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Rhythm Within

4.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (March 28, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • ASIN: B0000046YO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,031 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Robert Middleton on February 8, 2000
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This (aside from several by Miles Davis), is my favorite album in a very large jazz collection. It never fails to entertain and reveal new delights. Pharoh Sanders playing better than on any of his solo albums, Herbie Hancock in fine form, lots of trombones, and those amazing conch shells! It's funky, it swings, it's upbeat, it's mellow (Kind of Blue with a conch shell solo). This album is way ahead of its time and will blow you away. Favorite song: "Morning" by Yusef Lateef. Haunting. If you don't enjoy this, you just don't like music. Other than that, I'm neutral.
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THis is a great album to start with with Steve Turre. He plays both the trombone and conch shells (yes, conch shells). The tracks have a very latin feel, and feature many guest artists including John Faddis.
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Like Robert Middleton, I have a large collection of jazz records and like him, I rate this one as one of my all time favourites. The 'Morning' and 'Rhythmn Within' tracks alone make it worth the money. Jon Faddis, Steve Turre and Herbie Hancock are all at their best here and that is pretty darn good!
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This is one of Steve Turre's best records, which means it is one of the best jazz records, period. Steve Turre IS the greatest living trombonist, period (think JJ and then evolve), and he's played with everybody (Jones/Lewis, Blakey, Hampton, Shaw, Gillespie, and the others mentioned herein). Speaking of greatest living, check out Herbie Hancock's piano solo on the first cut, Funky T.; it is mind blowing. The second cut, Morning, predominated by shells, yes, conch shells, is mysterious and really grooves (think Rashaan Roland Kirk). Since I Fell for You makes you feel like you've slipped back in time to a club in the City late at night (Ray Charles, maybe). The Rhythm Within is an intellectual masterpiece (JJ, again). On and on. The final groove, African Shuffle, will have you up and moving (think Manny Oquendo and Libre). Throughout, the playing of all the musicians is masterful. The lineup of musicians is astounding: Hancock, Faddis, Pharaoh Sanders, Robin Eubanks, etc. The arrangements have real integrity (I don't say this lightly) and the mixture of jazz, latin and african influences rings true. Buy this record. Listen to it a lot. Play it for your friends. You all will be impressed and uplifted. Wow. What a great record. If you don't know Steve Turre, check out the interview on the trombone.org website.
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