Herbie Mann Stone Flute (1970) [Jazz][mp3 192][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Herbie Mann Stone Flute (1970) [Jazz][mp3 192][h33t][schon55]

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Herbie Mann - Stone Flute
Date: 1970
Label: Wounded Bird
Bitrate: 192 kbps

The 1970 record buyer who came across Stone Flute expecting a typical Herbie Mann album in the Memphis Underground vein was in for a big surprise. Instead of funk, there was moodiness. Instead of a groove, there were violins, viola and cello. The feeling was one of floating in space, with the flute sailing freely over the William Fischer arrangements, like a Miles Davis trumpet solo of this, the Bitches Brew era. This is a totally atypical Herbie Mann recording, but one which rewards repeated listening. ~ Jim Newsom

A startlingly original departure from the trademark soul-jazz sound of Herbie Mann, this spacious and atmospheric 1970 recording flows within the vein of Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew-era explorations. Throughout the record, Mann’s flute floats in and out over sparse string arrangements, a light and airy gust of psychedelic bliss. The album opens with the exotic Eastern sounds of “In Tangier,” arranged with unmistakable references to the original version recorded by 60s pop-icon Donovan on Hurdy Gurdy Man. Violins, viola and cello are all used to create a feeling of sailing through the celestial ether in a stoned state of mind.

The second track is a rare cover of “Flying,” the spaced-out Beatles instrumental from The Magical Mystery Tour, which Mann manages to recreate with an even more hallucinatory vibe. “Miss Free Spirit” is a strongly avant-garde affair, held together by Miroslav Vitous ( soon to join Weather Report ), who keeps things grooving along with just the right amount of restraint. Vibraphonist Roy Ayers showcases his bold imagination and technical prowess as a forward-thinking jazz player, a talent that would soon be suppressed as his commercial funk persona took over in the 70s. A major highlight is guitarist Sonny Sharrock’s solo on “Miss Free Spirit,” which makes a strong case for why Miles Davis recruited him to play ( albeit uncredited ) later that year on the epic Jack Johnson soundtrack.

This is a totally unique Herbie Mann record, a must for fans of late 60s and early 70s fusion experiments of the highest caliber. ~ John Ballon

Herbie Mann - Flute
Sonny Sharrock - Guitar
Roy Ayers - Vibes
Ron Carter - Bass
Miroslav Vitous - Bass
Bruno Carr - Drums
Mickey Rocca - Drums
Gene Orloff - Violin
Manny Green - Violin
Peter Dimitriades - Violin
Selwart Clarke - Viola
Al Brown - Viola
Kermit Moore - Cello
George Ricci - Cello

Herbie Mann - Stone Flute Tracks:
01 In Tangier / Paradise Beach (10:36)
02 Flying (4:59)
03 Don’t You Know The Way (How I Feel About You) (5:22)
04 Miss Free Spirit (12:41)
05 Pendulum (2:36)

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