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Candido - 1970 - Beautiful
Candido - 1970 - Beautiful

A1 I'm On My Way (3:08)
A2 Tic Tac Toe (4:00)
A3 Hey, Western Union Man (3:25)
A4 Serenade To A Savage (4:31)
A5 New World In The Morning (3:22)
B1 Beautiful (2:50)
B2 I Shouldn't Believe (3:21)
B3 Money Man (5:04)
B4 Ghana Spice (Part One) (3:05)
B5 Ghana Spice (Part Two) (4:19)

Bass [Fender] - Jerry Jemmott , Richard Davis (tracks: A4, B1 to B5)
Congas, Bongos - Candido
Drums - Herbie Lovelle
Guitar - David Spinozza
Piano, Organ - Frank Anderson
Producer, Arranged By - Joe Cain
Saxophone, Flute - Joe Grimm
Trombone - Alan Raph
Trumpet - Bernie Glow , Pat Russo

Featuring his usual touring band, conga master Candido released the funky Beautiful in 1970. His first release for Blue Note -- following his Solid State debut, Man of a Thousand Fingers -- is a dance-oriented project that features lots of go-go-style blues jams propelled along by Candido's high-energy percussion, Richard Davis' electric bass, and Frank Anderson's juicy organ backgrounds.
While jazz improvisation isn't really the point of the music, saxophonist Alan Ralph does get in some nice post-bop and modal-style choruses and the two-part "Ghana Spice" gives Candido a nice chance to stretch out.
Re-released in 2003 as part of Blue Note's Rare Groove Series.
~Matt Collar, All Music Guide

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