Herbie Mann - Monday night at the Village Gate download mp3 album
Herbie Mann at the Village Gate is a 1961 live album by jazz flutist Herbie Mann which was his third album for Atlantic Records, the main label for much of his career. The album was recorded at legendary club The Village Gate.
Herbie Mann at the Village Gate (1961). New Mann at Newport (1967). Memphis Underground (1969). Mississippi Gambler (1972). One of the earliest recordings of his playing is with Mitchells quintet on The Thing To Do. His first album as a leader was Tones for Joans Bones in 1966, two years before the release of his album Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, with Roy Haynes on drums and he made another sideman appearance with Stan Getz on 1967s Sweet Rain. From 1968 to 1971 Corea had associations with avant garde players, in September 1968 Corea replaced Herbie Hancock in the piano chair in Daviss band and appeared on landmark albums such as Filles de Kilimanjaro, In a Silent Way, and Bitches Brew
Monday Night at the Village Gate is a live album by American jazz flutist Herbie Mann recorded at The Village Gate in 1965 and released on the Atlantic label the following year. The album follows Mann's two previously released recordings from the venue five years earlier Herbie Mann at the Village Gate and Herbie Mann Returns to the Village Gate. An additional track from the concert was released on Standing Ovation at Newport.
Mann's music was still based on the Latin jazz that he had spent years exploring, but rather than the frenetic beats of Afro-Cuban music or samba, the rhythmic pulse of these five tracks is decidedly more laid-back. On the centerpiece eight-minute rendition of the gospel standard "Motherless Child," the vibe is straight-up soul jazz, complete with some bluesy comping by Corea and a long, mellow flute solo by Mann.
From the Album Monday Night At The Village Gate. Motherless Child (Live At The Village Gate-1966).
Herbie Mann's at the Village Gate – really wailing away in a set of extended numbers that not only set a whole new standard for live recording in jazz, but which also pushed forward the role of the flute in the music as well! There's a heck of a lot of soul in the grooves here – served up by a totally cooking rhythm section that includes basses from Ben Tucker and Ahmed Abdul-Malik, percussion from Chief Bey and Ray Mantilla, and drums from Rudy Collins – plus some especially great work on vibes from Haygood Hardy, sounding beautifully chromatic underneath Herbie's sharp-edged . .Vinyl can have some dirt, but nothing major. May not shine under light, but should still be pretty clean, and not too dirty. May have a number of marks (5 to 10 at most), and obvious signs of play, but never a big cluster of them, or any major mark that would be very deep.