Fancy Free is an album by the American jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, recorded and released on Blue Note Records in 1970.
Complete your Donald Byrd collection. Fancy Free (CD, Album, RE). Blue Note, Blue Note. TOCJ-4319, BNST-84319. Fancy Free (LP, Album, Club, RE, 180). Blue Note, Universal Music Special Markets.
Written-By – D. Byrd. Written-By – D. Fancy Free (CD, Album, SHM).
1969's Fancy Free marked the beginning of Donald Byrd's move away from hard bop, staking out fusion-flavored territory that - at this juncture - owed more to Miles Davis than the R&B-dominated jazz-funk Byrd would embrace several years down the road. Recorded just a few months after Davis' In a Silent Way, Fancy Free finds Byrd leading a large ensemble prominently featuring Frank Foster on tenor, Lew Tabackin or Jerry Dodgion on flute, and several percussionists. But the most important piece of the puzzle is Duke Pearson's electric piano, the first time Byrd utilized.
Fancy Free is an album by the American jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, recorded and released on Blue Note Records in 1970. In 1993, it appeared for the first time on a digital support, currently out-of-print, and it has not been reissued yet. Reception.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Blue Note (catalog number CDP 0777 7 89796 2 3). This album was released in 1993 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Bass.
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Retrieved 1 August 2011. By 1969s Fancy Free, Byrd was moving away from the hard bop jazz idiom and began to record jazz fusion and rhythm and he teamed up with the Mizell Brothers for Black Byrd which was, for many years, Blue Notes best-selling album. The title track climbed to N. 9 on Billboard′s R&B chart and reached the Hot 100 pop chart, most of the material for the albums was written by Larry Mizell.
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|BST 84319||Donald Byrd||Fancy Free (LP, Album)||Blue Note||BST 84319||US||1969|
|TYCJ-81066||Donald Byrd||Fancy Free (CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)||Blue Note||TYCJ-81066||Japan||2014|
|UCCQ-9332||Donald Byrd||Fancy Free (CD, Album, SHM)||Blue Note||UCCQ-9332||Japan||2017|
|TOCJ-4319, BNST-84319||Donald Byrd||Fancy Free (CD, Album, RE)||Blue Note, Blue Note||TOCJ-4319, BNST-84319||Japan||1993|
|BST 84319||Donald Byrd||Fancy Free (LP, Album, RE, All)||Blue Note||BST 84319||US||1973|