Title: Dizzy On The French Riviera
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Dizzy on the French Riviera is a 1962 live album by Dizzy Gillespie, arranged by Lalo Schifrin. No More Blues" (Antonio Carlos Jobim-Vinicius de Moraes) – 10:20. Long, Long Summer" (Lalo Schifrin) – 5:15. I Waited for You" (Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie) – 2:44. Desafinado" (Jobim-Mendonça) – 3:27. Here It Is" (Gillespie) – 8:33. Pau de Arara" (Schifrin arrangement of the original Brazilian folk song by Luiz Gonzaga & Guio de Morais) – 3:38. For the Gypsies" (Gillespie) – 4:34. Lalo Schifrin – piano.
Complete your Dizzy Gillespie collection. Dizzy On The French Rivera (LP, Album, Mono, RE). Philips. I noticed that the original version of "For The Gypsies" aka "Olé" is much different than the one on the remastered releases (at least the one on youtube). It's slower, deeper and has the soundscape only at the end.
Dizzy is great interspersed throughout and the rest of the group just happily swing along perfectly. Dizzy on The French Riviera was my first stereo LP; it held a magic place in my memory. I didn't play it frequently but when I did it was very pleasurable to listen to the children playing, the sound of the waves and the gradual addition of good, undistorted Jazz. I had deliberated about whether to hook up my equipment and convert to CD.
That all of the participants are extremely talented and can mix and match with Gillespie beautifully makes this an album that should appeal universally to all jazz lovers, and especially his biggest fans.
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Recorded July 24, 1962 at the 3rd International Jazz Festival ins, this is classic 1960s Dizzy. It's smooth and swinging without losing any of his patented power. Produced by Quincy Jones, and featuring piano and arrangements from Argentinian master Lalo Schifrin, Gillespie shines here alongside underrated reed man Leo Wright.
Dizzy on the French Riviera. Live album by Dizzy Gillespie. Dizzy Gillespie – trumpet, vocals. Leo Wright - flute, alto saxophone, vocals.