im slowly beginning to realize that there is a possibility that i wont ever find this in the field!!!???
im slowly beginning to realize that there is a possibility that i wont ever find this in the field!!!??? Have you tried Sweden?
I'd rather just give 400 dollars to monty than by the OG.
just grab the 2cd reissue. 'acting, thinking, feeling' is too good to pass up.
Please Realheadz to be dropping on why this piece is so valued.
it finally fucking paid off!
Please Realheadz to be dropping on why this piece is so valued. i think the uniqueness of Stark Reality is:1. John Abercrombie, the great guitarist, had just got off the chittlin' circuit with the Johnny "Hammond" Smith trio.2. i had just got off the road, which included touring the south in a 7 piece band, 4 horns, amplified acoustic bass, "Mousy" the loudest drummer ever, (this is '60s pre-desegregation), black band, (except me), and i was required to be the only keyboard in the band on 4 mallet vibes, (no guitar either) - the Red Prysock Orchestra.3. Phil Morrison, an identifiably great bassist, influenced by Paul Chambers, Doug Watkins, et al., had played with Sam Rivers, and had just got an electric bass.4. Vinnie Johnson was, and still is, a pure classic bebop-to-free, accomplished jazz drummer - funk was required for the gig, and funk was new.5. i know i don't have a voice, but the gig required somebody had to sing - "acting, thinking, feeling" 1968 with 6 horns, no guitar, live on TV, (Stones Throw 101 DVD), with Phil, Vinnie, and me singing, and the 1969 stuff is also the three of us singing live, and playing at the same time.6. the Hoagy stuff? tracks recorded live, one after the other, all first takes, one day - the next day i overdubbed the vocals.7. and now, god bless will.i.am, it finally fucking paid off!
i know i don't have a voice, but the gig required somebody had to sing
Hey Monty, thanks for using the photo of me breaking up weed at Guzzo's pad on my OG Stark Reality as your avatar. I'm truly honoured....
Please Realheadz to be dropping on why this piece is so valued. 7. and now, god bless will.i.am, it finally fucking paid off!
You originally said you were not getting paid for the sample. Things have changed?
did you record with Prysock?
+ Kenny Burrell on guitar
+ Kenny Burrell on guitar forever
if anybody really really needs this record they have a b condition(about vg) copy at disc union shibuya/tokyo japan in the bins for roughly $1200.00 u.s.d. peace, stein. . .
+ Kenny Burrell on guitar forever Most definitely. Bapt, you made me think of the store in paris you took me to that had the 'crazy' dude & multiples of the Kenny Burrell 'Ode To 52nd St.' LP. Good times. Did you bother going back for the Jerry Butler LP?