9 thoughts on “ Idaho - Buddy Rich - Kind Of Rich (CD, Album) ”
Jul 22, · Throughout, Rich is Rich—no compromises, pushing relentlessly and explosively. Why No Funny Hats is just surfacing now is a mystery. At the least it represents a welcome addition to the Buddy Rich canon, but clearly it also stands as a testament to a Missing: Idaho.
Feb 09, · Lightyear Entertainment and Lobitos Creek Ranch, in association with Scabeba Entertainment and the Buddy Rich Estate, have released the live album The Lost Tales featuring Buddy Rich and his Big.
The album opens with a fiery and impassioned performance of “Come Back To Me,” which swings to such extremes it has the audience squealing, and covers such material as the Bacharach/David classic “What The World Needs Now Is Love,” “What Kind Of Fool Am I,” and closes with the fantastic “Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Missing: Idaho.
The music on this CD, which features Buddy Rich's first big band, is worthwhile, but the packaging is lousy. There are barely 32 minutes worth of music; the brief liner notes incorrectly state that Ella Fitzgerald is heard (the one V-Disc she made with Rich is not included), and there is no mention of who is actually on these performances or when they were isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.cog: Idaho.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Kind Of Rich on Discogs. Label: House Of Jazz - ,T2 Entertainment - • Format: 10x, CD Album Box Set Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Cool Jazz, Vocal. Buddy Rich – Kind Of Rich Label: House Of Jazz.
Overlooked gem in the Rich catalog New One! CD music Out of print almost since its initial release until its re-release in the U.S. as a digitally mastered CD, this gem of a recording marks the Buddy Rich Band that figured prominently on the CBS summer replacement series that spawned the opening track "Away We Go" New One! buy CD music Drummers take note: legend has it that this is the album.
In , Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich recorded the collaboration album titled, "Krupa and Rich," which featured the song "Bernie's Tune," where they traded drum solos for a total of six minutes. From until his death, he led successful big bands in an era when their popularity had waned.