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Name:Charlie Byrd Byrds Word! [Jazz][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

Total Size: 94.98 MB

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 Charlie Byrd - Byrd's Word! Info.txt

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 09 - Don't Explain.mp3

7.99 MB

 10 - Buck's Hill.mp3

10.55 MB

 08 - Stompin' At The Savoy.mp3

7.81 MB

 06 - Conversation Piece.mp3

8.16 MB

 07 - What's New.mp3

9.75 MB

 04 - Satin Doll.mp3

10.79 MB

 05 - Tri-X.mp3

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 03 - Bobby In Bassoonville.mp3

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 02 - Blue Turning Grey Over You.mp3

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 01 - Byrd's Word.mp3

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Charlie Byrd - Byrd's Word!
Year: 1958 ( Riverside )
Label: OJC ( 2000 )
Total time: 41:25
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Byrd's Word! is an early Charlie Byrd recording that finds the guitarist in a variety of settings. The idea seems to be showcasing Byrd with a number of friends, including valve trombonist Bobby Felder, tenor saxophonist Buck Hill, and pianist Tee Carson. Though there are really no bad cuts on the album, the content is so diverse -- acoustic trios, electric guitar with brass, and acoustic guitar with vocals -- that the album doesn't flow as a whole. "Byrd's Word" opens the album, with a big brassy sound, complete with Byrd cutting loose on electric guitar. On this cut, and even more so on "Bobby in Bassoonville," his electric guitar sounds derivative of Charlie Christian or Herb Ellis. The best material finds an acoustic Byrd already in his small combo niche, as on "Satin Doll," with bassist Keter Betts and drummer Eddlie Phyfe. On "Conversation Piece," Byrd and Betts perform an intimate, bluesy instrumental with lots of interplay. Two quiet cuts, "Blue Turning Grey Over You" and "Don't Explain," feature Ginny Byrd on vocals. These quiet songs, with her airy, pleasant vocals, backed only by Byrd's guitar, make for great listening. The variety of material and styles gives the impression that Byrd was experimenting, but even so, his experimentation was conservative. His electric playing looks back toward swing while his acoustic playing leans toward quieter ballads. The issue then is less about style than approach: To plug in or to not plug in, that is the question. Byrd's Word! may not be a great album, but it is certainly a good place to get a look at Byrd's early development. ~ Ronnie Lankford, Jr., AMG

Personnel:
Charlie Byrd ( Guitar )
Bobby Felder ( Trombone ) - 1,3,5,7,10
Keter Betts ( Double Bass and Cello ) - 1,3-8,10
Buck Hill ( Tenor Saxophone ) - 1,5,7,10
Tee Carson ( Piano ) - 1,3,5,7,10
Bertell Knox ( Drums ) - 1,3,5,7,10
Eddie Phyfe ( Drums ) - 4,8
Kenneth Pasmanick ( Bassoon ) - 3
Ginny Byrd ( Vocals ) - 2

Charlie Byrd - Byrd's Word! Tracks:
01 Byrd's Word ( Bob Felder ) 5:31
02 Blue Turning Grey Over You ( Andy Razaf/Fats Waller ) 2:55
03 Bobby In Bassoonville ( Bob Felder ) 4:27
04 Satin Doll ( Duke Ellington/Johnny Mercer/Billy Strayhorn ) 4:43
05 Tri-X ( Bob Felder ) 4:32
06 Conversation Piece ( Keter Betts/Charlie Byrd ) 3:33
07 What's New ( Johnny Burke/Bob Haggart ) 4:15
08 Stompin' At The Savoy ( Benny Goodman/Andy Razaf/Edgar Sampson/Chick Webb ) 3:24
09 Don't Explain ( Arthur Herzog Jr ) 3:29
10 Buck's Hill ( Bob Felder ) 4:36

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