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Bob James Trio - Explosions album mp3

Performer: Bob James Trio
Title: Explosions
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Free Jazz
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 809
Other formats: ADX MP3 AA MP2 MOD XM WAV

Cover, Piano – Bob James. Engineer – Art Crist. Percussion – Robert Pozar. Studio: Bell Sound Studios, New York City, May, 1965. Released in a structured cover with a cover picture adhered to it. This version: red labels with white lettering. Explosions ‎(LP, Album). Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE).

Bob James Trio - Explosions Artwork Inside. jpg C. pg 04 - An O. lac 01 - Peasant Bo. lac 05 - Wolfman. flac 02 - Untitled Mixes. Bob James - Explosions.

Probably the first recording of improvised jazz combined with electronic music, as well as playing inside the piano and other new music techniques. Contains lively and often humorous compositions by Bob James and Gordon Mumma ("Peasant Boy"), Bob Ashley and Bob James ("Untitled Mixes"), Bob James ("Explosions"), Barre Phillips ("An On"), and a version (not the full one for voice and electronics found in Source magazine) of "Wolfman" by Bob. Ashley and Bob James. With Bob James (piano), Barre Phillips (bass), and Robert Pozar (percussion)

Explosions by Bob James. Bob James, a recent college graduate, brought ESP a master of a session he had produced, featuring Barre Phillips and Bob Pozar. He chose for the front cover a torn poster he had photographed on a visit to Australia. In 1974, having garnered several gold records, he returned to visit ESP on the ground floor at 290 West End Avenue, in New York City. 04. Bob James Trio - And On (08:55).

Bob James Trio - Peasant Boy 08:36. Bob James Trio - Untitled Mixes 05:20. Bob James Trio - Explosions 05:46. Bob James Trio - And On 08:56. Bob James Trio - Wolfman 06:06. Take It From The Top - Bob James Trio. Straight Up - Bob James Trio.

Bob James Trio: Expresso by Dan McClenaghan, published on September 11, 2018. Bob James wrote "Angela," the theme song to the popular late-1970s/early 1980s television show, Taxi, a feather in the cap that introduced his sound to millions of listeners who might not ever slip a jazz CD into the stereo. For those with an ear and a love of jazz, he is probably most familiar for his work with the group Fourplay and saxophonist David Sanborn, along with a three record, mid-1970s stint with Creed Taylor's CTI Recordings, and three Grammy Awards

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Tracklist

Peasant Boy 1:38
Untitled Mixes 5:18
Explosions 8:54
An On 5:50
Wolfman 6:12

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1965
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, Mono) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1965
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, Mono) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1965
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RP) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1969
SFX-10726 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk SFX-10726 Japan 1978
ESP 1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk, Calibre ESP 1009 Netherlands 2000
GET 1029 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) Get Back GET 1029 Italy 2001
ESP 1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) ESP Disk ESP 1009 US 2005
ESP 1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP 1009 US 2008
ESP1009D Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(5xFile, WAV, RE) ESP Disk ESP1009D US Unknown
ESP 1009-2 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk, ZYX Music ESP 1009-2 Germany Unknown
ESP 1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP 1009 Italy Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown
1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk 1009 US Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RP) ESP Disk, ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Peasant Boy
Written-By – Bob James, Gordon Mumma
8:35
2 Untitled Mixes
Written-By – Bob James, Bob Ashley*
5:19
3 Explosions
Written-By – Bob James
5:45
4 And On
Written-By – Barre Phillips
8:56
5 Wolfman
Written-By – Bob James, Bob Ashley*
6:08

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – ESP-Disk'
  • Copyright (c) – ESP-Disk' Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ESP-Disk' Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Bell Sound Studios

Credits

  • Art Direction [Original] – Jay Dillon
  • Bass – Barre Phillips
  • Cover [Original] – Bob James
  • Design, Layout – Miles Bachman, Peov
  • Drums – Robert Pozar
  • Electronics [Electronic Tape Collage] – Bob James (tracks: 2, 5), Gordon Mumma (tracks: 2, 5), Bob Ashley* (tracks: 2, 5)
  • Engineer – Art Crist
  • Liner Notes – Bernard Stollman
  • Piano – Bob James
  • Remastered By [Digital] – Douglas McGregor

Notes

Recorded May 10, 1965 at Bell Sound Studios, NYC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 825481010092
  • Barcode (Text): 8 25481 01009 2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL29
  • Mould SID Code: none
  • Matrix / Runout: 334078 esp1009 01

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1965
ESP 1009-2 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk, ZYX Music ESP 1009-2 Germany Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RP) ESP Disk, ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown
1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk 1009 US Unknown

Tracklist

1 Peasant Boy 8:35
2 Untitled Mixes 5:19
3 Explosions 5:45
4 An On 8:56
5 Wolfman 6:08

Credits

  • Bass – Barre Phillips
  • Engineer – Art Crist
  • Percussion – Robert Pozar
  • Piano – Bob James

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 825481010092

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1009, ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album) ESP Disk, ESP Disk 1009, ESP-1009 US 1965
ESP 1009-2 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(CD, Album, RE) ESP Disk, ZYX Music ESP 1009-2 Germany Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown
ESP-1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RP) ESP Disk, ESP Disk ESP-1009 US Unknown
1009 Bob James Trio Explosions ‎(LP, Album, RE) ESP Disk 1009 US Unknown


Reviews (3)
Viashal
...it's got to be said, the truth must be told, the solid gospel that the known is based on, the knowledge that this joint from way back in 65 is the best utterance that this jazzbo ever issued forth and put down for all interested parties...his later fusion type blather might be good, even great for what it is but this explosions biscuit is the sound of the urban landscape, all the claustrophobic paranoia that surrounds every thinking being on the roam...this is movement, perhaps random, perhaps thought out, always seemingly in the right place giving texture, building on what went before, cause and effect...Bob James and the bopsters (including a couple of avant garde types on some electric computer bleeps and blips/drones) get down with the free jazz blowout that was happening in NYC at the time (Albert Ayle r/ Sonny Murray etc) with bob giving his piano a proper set to with scraping the strings, plinking and stabbing, really getting inside the instrument, to take it all further...drums clatter and bang with forceful abandon, glad to break out from any precise timing that might give constriction to the eternal self, the bass lays down an ever changing backdrop that comes forward with avant noodles when necessary to interrupt earlier thoughts with new expressions, just like the big city with its chaotic vibe...the tape collage works in well, intermingling with the out jazzbo groove that's perculating just fine, hitting the spot with some left field science...the trio's version of hep-outness-free-spirit jazz may touch the modern listener as slightly professorial when up against some other works on the ESP-Disk imprint (surely the greatest label ever, that ain't really no exaggeration when the whole catalogue is viewed with an eye for the way forward, who else was getting this kinda gubbins on the market with the sole purpose of having it heard, no other agenda, it is what it is and always will be the bench mark for unpretentious art, an art that far outstrips any and all competition that may stray into the fields of exploration of HEPness) but that thought may be changed within a spin or two...lightness of touch in some places gives the listener time to reflect on some of the more chaotic parts, just like an early evening sojourn from the days battering that the crowded metropolis can lay on the more sensitive John Does out in the wilderness of the concrete jungle, where capitalist ambush is waiting for the next mark to come down the pike...a top earful of solid jams, the type of which ain't made anymore,which is one reason jazz today as a music is just part of the entertainment industry it's worthiness to enrich seems to have disappeared, been swallowed by the corporate miasma...grab the train to the hearts of gonesville and groove with some meditative mind tapping...a slight aside that may be of interest to certain parties is the cool fact the artwork was put together by Jay Dillon from the ever groovy Godz...

Gogul
It is very fan to listen to each and every notes of this recording.

Spilberg
Great album. Don't even think this is the Smooth jazz Bob James. Especially with Barre Phillips and Bob Pozar. Broken time signatures, prerecorded vamps and sound clips pepper this perpetual piece of perfection. It was the era of mind altering substances and it shows here. Outstanding work. I've played it about 175 times...............PS I'm not biased i'm not selling it.

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