Saturday, June 26, 2010

Ray Bryant - Lonesome Traveler

Ray's choice of material again borrows from a wide musical palette and we are treated to fine performances of jazz originals, standard ballads, a folk tune and a recent Rock 'n Roll hit. The title tune, Lonesome Traveler, is a fitting follow-up to Gotta Travel On of the previous Cadet album. If someone can be lonesome and happy at the same time, then this condition must apply to Ray; because there's nothing lonesome sounding about the joyful groove he and his companions achieve on this track. It's a mover! - by E. Herbert (vervemusicgroup.com)

Artist: Ray Bryant
Album: Lonesome Traveler
Year: 1966
Label: Cadet (24-bit remastered)
Total time: 40:01

Tracks:
1.  Lonesome Traveler (Ray Bryant) 3:14
2.  'Round Midnight (Bernie Hanighen/Thelonious Monk/Cootie Williams) 6:07
3.  These Boots Were Made for Walkin' (Lee Hazlewood) 3:40
4.  Willow Weep for Me (Ann Ronell) 5:20
5.  The Blue Scimitar (Ray Bryant) 4:23
6.  Gettin' Loose (Ray Bryant) 3:44
7.  Wild Is the Wind (Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington) 4:36
8.  Cubano Chant (Ray Bryant) 4:12
9.  Brother This 'N' Sister That (Ray Bryant) 4:45

Personnel:
Ray Bryant (Piano)
Jimmy Rowser (Double Bass) - 2,4,5,7-9
Richard Davis (Double Bass) - 1,3,5
Freddie Wats (Drums)
Clark Terry (Flugelhorn)
Eugene 'Snookie' Young (Flugelhorn)

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