ..."