Offered for sale is an original U.S. blue vinyl stereo copy of Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus by the Vince Guaraldi Trio..
About this copy: This copy of Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus is a 1962 U.S. stereo pressing on the Fantasy label.
The cover is VG++ no wear, but a name and date (“Jean Todd 1-1963”) have been written in ballpoint pen on the back cover. There is also and address label for Ms. Todd on the back cover. The front cover has two stickers – one says “Bossa Nova Jazz” and the other says “Radial Stereo.”
The blue vinyl disc is VG++ on side one with a couple of inaudible hairlines. Side two is M-. There are a couple of spindle marks on the labels. Clean disc!
A beautiful copy of a classic LP that is usually found in poor condition.
Background: Known by the titles Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus as well as Cast Your Fate to the Wind, this 1962 album was the fourth album by Vince Guaraldi.
The title track reached #22 on the U.S. singles charts in 1962.
Here is Vince Guaraldi’s breakthrough album — musically, commercially, in every which way. After numerous records as a leader or sideman, for the first time a recognizable Guaraldi piano style emerges, with whimsical phrasing all his own, a madly swinging right hand and occasional boogie-influenced left hand, and a distinctive, throat-catching, melodic improvisational gift. …The whole album evokes the ambience of San Francisco’s jazz life in the 1960s as few others do — and such is this record’s appeal that even non-jazz and non-Latin music people have been grooving to this music ever since it came out.
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|Year of Release:||1962|