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      Curtis Amy & Dupree BoltonKatanga!

      Label:Pacific Jazz – B0032877-01, Pacific Jazz – ST-70
      Series:Blue Note Tone Poet Series
      Format:
      Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 180g
      Country:US
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      Genre:Jazz
      Style:Hard Bop

      Tracklist

      A1Katanga
      Written-ByDupree Bolton
      3:04
      A2Lonely Woman
      Written-ByCurtis Amy
      3:46
      A3Native Land
      Written-ByCurtis Amy
      10:26
      B1Amyable
      Written-ByJack Wilson
      6:14
      B2You Don't Know What Love Is
      Written-ByRaye*, DePaul*
      6:00
      B3A Shade Of Brown
      Written-ByClifford Solomon
      6:00
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      Jack Wilson appears by courtesy of Atlantic Records

      Originally released in 1963 by Pacific Jazz Records

      Includes 12x12 inch single-sided insert with new reissue liner notes.

      Barcode and Other Identifiers

      • Barcode (Text): 6 02435 14924 0
      • Barcode (Scanned): 602435149240
      • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): B0032877-01 00602435149240 - A [email protected] W/JH 36295.1(3)...
      • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): B0032877-01 00602435149240 - B [email protected] 36295.2(3)...

      Other Versions (5 of 14)View All

      Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
      Katanga! (LP, Album, Mono)Pacific JazzPJ-70US1963
      New Submission
      Katanga! (LP, Album, Stereo, Red)Pacific JazzST-70US1963
      Katanga! (LP, Album, Stereo)Pacific Jazz, Pacific JazzPJ-70, ST-70US1963
      New Submission
      Katanga! (LP, Album, Stereo, Blue)Pacific JazzPJ-70US1963
      Katanga! (LP, Reissue)AffinityAFF 128UK1984
      mikeSF_'s profile picture
      mikeSF_
      Edited 2 months ago
      I'm usually hesitant to purchase records by musicians I've never heard of before, and this record is that. However, the owner of my neighborhood record store personally suggested it to me, promising that I could return it if I did not like it, so I purchased it.

      I do not believe I own any Tone Poet series records to date, but was quite impressed with the package and condition of the vinyl.
      The band sounds amazing; I am dumbfounded I never heard of any of these players. The trumpet player is strong and fiery. This is hard-bop with tight arrangements and skilled improvisation. The recording and mixing is energetic and super clean. Tenor tone is big and full, as is the trumpet. My only slight complaints would be the very thin sounding guitar and somewhat strident soprano sax. Drums are tracked and mixed beautifully, and the bass punches through nicely on the bottom. My favorite track is "A Shade of Brown". I also love the guitar solos on "Native Land" and "Amyable".

      Kevin Gray's mastering work is well known in the industry, and he obviously polished a gem to a high lustre.

      If you just like hearing great recordings through your sound system, this record is perfect for that. If you'd like to study the music, you could do very well with this record. Recommended.
      keatinjg's profile picture
      keatinjg
      Simply stunning performance and pressing. Not sure how this session isn’t more highly regarded. For my money, one of the best tone poets.
      wingy's profile picture
      wingy
      As others have said, superb pressing and stunningly good virtually unknown album. I love it when “finds” like these resurface.
      orangecat's profile picture
      orangecat
      Edited 2 months ago
      This is one of those records you don't know you need until you hear it on vinyl. I first listened to parts of it online and it was ok but not a "must have right this second". However it was enough to motivate me to pick it up. Then I finally got a copy and put in on the turntable and it just comes alive. Such a great performance you wish Side A would just go on for an hour. It will blow your doors off. These Blue Note reissue series are the best thing going on in vinyl right now.
      noodles666's profile picture
      noodles666
      this is one of the best Tone Poets. I never heard of this LP before. Absolute stunning recording, music, mastering and pressing. a must own.
      sound.of.bryn.mawr's profile picture
      sound.of.bryn.mawr
      LOVING the light jazz guitar on "Native Land"!! Really glad that Blue Note has done the crate-digging into the Pacific Jazz catalogue (and Kevin Gray has done the remastering) for this one here. Even if you tend to steer clear of the more obscure audiophile releases, Katanga is worth picking up as it will add value to your collection and a jazz record with an addictive quality you'll want to flip again and again.
      Ruben_Sousa's profile picture
      Ruben_Sousa
      What a great record, flawless pressing and as always, great mastering from Kevin Gray. Really delighted with this release.
      tangerinegripz's profile picture
      tangerinegripz
      Aside from a few faint ticks and pops during the first seconds of Lonely Woman, this record sounds truly phenomenal.
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      adamrant
      Holy! What a record, makes me want to dig way deeper into the Pacific Jazz catalogue. And hell, guitar and post-bop was never really my thing, but this record may turn me into a convert as Ray Crawford's playing is so tasteful. Maybe I just don't like it when guitar is the lead instrument on hard bop/post bop recordings? I don't know. I like guitar on fusion records. Regardless, this album is phenomenal and the mastering by Kevin Gray, pressing by RTI and cover by Stoughton are vinyl perfection.
      porkpie_hat's profile picture
      porkpie_hat
      Edited 4 months ago
      This is a brilliant record, and is another reminder of how the criminal justice in the USA discriminated so brutally. Dupree Bolton should have been known as a trumpeter great, but instead he went to jail for dealing and hardly ever recorded again, dying in obscurity. His composition Katanga! is full of fire and his trumpet soloing and style is phenomenal, reminding me of Clifford Brown at times, yet still his own.

      The musical program is superb and shows great continuity. Seriously, this is a 5 star record worth having in every decent jazz collection. The TonePoet release easily bests my 1963 US mono pressing and the quality of my copy is very decent too. The cover is done superbly and my record is nice and flat, playing perfectly.

      As noted by others, Jack Wilson's piano is inventive and a treat, but don't forget the great Curtis Amy as well. His playing and style is at times more subtle but it grows on you once you listen to this record a few times. Curtis can be so haunting at times - especially on "You Don't Know What Love Is", where his playing is bound to give you goose bumps. Also, the fine guitar work of Ray Crawford is really worth mentioning, as well as the fine bass work of Vic Gaskin.

      The original recording was mixed very well, but as noted elsewhere, there were likely some edits on the first two tracks originally to fit them onto the Lp format. Maybe extended versions will turn up some day.

      This is a record to be listened to more than once, as there is so much to enjoy and discover in it. In my opinion, this is one of the best sessions produced by Richard Bock for Pacific Jazz.
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