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THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF EL CHICO
Chico Hamilton
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 2, 1966

Jerome Richardson (f,as); Charlie Mariano (as); Gabor Szabo (g); Ron Carter (b); Chico Hamilton (d); Victor Pantoja, Willie Bobo (perc).

a. (90545) Manilla (Chico Hamilton) - 4:45
b. (90546) The Shadow of Your Smile  
     (F. Webster/J. Mandel) - 2:53
c. (90547) Stella by Starlight 
    
(V. Young/N. Washington) - 4:50
d. (90548) My Romance (Rodgers & Hart) - 2:50

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 2, 1966
Gabor Szabo (g); Ron Carter (b); Chico Hamilton (d); Victor Pantoja, Willie Bobo (per).

e. (90549) Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody
     Needs Me)
(A. Newley/L. Bricusse) - 3:35
f. (90554) Evil Eye (Gabor Szabo) - 3:15

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: May 5, 1966
Jimmy Cheatam (tb); Danny Bank (pic); Jerome Richardson (f,as); Charlie Mariano (as); Gabor Szabo (g); Richard Davis (b); Chico Hamilton (d); Victor Pantoja, Willie Bobo (perc).

g. (90542) That Boy With The Long Hair 
    
(Chico Hamilton) - 4:10
h. (90543) Monday, Monday (John Phillips) - 2:23

same, add Clark Terry (tp). 

i. (90550) Daydream (John B. Sebastian) - 2:10
j. (90551) Got My Mojo Working (But It Just
     Won't Work On You)
(M. Morganfield) 3:05

Note: While the recording date of "Evil Eye" is listed in the Impulse master listings as May 5, it is probably a May 2 recording as the LP's sleeve indicates.

Issues: a-j on Impulse A(S)-9114, Impulse IPX 317 (R2R), Impulse (Jap) MVCJ-19161 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCI-9175 [CD]. 
Singles: h (edit) & e (edit) on Impulse 45-249 [45]. 
Samplers: a & g also on Impulse AS-9213-2 titled CHICO HAMILTON: HIS GREAT HITS (issued 1971). e & f also on Impulse (Jap) SR 3008 titled GABOR SZABO and Impulse AS-9174 and MCA Impulse 29038 titled THE BEST OF CHICO HAMILTON (issued 1968). f also on Impulse AS-9204-2 and MCA Impulse 2-4155 titled GABOR SZABO: HIS GREAT HITS (issued 1971). j also on Affinity AFF190 titled BAZ FE JAZZ PRESENTS JAZZ DANCE 5: IMPULSIVE! (issued 1988). 
Producer: Bob Thiele
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Nat Hentoff

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