AOTW: Various Artists, Audio Master Plus Sampler Vol. 2

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Rudy

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A&M SP3021
VARIOUS ARTISTS
AUDIO MASTER PLUS SERIES SAMPLER VOL 2
SP6-3021 (Released 1984)
Vinyl, Cassette

Produced by Creed Taylor (except track 3, produced by Herb Alpert)
Engineered by Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studios except track 3)
Series Reissue Coordinated by David Steffen & Jeffrey Gold
Art Direction by Chuck Beeson
Cover Photos by Pete Turner
Album Design by Mike Fink

Track Listing:

1. I Got A Woman George Benson (from 3025) 4:55
2. Road Song Wes Montgomery (from 3012) 3:50
3. Europa Gato Barbieri (from 3029) 4:14
4. Circles Paul Desmond (from 3024) 3:40
5. Tres Pontas Milton Nascimento (from 3010) 3:50
6. I Want You George Benson (from 3028) 6:20
7. Walkin' Quincy Jones (from 3030) 7:55
8. Tema Jazz Antonio Carlos Jobim (from 3031) 4:35
9. Love Is Stronger Than We Herbie Mann (from 3003) 3:50

(Note: a rumored Tamba 4 album was originally slated for SP-3021.)

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snapcrotch

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Where'd THIS come from? I was all dressed up for Paul Desmond's 'Summertime' (SP-3015) and now I've got no place to go.
 

LPJim

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We're moving forward in sequential order, as I understand it. So SP 3021 follows Sp 3020 - George Benson TELL IT LIKE IT IS - and precedes SP 3022 - Walter Wanderley's MOONDREAMS.
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Rudy

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snapcrotch said:
Where'd THIS come from? I was all dressed up for Paul Desmond's 'Summertime' (SP-3015) and now I've got no place to go.

Well, in three more weeks, we'll be doing From The Hot Afternoon, one of my favorites. (We may need to get your tux pressed in the meantime. :wink: ) We did Summertime a few weeks ago and, in fact, I just made a post in that thread a few days ago (since I just raided my Mom's LP collection and "borrowed" it). Feel free to post there if you'd like--I'm all for having more Paul Desmond discussion! :D

Back on this week's AOTW, though, I'm tempted to put this sampler and the Vol. 1 onto one CD, as it makes a nice overview of the A&M/CTi catalog. I've listened to both of these samplers quite a bit, and they've led to many purchases of other CTi albums. The only disappointing album was Jobim's Tide which sounds at times unfinished, while at others it sounds like a retread of Wave ("Tide" is so much like "Wave"...even the chord changes are exactly the same).

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