|2||Jump For Me||2:56|
|3||There'll Never Be Another You||2:55|
|4||The Lamp Is Low||2:47|
|6||Theme From Lighthouse||1:00|
|7||Lullaby Of The Leaves||3:11|
|8||I'll Remember April||3:47|
|TP 23||Marty Paich||Hot Piano (LP, Album, Red)||Tampa Records||TP 23||US||1956|
|TFJL-38014, TP-23||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon - Jazz For Relaxation (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Tofrec, Tampa Records||TFJL-38014, TP-23||Japan||1993|
|V.S.O.P. 27, TP23||Marty Paich||Hot Piano (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records||V.S.O.P. 27, TP23||US||1985|
|TP-23, TP23, TP 23||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon - Jazz For Relaxation (LP, Album, Mono)||Tampa Records, Tampa Records, Tampa Records||TP-23, TP23, TP 23||US||1958|
|V.S.O.P. #27 CD, TAMPA 23, TP-23||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon||Marty Paich, Larry Bunker, Joe Mondragon - Jazz For Relaxation (CD, Album, RE)||V.S.O.P. Records, Tampa Records, Tampa Records||V.S.O.P. #27 CD, TAMPA 23, TP-23||US||1995|
Jazz For Relaxation featuring Marty Paich, Joe Mondragon, Larry Bunker". 1st catalog number from front cover, 2nd catalog number from back cover, 3rd catalog number from labels. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All.
Although it is a quintet date, the only personnel listed are the pianist/leader, bassist Joe Mondragon, and vibraphonist Larry Bunker; guitarist Howard Roberts and drummer Frank Capp go unacknowledged, but certainly not unheard. The scanty liner notes claim that this is music to relax by, and that all of the tunes are up-tempo; actually the first tune, "Dool's Blues" is quite slow! But overlooking those discrepancies, the unfortunately brief program is actually quite enjoyable, showcasing Paich the pianist (rather than the arranger) in prime form
Marty Paich, Larry Bunker and Joe Mondragon - Jazz for Relaxation (1958). Smooth Jazz Albumborítók Maquillaje Bakelitlemezek Zene. Lou Donaldson: Alligator Boogaloo 1967.
Martin Louis Paich (January 23, 1925 – August 12, 1995) was an American pianist, composer, arranger, record producer, music director, and conductor. He came to prominence on the West Coast Jazz scene of the 1950s as both a pianist and a composer. Paich gradually stepped away from performing as a musician to work as a producer, composer and arranger.
Title Jazz for Relaxation. Includes 4 bonus tracks. Personnel: MARTY PAICH, piano LARRY BUNKER, vibes HOWARD ROBERTS, guitar JOE MONDRAGON, bass FRANK CAPP, drums Hollywood, California, mid 1956. ) Bonus tracks (A5-A6 & B5-B6): MARTY PAICH, piano ART PEPPER, alto sax BUDDY CLARK, bass FRANK CAPP, drums Hollywood, California, August, 1956. Originally Tampa Records TP-23.
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