1971 Harold Land – Choma (Burn)

Choma (Burn) is an album by American saxophonist Harold Land recorded in 1971 for the Mainstream label.

Harold de Vance Land (December 18, 1928 – July 27, 2001) was an American hard bop and post-bop tenor saxophonist. Land developed his hard bop playing with the Max Roach/Clifford Brown band into a personal, modern style; often rivalling Clifford Brown’s instrumental ability with his own inventive and whimsical solos. His tone was strong and emotional, yet hinted at a certain introspective fragility.

Tracks

1  Choma (Burn) (Harold Land) 09:58
2  Our Home (William Henderson) 06:00
3  Black Cactus (Harold Land) 10:06
4  Up And Down (Harold Land) 10:50

Media

Musicians

1 Choma (Burn)

Double BassReggie Johnson
DrumsLeon Chancler
DrumsWoody Theus
PianoHarold Land Jr
Electric PianoWilliam Henderson
PianoWilliam Henderson
SaxHarold Land
MarimbaBobby Hutcherson
VibraphoneBobby Hutcherson


2 Our Home

Double BassReggie Johnson
DrumsLeon Chancler
DrumsWoody Theus
PianoHarold Land Jr
Electric PianoWilliam Henderson
PianoWilliam Henderson
SaxHarold Land
MarimbaBobby Hutcherson
VibraphoneBobby Hutcherson


3 Black Cactus

Double BassReggie Johnson
DrumsLeon Chancler
DrumsWoody Theus
PianoHarold Land Jr
Electric PianoWilliam Henderson
PianoWilliam Henderson
SaxHarold Land
MarimbaBobby Hutcherson
VibraphoneBobby Hutcherson


4 Up And Down

Double BassReggie Johnson
DrumsLeon Chancler
DrumsWoody Theus
PianoHarold Land Jr
Electric PianoWilliam Henderson
PianoWilliam Henderson
SaxHarold Land
MarimbaBobby Hutcherson
VibraphoneBobby Hutcherson

Liner Notes

Producer – Bob Shad

Design – Ruby Mazur’s Art Department
Photography By – Dick Sandres