Les DeMerle - Transfusion album
Transfusion (Digitally Remastered). The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Essential Media Group").
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Les DeMerle – Transfusion. Label: Toledo – INT 14. 11. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Doug Norwine.
Transfusion (LP, Album, RE). Toledo. Transfusion (CD, Album, RE). P-Vine Records.
Drummer Les DeMerle formed Transfusion to record this fusion album in 1976. The band's excursion down the fusion road is done with more imagination and with better results than achieved by other groups that followed the same route. The play list, composed and/or arranged by members of the group, manages to avoid the rhythmic rut many of those playing fusion fell into. One outstanding example is where DeMerle redefines fusion on "Gypsy Rondo.
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Album · 1975 · 6 Songs. Transfusion One Les DeMerle Transfusion.
Lester William DeMerle (born November 4, 1946, Brooklyn) is an American jazz drummer, vocalist, and bandleader. DeMerle first picked up drums at age ten. He studied drums and percussion with Bob Livingstone in New York from 1960 to 1965, jammed with Lionel Hampton and Gene Krupa when he was 15, and played at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
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|A2||Canned Heat Suite||7:01|
Percussion – Les Carter , Les DeMerle, Onike, Rex Robinson, Robby Robinson*
|B3||Funk It! If You Can't Take A Joke||5:05|
- Recorded At – Gold Star Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Doug Norwine
- Drums – Les DeMerle
- Electric Bass [Fender] – Rex Robinson
- Engineer – Don Snyder
- Guest, Acoustic Bass – John B. Williams*
- Guest, Bass Trombone – Raul De Souza
- Guest, Chapman Stick [Electric Stick] – Emmett Chapman
- Guest, Piano – Milcho Leviev
- Guest, Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Nolan Smith
- Guitar – Danny Brin
- Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Organ, Synthesizer [Mini Moog, Polymoog, Oberheim] – Robby Robinson*
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – John Phillips
- Vocals – Onike
NotesRecorded at Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, California, Nov. 16th & Dec. 6th, 1977.
|DR 1020||Les DeMerle||Transfusion (LP, Album)||Dobre Records||DR 1020||US||1978|
|PCD-22085||Les DeMerle||Transfusion (CD, Album, RE)||P-Vine Records||PCD-22085||Japan||2004|
|INT 147.511||Les DeMerle||Transfusion (LP, Album, RE)||Toledo||INT 147.511||Germany||1980|