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R. J. - Ron Carter - Uptown Conversation (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. In , having completed a five-year stint with Miles Davis, Ron Carter's career was wide open. Finding himself in typically high demand, the bassist decided not to make any long-term commitments (though he continued to join individual recording dates), opting instead to develop his solo career. In , he released Uptown Conversation (Atlantic).
  2. Uptown Conversation, an Album by Ron Carter. Released in on Embryo (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz, Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Ron Carter (double bass, electric bass, composer), Herbie Hancock (piano, electric piano), Herbie Mann (producer), David Greene (recording engineer), Haig Adishian (design), Chuck Stewart (photography).
  3. Dec 02,  · Uptown Conversation is the second album led by the jazz double bass player Ron Carter, recorded in and first released on the Embryo label. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative.
  4. Ron Carter was born May 4, , in Royal Oak Township (near Detroit), one of eight children. His introduction to music came at age ten when he began playing cello. By the time he graduated from Cass Technical High School in Detroit, he was playing bass and the violin, clarinet, trombone, and tuba as well. In the spring of
  5. LP- UPTOWN CONVERSATION ON EMBRYO RECORDED IN A1 Uptown Conversation Herbie Hancock. THIS IS THE RARE WLP -PROMO-COPY. [NOTE] ABOUT THE RARE PROMO COPIES. A2 Ten Strings THEY WERE RELEASE AT LEAST [ MONTHS] BEFORE THE 12" LP-ALBUM sitterffivepupkanalxoemysaddecow.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. ** also released on Prestige PR entitled "Eric Dolphy, Ron Carter - Where". Original Jazz Classics OJC, OJCCD ** part of Prestige P (age 32) Ron Carter - Uptown Conversation (Embryo SD ).
  7. RON CARTER Vinyl Records and CDs Since he rose to stardom in the '60s, it's likely that Ron Carter has been in greater demand for session work than any other bass player. Given the man's lyrical genius, Carter has elevated the role of the upright bass beyond that of a mere time-keeper and harmonic foundation, to an instrument that provides both.
  8. Dec 27,  · Hubert Laws (fl), Sam Brown (g), Herbie Hancock (p,el-p), Ron Carter (b,el-b), Grady Tate (ds) Album:" Ron Carter / Uptown Conversation " Recorded:October 6 & 7,
  9. An omnipresent figure on the jazz scene since the early s, legendary bass player Ron Carter has made over 50 albums of his own and played on more than 2, recordings by acts as diverse as Herbie Hancock, Aretha Franklin, James Brown and A Tribe Called Quest. Born in Ferndale, Michigan he initially learned to play the cello before taking up the double bass in high school and studying at.

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