funics

Cold Duck Time – Rusty Briant

In Cold Duck Time, Live, Media on October 20, 2008 at 9:09 pm

Une pépite….Rusty Bryant (1929-1991) was one of the funkier saxophonists of the late 1960s/early ’70s when electronic soul-jazz was at the height of its popularity. He was equally skilled on tenor and alto, also utilizing the Varitone sax on a couple of his albums during his peak years.

1970’s “Soul Liberation” reconvenes the players from Earland’s classic 1969 release “Black Talk!”, with Bryant taking over the tenor spot from “Black Talk!”‘s Houston Person. Earland does a superb job of building tension and driving dynamics into the mix. Teamed with Muhammad, he unleashes an irresistible juggernaut of jackhammering syncopation. Sparks, always a welcome presence, contributes his earthy yet sophisticated rhythm and bop.

(thanks to Dusty Nuggets)

Le canard est dans la boite! (the music box)

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