Gato Barbieri "Under Fire"

Gato Barbieri "Under Fire"

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Gato Barbieri
Under Fire
Flying Dutchman/King Records (Japan) 1975
LAX 3051 (LP) w/insert.
sleeve : EX-(light color-faded.)
media : NM-/NM-(some very slightly surface noises, still fine.)

Argentinean tenor saxophonist Gato Barbieri, who made his debut in the '60s, released his first album in 1973, featuring John Abercrombie (g), Stanley Clarke (b), Airto Moreira (ds), Lonnie Liston Smith (el-p) and others. This album is a spiritual ethno-jazz full of Afro-Latin feeling, with A1/B1, which are amazingly slow and rising like a tornado, and B2, which is wonderful with Lonnie Liston Smith's electric piano swaying behind Barbieri's passionate sax. The album is a masterpiece with no discarded tracks.

B1: El Parana
B2: El Sertao

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