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Return of the Marquis de Sade


  • 1. Relaxin' at Charenton
    2. Lover's Mask, A
    3. Come My Way
    4. Night in Venezia, A
    5. Marquis Is Back, The
    6. Justine
    7. Bach to the Blues
    8. Eine Kleine Jazz Musik (A Little Jazz Music)
    9. Madrigal
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 24

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Lalo Schifrin (conductor, piano, harpsichord); Edie Lehmann (vocals); Tom Scott (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute); Dennis Budimir (guitar); Brian Bromberg, Ray Brown (bass); Grady Tate, Jeff Hamilton (drums); London Philharmonic.
    Engineers include: Gustavo Borner, Dick Lewzey, Mike Brown.
    Principally recorded at CTS Studios, London, England. Includes liner notes by Nick Redman.
    Personnel: Lalo Schifrin (piano, harpsichord); Edie Lehmann (vocals); Dennis Budimir (guitar); Marcia Dickstein (harp); Murray Adler, Charlie Bisharat (violin); Harry Shirinian (viola); David Shamban (cello); Tom Scott (flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); James Morrison (piccolo trumpet); Joel Peskin (EWI); Grady Tate, Jeff Hamilton (drums).
    Audio Mixers: Dick Lewzey; Gustavo Borner.
    Liner Note Author: Nick Redman .
    Recording information: Capitol Records (08/2001); CTS Studios, London, England (08/2001).
    Editor: Mike Brown.
    In 1966, when Dizzy Gillespie arranger and spy soundtracker Lalo Schifrin finished recording a Baroque album, he decided to make it a tribute to the Marquis de Sade -- in league with a play then circulating in the West End and on Broadway. Making the Third Stream seem like Percy Faith in comparison, the LP practically disappeared upon release on Verve, but enjoyed a long shelf life among idiosyncratic jazz fans. Thirty-five years on, Return of the Marquis de Sade is the sequel, with a host of songs comprising jazz rhythms and soloing, though a predominant use of Baroque instrumentation. Several of the song titles, including "Relaxin' at Charenton" and "A Night in Venezia," pun on famous jazz standards, while the performances crackle with imagination and energy. The final three tracks were recorded in tandem with Ray Brown, Grady Tate, Tom Scott, Brian Bromberg, and the London Philharmonic. ~ John Bush

  • Critic Reviews
    JazzTimes (9/02, p.122) - "...Schifrin's consummate skill as both an eclectic composer and a jazzman enabled him to juxtapose the contrasting genres [of 17th and 18th-century classical elements and jazz] tastefully and interestingly..."
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