Friday, March 8, 2013
SACD of the Month - "Freddie Hubbard: Red Clay"
Freddie Hubbard: "Red Clay" (CTI/ORG)
Produced by Creed Taylor
Engineered by Rudy Van Gelder
Featuring: Herbie Hancock (Fender Rhodes & Hammond organ), Ron Carter (electric bass), Lenny White (drums) & Joe Henderson (tenor sax & flute)
Recorded January 27, 28 & 29, 1970, at Van Gelder Studios (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey)
Cover photo by Price Givens
Album design by Tony Lane
"Red Clay" is a jazz classic. Period. And now it becomes the second CTI album to be released on SACD (Hybrid issue, that plays on SACD and CD players, like had happened with the first CTI title on this format, Jim Hall's "Concierto," that came out on Mobile Fidelity in 2003.)
Includes four great tunes composed by Hubbard: Besides the title track, which became a contemporary jazz standard, includes three other great compositions by Hubbard: "Delphia" (a gorgeous ballad dedicated to his mother, with Herbie moving to organ and Henderson playing flute), "Suite Sioux" and the explosive hard-bop "The Intrepid Fox."
For more details and to order (because it's a limited issue and soon will be sold-out...), please check: