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Warren Kime

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Artist:

Warren Kime

Title:

Brass Impact

Released: 1967
Label: Command
Catalog: RS 910 SD
Genre: Jazz / Big Band
T R A C K L I S T:
01 Mas Que Nada (Pow, Pow, Pow)
02 Eleanor Rigby
03 The Breeze And I
04 One Note Samba
05 Mr. Lucky
06 Baubles, Bangles & Beads
07 In The Still Of The Night
08 Brasilia
09 The Sweetest Sounds
10 What Now My Love
11 Prelude To A Kiss
12 A Foggy Day
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Warren Kime: Explosive Brass Impact (1968)

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ITEM# SR-RS919SD
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Artist:

Warren Kime

Title:

Explosive Brass Impact

Released: 1968
Label: Command
Catalog: RS 919 SD
Genre: Jazz / Big Band
T R A C K L I S T:
01 No Moon At All
02 Georgy Girl
03 It's All Right With Me
04 The Gentle Rain
05 A Man And A Woman
06 Laia Ladaia (Reza)
07 Feeling Good
08 Everybody Loves My Baby
09 So In Love
10 So What's New
11 Get Out Of Town
12 The Constant Rain (Chove Chuva)
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Warren Kime - Brass Impact-Goin' Somewhere [Command RS 935 SD] (1968)

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Artist:

Warren Kime

Title:

Brass Impact-Goin' Somewhere

Released: 1968
Label: Command
Catalog: RS 935 SD
Genre: Jazz / Big Band
T R A C K L I S T:
01 Song Of India
02 The Japanese Sandman
03 Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand)
04 Volare
05 Goin' Someplace
06 It's A Big Wide Wonderful World
07 Istanbul (Not Constantinople
08 On My Mind
09 Tequila
10 Let's Get Away From It All
11 Cielito Lindo
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by Tony Wilds [allmusic.com]

Warren Kime, an orchestra leader, trumpeter, flügelhornist, and arranger from Chicago, brought a tape to Command and subsequently made a startling debut on a major record label. He made three unique, exciting Brass Impact records: Brass Impact, Explosive Brass Impact, and Goin' Someplace!. Each had three major horn groups (trumpet, flügelhorn, and trombone). Each also had, in addition to brass and woodwinds, modern rhythm and even the "wordless choruses" associated with Esquivel and Bob Thompson. These were supplied by three women, one of whom was Donna Kime, Warren's wife.

Kime's "Brass Choir" was one of the earliest, most assured, and definitive of the late-'60s exponents of the "mod" sound typified by Bob Crewe's treatment of Music to Watch Girls By. Take Herb Alpert, strip out most of the Latin elements, sublood_sweat_tearsitute the perky madness of Esquivel's chorus, and you have Brass Impact. It does have impact. At times, particularly in some treatments of then-popular sambas, Kime achieves the bombast of Quincy Jones' and Roland Kirk's classic "Soul Bossa Nova," but without the soul. Fortunately, Kime seems to have caught Command between its fascinations with stereo and quadrophonic channel separation; here the focus simply is on developing the "now sound" with easy listening for parents of the Woodstock generation. ABC/Command issued a two-fer in 1973 titled Dynamic Brass Impact.
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