Label: We Release Jazz / We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want
Genre: Jazz / Avant Garde
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180g vinyl, mastered at half speed, heavy cardboard old Stoughton tip-on sleeve, obi, sticker, liner notes - First ever reissue of important Swiss jazz album Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion by Stuff Combe available on 180g vinyl mastered at half speed, with liner notes by Alain Morisod. - For fans of jazz, soul jazz, funk, sci-fi, bossa nova, spaced out sounds, jazz ensembles, collective wizardry, deep solos, Swiss magic, Francy Boland, Benny Bailey, Geneva Tracklisting A1 Space Trip A2 Boss Turquoise B1 Eastern Blue B2 St-Thomas Info We Release Jazz is very happy to present its fourth release (following Ryo Fukui’s Scenery and Mellow Dream and Le Cercle Rouge’s soundtrack by Eric Demarsan), the official reissue of 1974’s Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion, a hard to find soul jazz jewel from a cast of illustrious jazzmen led by glorious Swiss drummer Stuff Combe. The limited edition 180g vinyl LP is mastered at half speed, cut at Emil Berliner Studios, housed in a black and silver Stoughton tip-on sleeve, and comes with liner notes. Recorded in Geneva, Stuff Combe 5 + Percussion finds Stuff Combe conducting an all-star ensemble consisting of Bob Jacquillard on bass, Francy Boland (The Chet Baker Quintet, arranger for Count Basie, Benny Goodman and the list goes on) on piano and electric piano, bebop and hard-bop legend Benny Bailey on trumpet, and Tony D’Adario on saxophone. The sessions ooze with funk, spaced out sounds, breathtaking solos, and moments of absolute collective wizardry. It’s soul jazz at its best with sci-fi and bossa excursions! Born in Bern in 1924, Etienne Stephen Jean Gustave “Stuff” Combe had a wonderfully prolific career, playing all over Europe and the US and working with Buck Clayton, Bill Coleman, Stan Getz, Kenny Clarke, Oscar Pettiford , Art Taylor, Dizzy Reece, and Lucky Thompson just to name a few. He passed away in 1986, leaving behind a legacy that cemented him as one of the most important musicians.