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John Lee (3) / Gerry Brown Featuring: Chris Hinze & Gary BartzInfinite Jones

Label:Keytone – KT 444.056
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Fusion

Tracklist

A1Infinite Jones
Organ, Electric PianoJasper Van't Hof
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Piano, Electric Piano, PercussionHubert Eaves*
Written-ByJohn Lee (3)
6:42
A2Deliverance
Organ, Electric PianoJasper Van't Hof
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Piano, Electric Piano, PercussionHubert Eaves*
Written-ByJohn Lee (3)
13:43
B1Jua
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Written-ByJohn Lee (3)
7:04
B2Absitively Posolutely
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Piano, Electric Piano, PercussionHubert Eaves*
Written-ByGerry Brown
2:57
B3Rise On
Piano, Electric Piano, PercussionHubert Eaves*
Written-ByJohn Lee (3)
3:17
B4Who Can See The Shadow Of The Moon
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Piano, VoiceWim Stolwijk
Written-ByChris Hinze
5:17
B5Bamboo Madness
Piano, Electric PianoRob van den Broeck
Piano, Electric Piano, PercussionHubert Eaves*
Written-ByChris Hinze
2:30
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On "Infinite Jones" piano-solo by Hubert Eaves
On "Deliverance" piano-solo by Jasper Van't Hof

Gary Bartz appears courtesy of Prestige Records
Chris Hinze appears courtesy of CBS Records

Recorded at the Dureco Studio, 16 track, Dolby system, Weesp, Holland.
Recording dates: June 23 and 24, 1973.
Reg. tone 10k.h.z. -10db + Dolby tone

The label on this release is as follows:
"Keytone Records
a division of Keytone Productions B.V.
Postbox 2813
The Hague
Holland"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): KT 444.056 SDUT 24.633
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): KT 444.056 SDUT 24.634
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 17 401 KT444056 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 20 402 KT444056 B
  • Rights Society: Stemra

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Infinite Jones (LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold)KeytoneKYT 710Netherlands1981
Bamboo Madness (CD, Album, Remastered, Reissue)Limetree RecordsFCD 0001Netherlands1995
Bamboo Madness (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Solid Records (6)CDSOL-6419Japan2015
Infinite Jones (LP, Album)Overseas RecordsUXP-8-VJapanUnknown

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adaug
right on! also this appears to be the same recording as "bamboo madness"
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monohub
Take the deep spirituality of Carlos Garnett's Black Love, James Mtume's Rebirth Cycle and the vamping tunes from Kawaida, then cross it with the funkier elements of albums like Eddie Henderson's Realization and Jeremy Steig's Energy and you're right in that magical zone where music just elevates your life, that's what this album does all on it's own. This is deep spiritual jazz fusion at its best. Hardly surprising as this album is basically Gary Bartz with a few of his NTU Troop guys, and Chris Hinze and half his crew. I suppose when you've got a meeting of minds like that you're bound to get some amazing chemistry going on. My only fault with this album is that a few of the tunes on the B side feel like they're going to be monster grooves, like "Rise On" for example, here these guys sound like they're just going to jam on until the early hours, but these tunes have been edited to less than five minutes. I reckon this should have been a double album, and the band not have had to work to the time constraints of a single vinyl release. Other than that, this is totally killer stuff.