Friday, 15 December 2017

Ross Traut's ST from 1981

Light fusion in the typical US style from this early 80s guitarist who achieved fame as a studio or session musician. Not a rare album by any means, but apparently not well known at all online.  The information is all here.

The type of mindfully meditative well thought out track I seem to like a lot:

It's called A Thousand Hearts and takes its place in the b2 position.



    new upload of Family of Percussion Moon at Noon by request

  2. note the following possibly of interest, in comments:

  3. Aloha Julian, I know I am being a bit of a pest, but several of these musicians were on an early self released LP by Stan Samole. I recall liking it as it had several of the same players as Don Cherry's "Here and Now", but now I can't find any record of it. (pun not intended.)

    Mele Kalikimaka!

    1. hey Mele Kalikimaka to you too! I'll never forget that big Santa in the middle of the palm trees the time we were there in December! ;)

  4. Also, if I sent you my email address, I might have some goodies you could raid using gbridge. However, I would hope you would not publish it.

    we tread lightly kauai BTW......

  5. I found the thing, I had to do an image search. I think this was recorded when all these fellows were at Miami school of music.

    I remember it being quite nice. Stan Samole ‎– Beauty's Song.

    Now I will just say mahalo, and as we say in Hawaii: "if can, can. If no can, no can." either way a big mahalo to you.