🎵 AotW Gerry Niewood: Slow, Hot Wind (A&M Records SP-3409)

1698253376480.pngGerry Niewood: Slow, Hot Wind

A&M Records SP-3409
Released 1975

Also released as The Gerry Niewood Album
on Sagoma/DGM S/DGM-752 in 1975

A1: Semitique 7:14​
A2: Eberhard 5:03​
A3: Floating 3:44​
A4: Reverand Roller 5:20​
B1: Speedy Gonzales 5:40​
B2: Slow, Hot Wind 5:18​
B3: Homage 5:55​
B4: Witchcraft 4:39​

Art Direction – Roland Young (3)
Artwork [Liner Portrait] – Harry Mittman
Bass – Gene Perla
Design [Album] – Chuck Beeson, Junie Osaki
Drums – Joe La Barbera*
Engineer – Mick Guzauski
Executive-Producer, Liner Notes – Chuck Mangione
Flute, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Gerry Niewood
Mastered By – Frank De Luna*, Mick Guzauski
Photography By [Cover] – Fred Valentine
Piano – Bill Dobbins
Producer – Gerry Niewood
Trombone – Bill Reichenbach (2)
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Lew Soloff

Sagoma/DGM release as
The Gerry Niewood Album

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This is the last of the Sagoma/DGM releases. The label was based out of Rochester, NY, the Mangione brothers' hometown. My impression is that, with Chuck Mangione signing to A&M and releasing his first two albums for the label in 1975, his contract might have included the Sagoma/DGM records as a package deal for wider distribution.
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