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Joe Farrell QuartetJoe Farrell Quartet

Label:CTI Records – CTI 6003
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Green Labels, Gatefold
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Fusion, Jazz-Rock

Tracklist

A1Follow Your Heart
Written-ByJohn McLaughlin
6:50
A2Collage For Polly
Written-ByJoe Farrell
2:30
A3Circle In The Square
Written-ByJoe Farrell
7:05
B1Molten Glass
Written-ByJoe Farrell
5:00
B2Alter Ego
Written-ByJoe Farrell
1:20
B3Song Of The Wind
Written-ByChick Corea
5:50
B4Motion
Written-ByChick Corea
5:10
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Notes

First issue with green labels and laminated gatefold cover.

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Recorded at Van Gelder Studios July 1, 2, 1970.
This album was also later released as "Song Of The Wind" CTI 6067 by Joe Farrell.

A1: Chinmoy Music/BMI
A2, A3, B1, B2: Char-Liz Music Inc./BMI
B3, B4: Litha Music/ASCAP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: RVG 87655 A
  • Matrix / Runout: RVG 87655 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A, Hand Inscribed): RVG-87655-A 7-13-70
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B, Hand Inscribed): RVG-87655 B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, Both Sides, Stamped): VAN GELDER

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Joe Farrell Quartet (LP, Album)Philips6308046UK1970
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Joe Farrell Quartet (LP, Album)CTI RecordsGX 01-831Central America1970
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Joe Farrell Quartet (LP, Album, Gatefold)CTI RecordsCTI 6003US1970
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Joe Farrell Quartet (LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold)CTI RecordsCTI 6003US1970

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  • dwilpower's avatar
    dwilpower
    Edited one year ago
    The sound quality of the Blu Spec release is exceptional. Terrific sonically, the clear clean warm spacious sound stage is perfection. This disc is better than many SACD recordings I own.
    • Paineish's avatar
      Paineish
      This is not strictly speaking, a review; on the whole, this album is not so much my cup of tea because Farrel's tone is not so much to my taste, though it strikes me that the tone is reminiscent of Coltrane's, though somehow, compared to Trane, there's a difference that's crucial for me. I write, though, on this ground. The fact that I have the Van Gelder stamp in my pressing's runout led me to wonder whether Rudy's mastering of the album included cutting it. The answer, as revealed by the article by Steve Guttenberg connected to this URL, is that that's exactly what it means - the article includes a photo of Mr. Van Gelder's lathe. Until today and my little research project, I had no idea that Rudy cut albums. But he did, and it makes sense that he did, because it's so pivotal to the sound of the album actually, as everyone who uses this website appreciates more or less by definition.

      https://www.cnet.com/pictures/go-behind-the-scenes-at-this-historic-recording-studio/.

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