Sal Salvador Quartet with Brass - Colors in Sound - Jazz Guitar LP

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Sal Salvador Quartet with Brass - Colors in Sound

(1950's)
Decca DL9210
Canada Turquiose label
Produced by unknown
Album cover photo by unknown
Record is VG+ VG++ light scuffs
Cover is split four inches across top


Personnel:

Sal Salvador - guitar
George Roumanis - bass
Jimmy Campbell/Ossie Johnson - drums
with Brass Orchestra

Walkin' time
For you, for me, forevermore
What is there to say
Deep down
Easy living
yesterdays


You brought a new kind of love to me
Desert fever
Spring will be a little let this year
Periwinkle blues
You'd be so nice to come home


The crystal-toned, agreeable guitar work of ex-Stan Kenton Orchestra member Salvador, who's still active today..


After leaving "The Great White Father" (Sal's term for Kenton), at the end of 1953, Sal devised the guitar-vibes quartet (and recorded it for Blue Note, Capitol and Bethlehem). "The drums are an integral part of everything that goes on," he said in 1957, "If it's not there, I miss it. I know what I want out of my music, and I've got to have at least a quartet to get it."

When Salvador formed his own big band, "Colors In Sound," he used a full brass section but no reeds
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Format LP
Label Decca