|Nash, Ted/Odeon / La Espada De La Noche|
|Album:||La Espada De La Noche||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Nash, Ted/Odeon||Added:||May 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-05-22||Pull Date:||2005-07-24||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Jul 24||Jul 10||Jul 3||Jun 19||Jun 12||May 29|
|1.||Aug 25, 2016:||Melange |
A Night in Tunisia, Concierto De Aranjuez 2
|4.||Jul 05, 2005:||Storytime! |
Concierto De Aranjuez 1
|2.||Jul 22, 2005:||Memory Select |
A Night in Tunisia
|5.||Jul 01, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|3.||Jul 08, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum |
Walk this Way
|6.||Jun 17, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum - Part 1 |
La Espada De La Noche
A Paris-cafe sound with violin and accordion. The overall theme is Latin/Spanish, though, with the centerpiece being track 6 (the piece Miles Davis' "Sketches of Spain" was built around). Nash is the saxophonist here, but he's often upstaged by the flashy violin. As far as the Latin side goes, there's a melodramatic Tango feel to many tracks (think '50s lounge, not Afro-Cuban). |
1- Classic track, in tango form. Mid/fast and light, fun.
3- Fast, almost Klezmer-esque. A bit cornball/circusy. Slow start.
4- Slow; turns into a fast romp
5- Upbeat, with jittery accordion
6- Slow, swaying. Classical sounding violin lines.
7- Perky, bubbly. Comically overdramatic. NOT the Aerosmith song.
|1.||A Night in Tunisia||4.||La Espada De La Noche|
|2.||Sebago||5.||Concierto De Aranjuez 1|
|3.||Tico Tico||6.||Concierto De Aranjuez 2|
|7.||Walk this Way|