October 2

Wail - Al Haig - Parisian Thoroughfare (Vinyl, LP, Album)



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Posted 10.01.2020 by Shakagore in category "Alternative

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Dougore on
    AL HAIG TRIO - INVITATION: Fine piano trio LP from with Kenny Clarke and Gilbert Rovère, including a great bossa jazz-y version of "Invitation"! Record in great shape, cover has light ring wear and a few lamination bubbles. UK original, Spotlite AH4.
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  2. By Mezishura on
    ** also released on New Jazz NJLP entitled "Jackie McLean - Lights Out".Prestige PR entitled "Jackie McLean, Donald Byrd, Elmo Hope, Doug Watkins, Arthur Taylor - Lights Out!Original Jazz Classics OJC, OJCCD ** part of Prestige P
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  3. By Tujora on
    This disc places (pre-Rahsaan)Roland Kirk's session Kirk's Work, the multi-instrumentalist's second album after one for Argo (Cadet) together with a prime, Jaki Byard LP on which Kirk was a sideman called The Jaki Byard Experience. This was a way Prestige (then owned by Fantasy Records) of packaging its techteningluakarlumarrifusupatribb.coinfo: $
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  4. By Vudomuro on
    Not west coast, but "best coast" jazz – a prime example of the way the Clifford Brown/ Max Roach team helped to cook up the intensity of the LA scene of the 50s by infusing it with a bit of New York fire! The album takes off in the extended mode of Clifford's All Stars album – and like that one, features Max Roach on drums alongside a lineup of players that includes Herb Geller and Joe.
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  5. By Tusar on
    [obsolete] Musica Records, 39 Rue Huguerie, Bordeaux. [l] Label. Edit Label.
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  6. By Guhn on
    Jan 01,  · The Jazz Albums That Shook The World Wednesday, January 1, Not just another “greatest jazz albums” list of favourite recordings and biggest sellers but a fully annotated look at the albums that actually changed jazz, changed lives .
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  7. By Faek on
    Mercury Records (founded around , New York; Irving Green, Berle Adams and Arthur Talmadge), record company and label. Mercury Records Catalog: EmArcy series www. jazzdisco. org.
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  8. By Fenrik on
    Parisian Thoroughfare (Bud Powell) So Sorry Please (Bud Powell) bebop pioneer released a classic album Bud Powell in Paris. Playing off of that album’s title, you could argue that Rene’ Urtreger was the Bud Powell of Paris, as his touch, drive, verve and song selection shows that he deeply imbibed from Powell’s well.
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