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Gene Shaw - Carnival Sketches

Gene Shaw - Carnival Sketches
Performer: Gene Shaw
Title: Carnival Sketches
Country: Japan
Genre: Jazz / Latin
Released: 16 Sep 1999
Catalog number: MVCJ-19188
Label: Argo
MP3 album szie: 2060 mb
FLAC album size: 2841 mb


1Street Dance5:10
2Cha Bossa4:14
4Goin' Downtown5:16
5Goin' Back Home3:26
6Ain't That Soul5:31
7Days Of Wine And Roses
Written-By – Henry Mancini
8The Big Sunrise3:16
9Samba Nova3:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LP-743Gene Shaw Carnival Sketches ‎(LP)Argo LP-743US1964
DJLP-743Gene Shaw Carnival Sketches ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo)Argo DJLP-743US1964
LPS-743, LP 743, LP-743Gene Shaw Carnival Sketches ‎(LP, Album, RE)Cadet, Argo , Argo LPS-743, LP 743, LP-743USUnknown


  • BassRichard Evans
  • Composed By, Arranged ByRichard Evans
  • Congas [Conga Drum]Benny Cooke (tracks: 1 to 5)
  • CoverDon Bronstein
  • DrumsMarshall Thompson (tracks: 1 to 5), Vernell Fournier (tracks: 6 to 9)
  • EngineerRon Malo
  • Flute, Bass FluteKenny Soderblom (tracks: 6 to 9)
  • GuitarRoland Faulkner (tracks: 1 to 5)
  • Liner NotesDon DeMicheal
  • PianoEd Higgins (tracks: 6 to 9)
  • Supervised By [Supervisor]Esmond Edwards
  • TrumpetGene Shaw
  • Vibraphone [Vibes]Charles Stepney (tracks: 1 to 5)


Recorded: Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, Illinois, on 5/11/64 and 7/17/64

20bit K2 Super Coding


  • Barcode: 4 988067 041036
  • Rights Society: JASRAC


  • Recorded At – Ter Mar Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Universal Victor, Inc.

Short intro

Gene Shaw. Carnival Sketches. Your Rating. Argo 743. Listen free to Gene Shaw Carnival Scetches. All tracks composed by Bert Jansch except where indicated. Ring-A-Ding Bird - 3:53. One For Jo - 2:53. Poison - 3:41. The Old Routine - 3:22. Needle of Death - 3:52. Oh My Father - 3:13. Running, Running From Home - 2:58. Afterwards Peter Kirtley - 3:34. Can't Hide Love - 3:53. Moonshine - 3:32. A Woman Like You - 3:44. Thieves Carnival - Gene Shaw Quintet, Gene Shaw Sextet. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Autumn Walk. Gene Shaw Quintet. buy album. Recording Resonance Records Carnival Sketches Gene Shaw. Help improve the Carnival Sketches page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Carnival Sketches musician page. Gene Shaw, incidentally, was the trumpeter on the Mingus realease, Tiajuana Sketches. This recording has the staying power of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. You can listen to it over and over again without tiring of it. The opening portion of the recording features a suite of five tunes that suggest the atmospheres and rhythms of a latin carnival. Here is where the sultry trumpet of Shaw and the steamy arrangements of Evans blend to form an unfoegwttable listening experience. Available obly in Japan, this tasty disc is worth searching for. Read more. Appalachian Sketches - Alice Parker, Robert Shaw, Henry De Lafayette Webster, Michael Hale, John Carter, Kathryn Shannon. This is the opening track of the fantastic 1964 Argo release Carnival Sketches by trumpetist Gene Shaw, with compositions ad arrangements by Richard , Shaws second album was titled Debut in Blues. It features a sextet including tenor saxophonist Jay Peters who was actually making his first recording, trombonist Herb Wise, drummer Jerold Donovan later a member of AACM and known as Ajaramu and the pianobass team from the first album, Taylor and Robinson. Oddly, that solo is significantly shorter than those of his sidemen. When Sunny Gets Blue is Shaws ballad feature, and while he plays more of the melody than on Tonight , he is still very selective about how much of the original tune is included. Taylors Thieves Carnival is uncomfortably close to high-energy surf rock. Shaw was born in Detroit on June 16, 1926. He played the piano and trombone as a child. He began playing trumpet around 1946 after hearing Dizzy Gillespie's Hot House while recovering from injuries sustained in the army. He attended the Detroit Institute of Music, and studied with pianist Barry Harris