Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Been a bit busy this month, but here's a quickie. Those who enjoyed Coryell's Stravinsky albums (one example way back here) should like this. Here's his take on Ravel's Boléro and a couple of more explicitly Spanish tunes. Very short album this, and it has been on CD, paired with his album of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade (which I also own).
Not to be confused with another album Larry made entitled Boléro in 1984.
Philips, Japan, 1981. Cat # 30PJ-3
A1: Boléro (10.22) (Maurice Ravel)
B1: Noches En Los Jardines De España (9.54) (Manuel de Falla)
B2: Zapateado (3:18) (Pablo de Sarasate)
Larry Coryell: Guitar.
Recorded July 2, 1981 at CBS Studio, New York City
Engineers: Tim Geelan, Ted Brosnan and Harold Tarowsky.
Producer: Teo Macero
Vinyl Mastering: Kazuie Sugimoto
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