264658

$30.00

Adams, Bucky & Basin Street - At Privateers' Warehouse

Format: LP
Label: Solar ES 1010
Year: 1976
Origin: Nova Scotia
Genre: jazz
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Value of Original Title: $30.00
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Release Type: Albums
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Playlist: 1970's, Nova Scotia, Canadian Jazz

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Basin Street Blues
Bucky's Blues
Feelings
Middle Deck
Misty

Side 2

Track Name
Ain't No Sunshine (Bill Withers)
I'd Like To Make It With You (David Gates)
Afro Minor
I Can't Get Started (Ira Gershwin, Vernon Duke)
Don't Get Around Much Any More (Duke Ellington, S.K. Russell)
Basin Street (Spencer Williams)

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Bucky Adams & Basin Street - At Privateers' Warehouse

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Information/Write-up

Under the breathtaking exuberance of Bucky’s dynamic horn the album brings together a collection of very personal musical ideas expressed through a basic “jazz” context. The group, “Basin Street”, formed in the summer of ’75, performed at the “Privateers Warehouse”, a restored historic property on the Halifax waterfront. The selections involve a representative blend of styles and visions that go beyond the traditional concepts of jazz and yet all the while, maintain equilibrium with the roots.

Bucky Adams: tenor saxophone
Gordon Fader: keyboards
Tom Gibson: drums, percussion, vocals
Ernie Reti: bass
Garth Proude: bass
Russ Brannon: guitar

Recorded at Solar Audio, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in April 1976

Awards:
•2007 Lifetime Achievement Award, African Nova Scotian Music Association Award Show (ANSMA)
•1997 Pioneer Award Winner / ANAMA Awards
•1997 Nominated for two East Coast Music Awards Artist
•1981 International Gabriel Award

Charles R. “Bucky” Adams was born into a large musical family on in Halifax Nova Scotia in 1937. From the 50’s through to the 80’s Bucky formed several successful band, including, “The Rockin’ Rebels”, “Club Unusual”, and “The Basin Street Trio”. Bucky also played with jazz greats Louis Armstrong, Dizzie Gillespie, and Oscar Peterson, to name only a few. In 1981 Bucky was featured on the CBC Radio Halifax program “Identities”, for which he was awarded the International Gabriel Award by the United Nations, representing the highest honor in broadcasting production and content.

During the 90’s Bucky’s career has taken on a renewed energy and direction. Since 1993 he has performed with the prestigious Nova Scotia Mass choir. In 1996 Bucky produced his own CD, “In A Lovin’ Way”, and in 1997 was nominated for two East Coast Music Awards. His upcoming CD, “Fresh Daily” is a collection of live performances. Bucky’s pioneering and undaunted spirit has stood the test of time and has helped to keep jazz alive in Halifax. read more: http://www.ansma.com/artists-charlesbuckyadams.html

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