Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Bud Shank - Girl In Love

Sorry about the slightly frightening album cover. This is a nice pop inflected jazz album from Bud Shank, with the orchestra conducted by fellow sax player Oliver Nelson. Nelson's history is similar to Nelson Riddle, in that he started out as a jazz arranger and eventually moved his way into scoring music for television shows (Ironside, Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman to name a few). Even though the album sounds like Elevator Music at times, there are some tracks (Particularly "Solitary Man") that bounce. Released in 1966, the album is another example of L.A. Session musicians popping up everywhere. Percussionist Frank Capp at the same time was working on The Beach Boys' classic "Pet Sounds" album, and I'm sure many of Nelson's orchestra were as well.

Personell:
Piano: Bob Florence
Guitar: Herb Ellis, Dennis Budimir, John Pisano
Bass: Bob West
Drums: Frank Capp
Percussion: Victor Feldman

Side 1:
01 - Lady Jane
02 - Summer Wind
03 - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)
04 - Strangers In The Night
05 - When A Man Loves A Woman
06 - Girl In Love

Side 2:
07 - Don't Go Breaking My Heart
08 - Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime
09 - Time
10 - The Shining Sea
11 - Lara's Theme From Dr. Zhivago
12 - Solitary Man

6 Comments:

Blogger PS said...

Cheers ....GREAT POST
Much Appreciated !!

6:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This girl's not in love, she's already dead…

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can u Please re upload this album...i am searchin for this for a long time :(

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

here
http://rapidshare.com/files/53379928/Bud_Shank___WORLD_PACIFIC_WPS-21853__.jpg

8:53 AM  
Blogger EASY LISTENING & OTHER DELIGHTS said...

Many thanks for post this very nice Album. There are great tunes on both sides. Congratulations !!!

1:47 PM  
Blogger patandfritz said...

I still have my original of that album. I just pulled it out because my fiance saw something of his in iTUNES. I have to get this album onto my computer.

9:04 PM  

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