Category Archives: Blues Rock

9 Comments on " Nicas Dream - The Mastersounds - The Mastersounds Play Compositions By Horace Silver (Vinyl, Album) "

  • Silver turntable weights with black laster engraved MasterSounds logo. pairs available, hand stamped and numbered box and tag Audio accessories for the vinyl enthusiast Products and collaborations are manufactured in the UK to a premium quality, with skill, care and attention to detail.
  • The following year he formed the Mastersounds in Seattle with his older brother Monk Montgomery. They enjoyed a three-year run with the group before disbanding in Buddy subsequently worked with tenor sax great Johnny Griffin in before releasing his debut as a leader in , Two-Sided Album on Milestone. In , he relocated to.
  • Remembering The Mastersounds Due to some requests from researchers I am re-posting this feature, one of the blog's earliest. Despite the difficulty in navigating the Blogger platform to "leave a comment," it has garnered over a dozen comments over the years.
  • The first, Play Horace Silver was considered one of their best efforts on record. It takes notable talent to play Silver s compositions and, while respecting the qualities that tie Silver's works so closely to the central core of jazz, to put a distinctively personal brand on them as The Mastersounds managed to do/5(3).
  • "'The Mastersounds Play' is a double-CD with three albums worth of material: Play Horace Silver, Ballads & Blues and In Concert. Dating from , these sets feature vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery and electric bassist Monk Montgomery (Wes' brothers) in a popular quartet with pianist Richie Crabtree and drummer Benny Barth.
  • Jun 17,  · The Mastersounds - Buddy Montgomery, vibes, Richie Crabtree, piano, Monk Montgomery, bass, Benny Barth, drums - performing Horace Silver's original composition "Ecaroh.".
  • Super-hip stuff from Horace – the third part of his United States Of Mind series, and a great electric-tinged set that features vocals by Andy and Salome Bey! The tracks are slightly funky, very soulful, and a real departure from Horace stock 60s Blue Note riffs. Harold Vick plays tenor, Cecil Bridgewater plays trumpet, and Horace plays electric piano – which sounds great behind the vocals.
  • The Mastersounds (Buddy Montgomery on vibes, electric bassist Monk Montgomery, pianist Richard Crabtree and drummer Benny Barth) explore six Horace Silver tunes on this obscure but worthy LP. They were at the height of their success at the time (the quartet would break up in ) and sound in fine form on "Nica's Dream," "Doodlin'" and four lesser-known Silver songs.9/
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The New Mastersounds - The New Mastersounds on AllMusic -