Rare Silk “New Weave”

Rare Silk “New Weave”

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Rare Silk
New Weave
Polydor (US) 1983
810 028-1 Y-1 (LP)
sleeve : EX+(very slightly collapse on one corner, still good.)
media : EX-/EX-(some light surface noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

The first album by the American chorus group Rare Silk, consisting of Todd Buffa, Gaile Gillaspie, Marylynn Gillaspie and Barbara Reeves, was released in 1983. Their second album, "American Eyes", was released two years later and featured some very unique material that went beyond a simple jazz chorus, but on this first album, while the focus was on swinging jazz and ballads, the group also tried their hand at lightly arranged crossover jazz and urban jazz funk. The choruses are very pleasant, even on straightforward jazz, making the whole album a pleasure to listen to.

A1: New York Afternoon
A2: Red Clay

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