October 2

Soft Shoulder - The Don Sickler Quintet* - Reflections (CD, Album)

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Posted 25.09.2019 by Faurisar in category "Opera


  1. By JoJojinn on
    Soft Shoulder - Lonnie Hillyer Swing (medium up) Tomorrow - Lonnie Hillyer Swing (medium) A fearless soloist armed with a crackling tone and keen melodic invention, Lonnie Hillyer is best known for his work with bassist/band leader Charles Mingus.
  2. By Mazragore on
    Quintet/Sextet. Quintet (front line recorded in octaves, unison or with minimal harmony) Quintet (separate front line parts) Sextet (front line recorded in octaves or unison) Sextet (separate front line parts) Piano Corner. Piano Solo Transcriptions; Piano Melody Transcriptions; Piano Comping Voicings; Piano Rhythmic Comping; Arrangements for.
  3. By Jushura on
    Find Michael Cuscuna credit information on AllMusic. A DJ, writer, and music entrepreneur; also produced and signed major jazz and pop artists in the '60s and '70s.
  4. By Faujar on
    Jan 04,  · "Bird's Nest"a Rouse original that has no relation to the Charlie Parker recording of the same nameends the album in cheerful, swinging fashion. Most of the ear-tickling arrangements are by Don Sickler, and demonstrate the authority that small-group jazz can have when done right.5/5(4).
  5. By Darisar on
    Rudy Van Gelder was, quite simply, the greatest recording engineer in jazz history. He was responsible for just about every session on the Blue Note label from to (among thousands of others),.
  6. By Grojin on
    Soft Shoulder Composed By – Lonnie Hillyer: 3: I Don't Composed By – Miles Davis: 4: Gone But Not Forgotten Composed By – Tommy Turrentine: 5: The Grand Valse Composed By – Booker Little: 6: Song For Richard Composed By – Joe Gordon: 7: Swing Spring Composed By – Miles Davis: 8: Politely Composed 5/5(1).
  7. By Tunos on
    HighNote CD Don Sickler Reflections $ Order: REFLECTIONS, trumpeter Don Sickler's fifth record as a leader and first for HighNote, celebrates the great music of the post-bop era by tributing six trumpet masters who helped define the sound and style of their times and beyond.
  8. By Mikakasa on
    Don Sickler albums He's a fast, flurrying, multitalented veteran, and it's great to hear him sound so vital. Don Sickler often plays foil on trumpet, as does Ray Drummond on bass. His catholic chops, though, haven't kept Spaulding from mining a pretty standard approach to melody--which he clearly loves.
  9. By Galrajas on
    Oct 05,  · Don Sickler “Soft Shoulder” — Reflections PM: Chico Hamilton “Lady Gabor” — Man From Two Worlds: 1 PM Hour, October 5, PM: Gary Burton (The New Gary Burton Quartet) “Did You Get It?” — Common Ground PM: Curtis Stigers “You Inspire Me” — You Inspire Me PM: Bob Florence - Limited Edition.

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