Pete Jolly - Seasons - Green [Colored Vinyl] [Clear Vinyl] (Grn) [Remastered] [Reissue]


Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 04/05/2024
UPC: 826853263627

Seasons - Green [Colored Vinyl] [Clear Vinyl] (Grn) [Remastered] [Reissue]
Artist: Pete Jolly
Format: Vinyl


1. Leaves
2. Younger Than Springtime
3. Bees
4. Rainbows
5. Plummer Park
6. Springs
7. Seasons
8. Sand Storm
9. Autumn Festival
10. Prairie Road
11. The Indian's Summer
12. Pete Jolly

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Organic, electric, freeform. Pete Jolly's Seasons is comprised of melodies and textures composed live and without pretense-it's grooves contain a complete and divine listening experience that surpasses all others of the era in which it was originally released, coming as close to transcendent musical meditation incarnate as one could possibly imagine. Seasons is an unsung masterpiece of ensemble groove and stellar musicianship, equally unsurpassed and inspired in it's quiet excellence. While Seasons never had significant commercial success upon it's release, it has since amassed a cult following, leading collectors to pay top dollar for copies of the rare record. Out of print since 1971, it has only been reissued once on CD. In his liner notes accompanying this release, Dave Segal puts the album's massive demand in perspective: "British label owner Jonny Trunk put up an original pressing of the LP for sale for an undisclosed but large sum on Instagram in January 2023, and it sold in five minutes. With Seasons back in circulation, maybe Pete Jolly will finally gain the broader audience that his phenomenal skills merit," writes Segal. "If nothing else, it serves as a valuable lesson to artists: venturing outside of your comfort zone can bring the most interesting, enduring results." Remastered from the original analog master tapes by Kevin Gray at Coherent Mastering, this record not only foreshadows the roots of hip-hop but manages to embody the richness of a full album listening experience that few records can offer. It's timeless appeal is rare-and it's dynamic range sets it apart as an album that straddles both the jazz and pop worlds in a way that almost no others can. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the changing and complex colors of Seasons for the first time ever since it's initial release.