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Pete La Roca - Turkish Women At The Bath Album
Pete La Roca - Turkish Women At The Bath Album
Performer: Pete La Roca
Title: Turkish Women At The Bath
Label: Douglas
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Post Bop, Modal
Cat: SD 782
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2045 mb | MP3 size: 2061 mb | WMA size: 1352 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Bliss4:53
2Sin Street7:00
3Dancing Girls5:50
4Turkish Women At The Bath5:14
5And So1:21
6Love Planet5:28
7And So1:45
8Marjoun3:34

Credits

  • BassWalter Booker
  • Liner NotesGunther Weil
  • Painting [Cover]Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
  • Percussion, Arranged By [Arrangements], Written-ByPete La Roca
  • PianoChick Corea
  • Recorded By [Sound]Richard Alderson
  • SaxophoneJohn Gilmore

Notes

Recorded in New York, May 25, 1967.

Barcodes

  • Other (Side A label): U5RS-1663
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A handwritten): U5RM-1663-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped, crossed-out): U5RM 1662 A
  • Other (Side B label): U5RS-1664
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B handwritten): U5RM-1664-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped, crossed-out): U5RM 1662 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): Bell Sound

Companies

  • Distributed By – Laurie Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Impact Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios

Album

Turkish Women at the Bath - Pete La Roca. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Turkish Women at the Bath is an album by drummer Pete La Roca which features saxophonist John Gilmore and pianist Chick Corea. It was recorded in 1967 and was originally released on the Douglas label. The album was rereleased in 1973 on Muse Records under Corea's name as Bliss, but was withdrawn after legal action by La Roca. But of. Turkish Women At The Bath, included on the album Turkish Women At The Bath by Pete LaRoca Sims John Gilmore ts, Chick Corea p, Walter Booker b. Listen album. Pete La Roca. Songs in album Pete La Roca - Turkish Women At The Bath 1967. Pete La Roca - Turkish Women At The Bath. Pete La Roca - Dancing Girls. Pete La Roca - Love Planet. Pete La Roca - Marjoun. Pete La Roca - Bliss. Pete La Roca - Sin Street. Pete La Roca - And So. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 1967 7 Songs. Jazz 1967. Turkish Women at the Bath. The Dancing Girl. He adopted the name La Roca early in his musical career when he was a timbales player in LatiPete La Roca born Peter Sims April 7, 1938 November 20, 2012 was an American jazz drummer. He adopted the name La Roca early in his musical career when he was a timbales player in Lati read more. Pete La Roca born Peter Sims April 7, 1938 November 20, 2012 was an American jazz drummer. He adopted the name La Roca early in his musical career when he was a timbales player in Latin bands. Pete La Roca was born in New York Cit read more. Completa la tua Collezione su Pete La Roca. Pete La Roca - Love Planet 1967 5:43. Marjoun by Pete La Roca 3:40. Pete La Roca - Bliss 5:02. Sin Street by Pete La Roca Sims from album : Turkish Women At The Bath 5:46. And So 1:29. Liste Aggiungi alla Lista. Drummer Pete La Roca made only three albums as a leader during his heyday in the 1960's and now this long forgotten session is available once again. Although best known for his Blue Note debut Basra in 1965, La Roca recorded two albums for Douglas Recordings in 1967, the previously released Bliss and this obscure date. This session is a fascinating slice of late-60's modally influenced jazz featuring an especially welcome solo spot from John Gilmore, who was rarely able to record outside of Sun Ra's grasp. Cela faisait des mois et des années que je voulais chroniquer Turkish Women At The Bath sans jamais y parvenir. This album has a strange history. As Joel Dorn reminds us in the liner notes, it was originally produced by Alan Douglas in 1967 with the current title. The quartet is led by drummer Pete LaRoca, and features the talents of pianist Chick Corea, bassist Walter Booker, and tenor saxophonist John Gilmore. However, the album was later sold to Muse Records, who subsequently released it with a different title, Bliss MR-5011, listing Chick Corea as the leader. Pete took umbrage, sued Muse and won, Dorn writes