[JPL] FW: Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording"Standards"?

jazzrockworld rick at jazzrockworld.com
Sat Oct 28 15:29:57 EDT 2006


This recording is indeed from an old session originally called:

"Jazz Straight Up" 
Vertical Jazz #5502-2
("Recorded direct to two-track with no mixing, editing, or overdubbing")
At Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood May 2000
C & P 2000 - Recording Arts SA/Vertical Jazz Records
Fine Tune, LLC
12 Burdick Dr.
Albany, NY 12205

It is quite excellent, with great liner notes.  

Per Cd Universe (Also selling the new Cd/DVD combo):

Stanley Clarke; Patrice Rushen; Ndugu Chancler. Recording information: Ocean
Way, Hollywood, California (2001). Originally released in 2001, this trio
session featuring the bassist Stanley Clarke performing jazz and pop
standards with the drummer Leon "Ndugu" Chancler and the pianist Patrice
Rushen was re-mastered and reissued in 2006 with two extra tracks, plus a
bonus 30-minute DVD containing interviews and four additional tracks.
Clarke's first performance on acoustic bass in over two decades, the set
features bop classics like "Now's the Time," and "Salt Peanuts," the
post-bop "Jeru," and a stately version of Dave Brubeck's "Take Five," as
well as jazzy standards like "Mack the Knife" and "Perdido." Clarke's nimble
playing skillfully underpins Rushen's confident soloing, while Chancler's
buoyant percussion frames and propels each piece.

(CD with DVD) This session was originally released on the short-lived
Vertical Jazz label. It has now been re-mastered for Kind of Blue Records
with 2 additional tracks. Released for the very first time is a 30 minute
bonus DVD of the recording sessions 

Rick Calic
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Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 9:11 PM
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Subject: Re: [JPL] FW: Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke
recording"Standards"? 

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Audiophile Imports is selling it this month as a feature. I can't believe on
this outlet they would be selling this against the artists wishes but it may
be out of the artists control. Anyone remember that Al Jarreau "1965"
release? I thought that his best record ever interestingly enough but he
never wanted it released.   
   
  Jae Sinnett

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My understanding is that Stanley's cd is being released without Stanley's,
Patrice's and Ndugu's permission.
-Dr.

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>To: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
>Subject: Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording "Standards"?
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>Speaking of new releases
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>Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording "Standards"?
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>The performances are incredibly breathtaking, on this cd.
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>I feel that it's one of his best efforts, arguably-ever.
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>He's plying in a trio with Patrice Rushen (who nearly steals the show) 
>and Leon Ndugu Chancler
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>I don't think that many people have heard it. Which I think is a 
>tragedy, because it was released on Kind of Blue Records, which is an 
>import label and its US distributor City Hall does not support radio.
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>So has anyone else heard it?
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>Cheers!
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>Derrick Lucas
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