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Dave Harris & The Powerhouse Five

Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungry Cannibals

Dave Harris & The Powerhouse Five Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungry Cannibals Lp
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Sonitron Records present a reissue of Dave Harris And The Powerhouse Five's Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungry Cannibals, originally released in 1961. Recorded in 1958, Dave Harris's only release as a band leader was a magnificent tribute to Raymond Scott, the legendary forerunner of space sound and author of many classics referenced by jazz to pop/rock musicians and engraved in millions of minds through their use in countless cartoons and movies during the years. Harris was a highly considered studio musician and played tenor sax in Scott's legendary Quintette during the late 1930s. During his stance in the Quintette, Harris developed a deep respect for Scott and learned from the master a few compositional techniques: wild changes in rhythm, accelerations in tempo, exotic references, and thundering percussion to name a few. Those wild elements, plus Harris's own skills as band leader and the consummated and playful musicianship of his sidemen, make this album a whirlwind of sensations in which Harris and his quintet glow with energy, joy and sharp craftsmanship while adapting the master's legendary tunes to a modern, hi-fi style. All through the 12 themes that compose the album, Dave Harris And The Powerhouse Five make the listener part of a joyful trip in which Scott's "portraits in music" come back to life filled with a new manic energy, a playful spirit and an undeniable love for Scott's repertoire that doesn't stop the musicians from giving the tunes their own, fun-fueled-spin. Long out of print, it's time for this space-age-gem and it's amazing cover art to be released again. Edition of 300.
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