New Lalo Schifrin "Ins And Outs" And "Lalo Live At The Blue Note", Street Date: April 22, 2003


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FEATURING: Lalo Schifrin, Jon Faddis, Ray Drummond, Grady Tate, Dick Oats, Andy Simpkins, Earl Palmer Sr., Sam Most, Paulinho Da Costa

Ins and Outs was recorded in Hollywood in 1982, and Lalo Live at the Blue Note was recorded twenty years later at the legendary club in New York. All the influences are heard in this album the Latin rhythms, the years he spent with Gillespie, and some work from his years as film composer.

Lalo Schifrin has combined the results of two separate quintet recordings to remind his listeners that before the many film and tv scores, his masterminding of “Jazz Meets the Symphony" series, and his many classical works, he was and always has been a jazz pianist. The moods and flavors show the wide range that we have come to expect from Schifrin's work, both in playing and composing, and the musicians surrounding him are among the world's finest jazz players.


1. CHANO 14:09 (Lalo Schifrin), 2. RITUAL 14:22 (Lalo Schifrin)

Nos. 3 - 10 are from INS AND OUTS, recorded March 29, 30, 1982 at Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood

3. INS AND OUTS 5:06 (Lalo Schifrin), 4. CON ALMA 5:14 (Dizzy Gillespie), 5. LOVE POEM FOR DONNA 5:07 (Lalo Schifrin), 6. DOWN HERE ON THE GROUND 4:44 (Lalo Schifrin, Gale Garnett), 7. MANTECA 4:18 (Dizzy Gillespie, Walter Fuller, Luciano Gonzales), 8. PARAPHRASE 4:17 (Lalo Schifrin), 9. BRAZILIAN IMPRESSIONS 4:32 (based on Bachianas Brasilieras #5 by Villa Lobos), 10. THE FOX 5:14 (Lalo Schifrin)

Recorded live at the Blue Note in New York on July 25, 2002:

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