Ricotti & Albuquerque First Wind VINYL LP FOX033 2020 reissue

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Ricotti & Albuquerque - First Wind VINYL LP

  FOX033  

 

Percussionist Frank Ricotti played in the National Youth Orchestra and was rated the UK’s
top vibraphonist during the late 1960s. In 1971, with guitarist Mike de Albuquerque, he cut
the multifaceted jazz album, First Wind, which alternated between experimental rock-
influenced jazz and thoughtful adaptations of work by James Taylor, John Sebastian and
Melanie Safka, with some surprising blues diversions too, such as Albuquerque’s “Go Out
And Get It.” However, Albuquerque soon joined ELO as a bassist, putting an end to the duo.

 

A1 Ratsa (Don't Know Why)
A2 Lo And Behold
A3 Go Out And Get It
A4 Don't You Believe Me
A5 New York Windy Day
B1 Bobo's Party
B2 Didn't Wanna Have To Do It
B3 Old Ben Houston
B4 The Wind Has No Love
B5 Give A Damn