Amazon.com: 5 件のカスタマーレビュー
Not The Exceptional Sound I Heard Before
2013年9月3日 - (Amazon.com)
Disappointing. I came across Abraham Labouriel on Gary Burton's "The New Quintet". I thought he was the best bassist I had ever heard. But this album is more Pop than Jazz. There is nothing outstanding, no flashes of brilliance.
a must have cd for any jazz lover...especially bass players
2004年5月20日 - (Amazon.com)
this cd has forever changed the way i look at jazz music!! unfortunately it is not in print so you'll have to do some real searching to find it, however it is worth whatever price and time you spend to get it!! the musicians are abe playing the bass justo almario playing an assortment of horns, greg mathieson on keys and abes son abe jr. on the drums. the musicianship is unrivaled! jr. is a phenominal drummer! the solo exchanges between abe and jr. are astounding! this music was recorded "live" in the studio in 3 days. they attempted to capture the "live" energy and they succeeded! this cd will move you! abe even does a little singing on the title track which was written by abes father. this is the first and only cd that i have just worn out. you absolutely must have this music!
Manuel Carranza C
Intenses performances. Laboriel is simply a bass genius
2016年4月26日 - (Amazon.com)
The extraordinary mexican bassist Abraham Laboriel gives us 13 magnificent performances where stands his power, invention and fantasy on the bass. Points out the booklet of the cd, all the tracks were recorded "in live" giving it a wonderful and unique interpretive force. Justo Almario in the sax is magnific. We can appreciate the genius of Laboriel on the arrangement of the classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, a wonder simply.
Enjoy this wonderful CD
Enjoy this wonderful CD
the arrangement of all songs are magnificent especially the bass performance of this great bass player
2017年6月12日 - (Amazon.com)
As you can hear all the musics were played live in studio rather than overdubbed with the final editing, the arrangement of all songs are magnificent especially the bass performance of this great bass player, it's highly recommended to the music lovers who interested in good quality of music.
Bass Player's Classic!
2005年1月7日 - (Amazon.com)
This album is a monster collection of BASSic emotions... Abraham shows his stuff here, and his associates, Alex Acuna, Justo Almario and Abe Jr. hang right with him, lick for lick. Thumping, popping, fingering, tapping, chords, monster riffs, tight drum/bass lines, tasty melodies, funk, bebop... you get a taste of everything. (Breakfast at Tiffany's will make you want to brush up on your music theory) Man, how I would have loved to see these songs performed live! As a 20+ year bass player who grew up listening to Stanley Clarke, Nathan East, Jaco Pastorius, Nathaniel Phillips, Luis Johnson and others, I can say with confidence: this album is no joke! Buy it, pop in in, turn it up loud; these guys had real fun with this one, and you will too!