John Scofield ‎– Groove Elation

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Blue Note ‎– CDP 7243 8 32801 2 4
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Trackliste

1 Lazy 4:46
2 Peculiar 6:33
3 Let The Cat Out 5:35
4 Kool 4:49
5 Old Soul 5:21
6 Groove Elation 6:50
7 Carlos 7:28
8 Soft Shoe 6:06
9 Let It Shine 6:04
10 Bigtop 6:33

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Recorded at Power Station, NYC.

℗ & © 1995

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CDP 7243 8 32801 2 4 John Scofield Groove Elation(CD, Album, Club) Blue Note CDP 7243 8 32801 2 4 US 1995 Diese Version verkaufen
7243 8 32801 2 4 John Scofield Groove Elation(CD, Album, Club) Blue Note 7243 8 32801 2 4 US 1995 Diese Version verkaufen
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CDP 7243 8 32801 2 4 John Scofield Groove Elation(CD, Album) Blue Note CDP 7243 8 32801 2 4 Europe 1998 Diese Version verkaufen
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JeeMalone

JeeMalone

26. Januar 2014
Galloping between the steppes of the terrific "Hand jive" (Blue Note, 1994) and "A go go" (Verve, 1998), the funkier stage of Scofield's music in the mid-90's visited the lands of "Groove elation" with the company of the late Dennis Irwin and Larry Goldings -the core of his band-, the collaboration of Idris Muhammad (in lieu of Bill Stewart) and the absence of a tenor sax co-leading the front line. This album is the natural continuation of the Hand Jive Band, which left behind the conventional jazz-quartet aromas (with Joe Lovano) in favor of a more colorful orchestration (call it organ, brass and woodwinds which would be central in "Quiet" (Verve, 1996)), less traditional rhythms and different grooves described as soul-jazz and already heard in his previous album.
Given the fact that Goldings had already made a name on his own, with Sco at his best, this set of mid-tempo tunes (all originals) doesn't suffer from the apparent lack of soloists and marks the end of Scofield's relationship with Blue Note, Dennis Irwin and soul-jazz. Very good sequel. Take it to that island along with Hand Jive!