Black Market

Black Market
Black Market
Album par Weather Report
Sortie 1976
Enregistrement décembre 1975 - janvier 1976
Durée 36:55
Genre Jazz fusion
Jazz funk
Producteur Wayne Shorter
Label Columbia Records
Critique Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
Albums de Weather Report
Tale Spinnin' (1975)
Heavy Weather (1977)

Black Market est le septième album du groupe de jazz fusion Weather Report, le sixième en studio. Il est paru en 1976 sur le label Columbia Records.

Sommaire

Présentation

Dans cette nouvelle version de Weather Report, Narada Michael Walden et Chester Thompson jouent de la batterie, alors que Alex Acuna et Don Alias sont aux percussions. Alphonso Johnson ne joue que sur cinq plages et cède la place de bassiste à Jaco Pastorius pour les deux autres.

"Cannon Ball" est un hommage à Cannonball Adderley décédé l'année qui précédait l'enregistrement. L'album a été classé deuxième au Billboard en 1976 dans la catégorie albums de jazz[1].

Titres

  1. "Black Market" (J. Zawinul) – 6:28
  2. "Cannon Ball" (J. Zawinul) – 4:36
  3. "Gibraltar" (J. Zawinul) – 8:16
  4. "Elegant People" (W. Shorter) – 5:03
  5. "Three Clowns" (W. Shorter) – 3:31
  6. "Barbary Coast" (J. Pastorius) – 3:19
  7. "Herandnu" (A. Johnson) – 6:36

Musiciens

Notes et références

  1. a et b (en) Richard S. Ginell, « Black Market - Review » sur allmusic.com. Consulté le 19 aout 2011.

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