October 2

Man Of Moods - Cecil Payne - Patterns Of Jazz (Vinyl, LP, Album)



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Posted 08.12.2019 by Dagis in category "Alternative

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  1. By JoJoramar on
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  2. By Mezticage on
    Coltrane, John - Dakar [Vinyl] - adadertatreitingfulipacourmosus.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search.
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  3. By Voodoobei on
    A warmly crafted set that features Cecil Payne at the height of his powers on baritone sax – blowing with a sense of soul and timing that's right up there with some of the hipper tenor players of his generation! Payne's sound on the instrument is amazingly precise and wonderfully fluid – blown beautifully in two different settings for the album – one in a quartet with Duke.
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  4. By Brajora on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Patterns Of Jazz on Discogs.
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  5. By Sazil on
    Artist Release Name adadertatreitingfulipacourmosus.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Cecil Payne: Zodiac (The Music Of Cecil Payne) SES Strata-East: LP, Album, Stereo, US: Cecil Payne.
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  6. By Voodoolkis on
    This is the first Trane LP I ever owned. Back in '60 I saw it in a record shop window. Then I heard this tenor on late nite (bebop)radio, made a (mental) connection, and bought the record that week. It was Trane, but a different record. He's been here ever since. Dakar uses TWO baritones (Pepper Adams,Cecil Payne) for a deep, afro theme and mood/5(27).
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  7. By Samukazahn on
    When The World Was One by Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra, released 16 June 1. When The World Was One 2. A Far Away Place 3. Falling Water 4. Patterns 5. Kiyomizu-Dera 6. Sagano Bamboo Forest 7. Tribute To Alice Coltrane.
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  8. By Gocage on
    For several reasons, Dakar occupies a sweet spot in John Coltrane s discography of the s. The album places him in the context of two other saxophonists, baritone players, Cecil Payne and Pepper Adams, and a rhythm section comprised of Prestige all-stars Mal Waldron on piano, Doug Watkins on bass, and Art Taylor on drums/5(27).
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  9. By Julkree on
    Recorded May 19 (A1-A4) & 22 (B1-B4), in Hackensack, NJ Labels say "The Depths Of Jazz" instead of "Patterns Of Jazz" Originally issued in as Cecil Payne Quartet And Quintet (Signal S /5(2).
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