Cristo Redentor (album)

1968 studio album by Harvey Mandel / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cristo Redentor is the debut album by Harvey Mandel. Richie Unterberger of AllMusic writes that "Mandel's debut remains his best early work."[1] John Tobler wrote in the liner notes of the CD that Mandel "was good enough to be invited to audition for The Rolling Stones and he worked with John Mayall and Canned Heat - but it is for this Cristo Redentor album, and particularly for the utterly classic Wade in the Water that he will be remembered."[2] This album is completely instrumental with the exception of the title track where soprano Jacqueline May Allen, joined by Carolyn Willis, Edna Wright and Julia Tillman Waters, blend their wordless voices as if another instrument.

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Cristo Redentor
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Released1968
GenreRock, jazz
Length45:14
LabelPhilips
ProducerAbe Kesh (believed to be)
Harvey Mandel chronology
Cristo Redentor
(1968)
Righteous
(1969)
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