Bundle of Joy is an album recorded in 1977 by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was released on the Columbia label and features performances by Hubbard, Dorothy Ashby, Azar Lawrence and Ernie Watts. All compositions by Freddie Hubbard except as indicated. Portrait of Jennie" (Gordon Burdge, J. Russel Robinson). From Now On". "Tucson Stomp". I Don't Want to Lose You" (Thom Bell, Linda Creed). Freddie Hubbard: trumpet. Bobby Bryant: trumpet.
Here we have Joy Winter, formerly Joy Dorris, frontwoman for legendary Canadian HiNRG/disco band Lime. Well, for their live performances anyway. Lime originator Denyse LePage continued to record the female vocals for the group, but she, along with husband and co-founder Denis, decided in the 1980's to hire the younger and prettier Joy and male singer Chris Marsh for tour duty. After many years, the two finally did record vocals for Lime's Brand New Day album, but that was the end of the road. Joy has no doubt honed her instrument over the years, and the album retains it's trashy pop pleasures thanks in large part to the great production.
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Released with printed inner sleeve. May contain sticker listing some of the featured artists (see picture). Track A1 and B2 recorded and mixed at Red Gate Studio, Kent, New York. Track A2 and B3 recorded at CBS Recording Studios, New York, and mixed at Secret Sound, New York. Horns recorded at Secret Sound, New York. Tracks A3 and B1 recorded and mixed at The Automatt, San Francisco, CA. Track A4 recorded live at Denin Coliseum, Tokyo, summer of '78 and mixed at Secret Sound, New York. Track B4 recorded and mixed at CBS Recording Studios, New York. Mastered at Sterling Sound.
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The whole idea of doing a Joy Division tribute album seems to a thankless, nearly futile task. You are talking about a band that is so beloved amongst their fan base, and have such a special aura about them, that it would appear than any attempt to cover their songs would result in disappointment if not catastrophe. And yet, there are some very good performances on this album. Going up against the mythology and spectre of Joy Division is no small feat, and while the results are not necessarily essential to your CD collection there are some noteworthy moments on this disc and some downright excellent versions of JD tracks, like Low's lovely and stately take on "Transmission" which transforms Ian Curtis's dour post-punk delivery into a floating
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Regarding Joy Division’s use of the image, Craft said it was a total surprise. A Cornell astronomy professor he was friends with was the first to bring the album to his attention. I went to the record store and, son of a gun, there it was, Craft said. So I bought an album, and then there was a poster that I had of it, so I bought one of those, too, just for no particular reason, except that it’s my image, and I ought to have a copy of it. For further reading, Scientific American delves deep into the science of pulsars and the means by which the image was made.