The Sound of Feeling and The Sound of Oliver Nelson
Leonard Feather presents The Sound of Feeling and The Sound of Oliver Nelson
Verve (US) 1966
sleeve : EX-(slightly wear on corner, light color-faded.) media : EX+/EX+(some slightly surface noises, still good.)
The Sound of Feeling, a group consisting of singer/arranger Gary David and twin sisters Alyce and Rhae Andrece, released this album in 1966, featuring jazz reed player Oliver Nelson, as part of a project by Leonard Feather, a long-time composer and jazz pianist from the 40s. The first side of the album features The Sound of Feeling in a groovy and free jazz arrangement of classic tunes such as "My Favorite Things" and "Who Knows What Love Is? The B-side features performances by Leonard Feather and the Encyclopedia of Jazz All Stars. The highlight being A3/A4/A5, which features Oliver Nelson's arrangements and some of his best musicians.A3: Who Knows What Love Is?
A5: Circe Revisited