Innocence is a studio album by American pianist Kenny Barron which was recorded in 1978 and first released on the Wolf label. All music composed by Kenny Barron except where noted. Kenny Barron – keyboards. Jimmy Owens – trumpet (tracks 4 & 5). Sonny Fortune – alto saxophone (tracks 1-3). Buster Williams – bass (tracks 1-3). Gary King – electric bass (tracks 4 & 5). Brian Brake (tracks 4 & 5), Ben Riley (tracks 1-3) – drums. Rafael Cruz (tracks 1-3), Billy Hart (tracks 4 & 5) - percussion.
Kenny Barron – Innocence. Label: Wolf Records – WOLF 1203. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1978. Keyboards, Arranged By – Kenny Barron. Percussion – Billy Hart (tracks: B2, B3), Rafael Cruz (tracks: A1, A2, B1). Producer – Joel Dorn. Saxophone – Sonny Fortune (tracks: A1, A2, B1). Trumpet – Jimmy Owens (tracks: B2, B3). Notes. Recorded and Mixed at Regent Sound Studios, New York, NY.
This is a 1978 album with Kenny Barron on both rhodes and acoustic piano, ripped from vinyl and donated to the blog by swboy, who also gave us the Brasil : Samba Bossa MPB compilation back in July. I think this one is a first for the blogosphere. 1978's "Innocence" features four of Barron's own compositions and one by trumpeter Jimmy Owens. Barron himself plays rhodes, acoustic piano and minimal string synth in a sparser grouping than on "Lucifer", with the latin elements of his keyboard style back at the forefront. For the most part, he's working here with musicians that he'd begun associations with in the preceding few years.
More albums from Kenny Barron: The Traveler by Kenny Barron. At The Piano by Kenny Barron. The Art Of Three by Kenny Barron. Autumn In New York by Kenny Barron. View all albums . Innocence. More albums from Kenny Barron: The Traveler by Kenny Barron. About.
Innocence (Kenny Barron album). Studio album by Kenny Barron.
Kenny Barron – Innocence (1978) Written by bluesever Wednesday, 02 November 2011 19:55 - Last Updated Saturday, 03 January 2015 09:49. Kenny Barron – Innocence (1978). Lateef's album The Centaur and the Phoenix (1960) was Kenny Barron's first modern jazz recording project - not as a performer (Joe Zawinul was the pianist on this date) but as composer and arranger. His recording debut as an improvising artist took place shortly after he moved to New York in 1961 and cut the first of many albums with his brother, who often aligned himself with two graduates of the Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop, trumpeter Ted Curson and saxophonist. 1/3. Kenny Barron – Innocence (1978)
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|WOLF 1203||Kenny Barron||Innocence (LP, Album)||Wolf Records||WOLF 1203||US||1978|
|WOLF 1203, 1203||Kenny Barron||Innocence (LP, Album, Promo)||Wolf Records, Wolf Records||WOLF 1203, 1203||US||1978|
|CDSOL-5619||Kenny Barron||Innocence (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Solid Records||CDSOL-5619||Japan||2016|
|UVPR-10068||Kenny Barron||Innocence (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Solid Records||UVPR-10068||Japan||2018|