Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Rufus Harley - 1966 - Scotch & Soul

Rufus Harley 
1966
Scotch & Soul




01. Feeling Good 7:22
02. If You Could See Me Now 6:13
03. Taurus The 20th 6:56
04. Scotch & Soul 5:09
05. Passing The Cup 4:02
06. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square 5:01
07. Sufur 4:48


Bagpipes, Flute, Saxophone [Soprano & Tenor] – Rufus Harley
Bass – James Glenn
Congas – Robert Gossett
Drums – Billy Abner
Piano – Oliver Collins




Although Rufus Harley also plays flute, soprano, and tenor on this record, it is for his bagpipe playing that the out-of-print album is most notable. The bagpipes tend to be a drone instrument and Harley cannot surmount the problem of cutting off notes quickly, but he plays his main instrument as well as anyone and is thus far the only jazz bagpipe player. With the assistance of pianist Oliver Collins, bassist James Glenn, drummer Billy Abner, and Robert Gossett on conga, Harley's versions of "Feeling Good" and "Scotch and Soul" are quite unique.

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