Surround Herb Ellis, Joe Pass, Jake Hanna and Ray Brown – Seven, Come Eleven (1973, 2003) SACD-R multichannel music

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Herb Ellis, Joe Pass, Jake Hanna and Ray Brown – Seven, Come Eleven (1973, 2003) SACD-R
Artist: Herb Ellis, Joe Pass, Jake Hanna and Ray Brown | Album: Seven, Come Eleven | Released: 1973, 2003 | Quality: SACD-R ( DDSD64 2.0, DST64 5.1 ) | Label: Concord Records | Catalog #: SACD-1015-6 | Genre: Jazz, Bop, Guitar Jazz

The incredible flow of the 2 guitars on this album is 1 of the most incredible recorded musical documents ever recorded. The Ellis & Pass duo, with rather few appearances in its short career, usually began with Ellis on lead, Pass on rhythm, but then things were switched & Pass was on top. On special occasions the 2 would then shed Brown & Hanna for a number of rounds of free-swinging guitar sparring.

This album was recorded live at Concord Boulevard Park in Concord, Ca. 1973. It is a Master tape direct to DSD and DSD mix recording>

Amazon review by Douglas T Martin:
“Seven Come Eleven” was recorded at the Concord Summer Festival right after the recording of “Jazz/Concord”…… This recording captures 4 great musicians, all playing at their peaks, just jamming & having a good time. The set opens with a swinging version of Ellington’s “In a Mellow Tone” called out by Ellis to the band before they play. Between songs Ray Brown says he wants to play something fast; Ellis barks “Seven Come Eleven – right now!”, & the race is on – Ellis & Pass’ solo duets/duals bring loud responses from the crowd numerous times. With some occasional off-mic comments between the bandmembers & some question about the upcoming songs (did they even plan a set list?) this recording has all the fun & looseness of a live gig in a small club. No jazz guitar collection is complete without it. review by jimmyjames8 October 19, 2003:
Interesting & highly enjoyable jazz guitar duo joined by bass & drums. Live gig. Good sound. Rear channels in MCH dedicated to ambience, echo, reverb, audience & not much else. Guitar jazz in a similar style of Barney Kessel, Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery. Short running time.
01.In A Mellow Tone 07:34
02.Seven, Come Eleven 05:09
03.Prelude To A Kiss 05:34
04.Perdido 04:34
05.I Am Confessin' (That I Love You) 05:23
06.Easy Living 04:22
07.Concord Blues 08:51

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