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In A Mellow Tone - Ray Bryant Trio - Potpourri (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ In A Mellow Tone - Ray Bryant Trio - Potpourri (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Kerg says:
    Discogs: Vinyl, Potpourri. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(8).
  2. Akigore says:
    In a Mellow Tone is a studio album by Anita O'Day. Track listing. In a Mellow Tone" (Duke Ellington, Milt Gabler) – "On the Trail" (Harold Adamson, Ferde Grofé) – "The Man with a Horn" (Eddie DeLange, Jack Jenney, Bonnie Lake) – "Once in a .
  3. Daramar says:
    A rootsy session by soul jazz piano legend Ray Bryant – recorded in New York in , with a trio that includes Major Holley on bass and Panama Francis on drums! The folks at Black & Blue had a real feel for a session like this in the 70s – and the overall style is kind of a blend of the styles that Ray was using at Columbia and Sue Records during the early 60s, with a bit more of a.
  4. Shacage says:
    Ray Bryant rolls out his blues piano, one of the most satisfying sounds in jazz, and the rhythm section lay down a healthy beat. Disc 2 starts with ten tracks from the session 'Count Basie Presents The Eddie Davis Trio Plus Joe Newman' from /5(7).
  5. Shabei says:
    2 Somebody Loves Me In A Mellow Tone 8 3 Blues For Rene There's No You 9 The music is classic Coleman Hawkins, as advertised, & the recording quality is fine but somebody really screwed up in sequencing the discs, since the titles on discs 2 & 3 do follow the original LP. It's just that they're all wrong after the first one/5(27).
  6. Kikora says:
    to talk in a mellow voice. The act of tear gassing peaceful protestors with OC gas and then trying to gaslight your way out of it by saying that it was just a gas that causes tears, not tear gas.
  7. Mozragore says:
    Photographer: Phil Stern. Ray Bryant's fifth and final album for Pablo (all are quite worthwhile) features his trio which also includes bassist Jimmy Rowser and drummer Mickey Roker. It is a pity that this excellent session is not yet available on CD for it is a Price: $
  8. Diran says:
    March 9, Grammy-winning pianist Bill Cunliffe has worked on all different types of projects, and is known for having an affinity for Latin jazz. On Sunrise Over Moloka’i, Bill deviates from the predictable, and sets his musical sights on Hawaii, even completing his trio with Bruce Hamada (bass) and Darryl Pellegrini (drums), who both call Hawaii home.

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