Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble: Le-le

SKU: 42362487

Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble: Le-le

SKU: 42362487

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Le-le
Artist: Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble
Label: Jazz Room Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5050580762916
Genre: Jazz

'Recorded in the 1980's and snapped up upon arrival in Europe by the Soho Boho's, Acid Jazzuals, Cuboppers, Jazz Massivists and Mojo Jazzmuziker, 'Le-Le' by The Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble is a unique one off Spiritual Soul-Jazz outing with Avant Garde touches and more than a hint of Afro-Cuban Orientalism. The percussion drenched title track has that special Worldwide Sound and the Cool Jazz Get Down Groove of 'Wet Walnuts and Whipped Cream' is a DJ's delight, whether played over the Airwaves or to a crowded Dancefloor. An adventurous jazz outfit that has been playing around Philadelphia since it's formation in 1979. The Ensemble was founded by Warren Oree, an acoustic bassist, producer and composer who continues to lead the band. Eclectic and far from predictable, on this album the Ensemble has embraced a variety of acoustic and electric jazz styles combining them with African and Middle Eastern influences and mixed together with the 'New Thing' have managed to make a timeless underground classic.


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