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Bolivia is a live album by Argentinian jazz composer and saxophonist Gato Barbieri featuring performances recorded in New York in 1973 and first released on the Flying Dutchman label. In Creem magazine, Robert Christgau gave Bolivia an "A-" and said he liked it slightly better than Barbieri's other 1973 album Chapter One: Latin America "because I prefer Lonnie Liston Smith and Barbieri's other Afro-American sidemen to his less disciplined all-South American band
Utilizing the talents of musicians as diverse as guitarist John Abercrombie, pianist Lonnie Liston Smith, drummer and percussionists Airto Moreira, M'tume, Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, Gene Golden, and Moulay Ali Hafid, as well as bassists Stanley and . Barbieri's musical reach is everywhere here
Bolivia is a live album by Argentinian jazz composer and saxophonist Gato Barbieri featuring performances recorded in New York in 1973, Personnel: Gato Barbieri - tenor saxophone, flute, vocals Lonnie Liston Smith - piano, electric piano John Abercrombie - guitar, electric guitar Jean-François Jenny-Clark - bass Stanley Clarke - electric bass Bernard Purdie - drums Airto Moreira, Gene Golden, James Mtume, Moulay "Ali" Hafid - percussion.
Not only is Lonnie Liston Smith on all tracks, we are also treated to Stanley Clarke on bass and Airto Moreira on percussion and drums, plus appearances by John Ambercrombie, Bernard Purdie and James M'tume. That disc totals 73 minutes, while this single album version is only 35 minutes.
Not to be confused with Lonnie Smith (jazz musician). Having already guested on Gato Barbieri's 1969 album The Third World (Philips, 1969), Smith joined Barbieri's band from 1971 to 1973. Barbieri had by then begun to temper his free jazz excursions of the 1960s with softer Afro-Cuban and South American textures in his music, which would influence Smith's playing into new directions in the following years. Smith played on a number of albums marking this transition, Fenix (Philips, 1971), the live album El Pampero (Flying Dutchman, 1972), Bolivia (Flying Dutchman, 1973) and Under Fire (Flying Dutchman, 1973). One further recording,.
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percussion – Lonnie Liston Smith Soprano saxaphone, Flute, Percussion – George Barron Vocals, Piano, Flute – Donald Smith. You will have to escuse me if I don’t give this album the presentation and descrption it really deserves. I have wanted to post about here for a long, long time. Gato Barbieri Bolivia 1973 on Flying Dutchman Records (FD-10158) This pressing 2001, BMG France. Produced by Bob Thiele.
Bolivia (Gato Barbieri album). In Creem magazine, Robert Christgau gave Bolivia an "A-" and said he liked it slightly better than Barbieri's other 1973 album Chapter One: Latin America "because I prefer Lonnie Liston Smith and Barbieri's other Afro-American sidemen to his less disciplined all-South American band. adept, and groundbreaking recording, which offered Barbieri a chance to come in from the avant-garde before heading back to the fringes with the Latin America series.
Piano, Electric Piano – Lonnie Liston Smith. Producer – Bob Thiele. Reissue Producer – Daniel Baumgarten. Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Vocals – Gato Barbieri. Recorded live in New York City in 1973. Bolivia (LP, Album, RE, Gat). RCA, Flying Dutchman.