Ray Bryant - Solo Live In Tokyo - Plays Blues And Boogie album flac
Title: Solo Live In Tokyo - Plays Blues And Boogie
MP3 album: 1497 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Blues
Hammond also paired Bryant with singer Aretha Franklin for the album Aretha: With The Ray Bryant Combo in 1960. Bryant's style was initially influenced by pianists Art Tatum and Teddy Wilson, but blues and gospel elements soon grew stronger in his playing. Bryant was not known as an innovator, but had a readily recognisable style of his own. Bryant said that he liked to transfer elements of the Count Basie Orchestra to the piano. Solo Live in Tokyo – Plays Blues and Boogie. Solo piano; in concert.
Ray Bryant (p) Album：" Ray Bryant, Solo Live In Tokyo- Plays Blues And Boogie " Recorded：Live at ' TUC ', Tokyo, October 18,1995. 471. Radio stations where the song sounded. United States of America 56.
Plays Blues and Ballads is a bop music live album recording by RAY BRYANT released in 1991 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Plays Blues and Ballads Contents.
BPM Profile Plays Blues and Ballads. Album starts at 109BPM, ends at 76BPM (-33), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ray Bryant. Alone With the Blues.
Plays Basie and Ellington. This was the first new music of Ray Bryant's to be released in seven years although his EmArcy album Ray Bryant Trio Today was actually recorded two days earlier. Pianist Bryant (along with bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Freddie Waits) performs four songs associated with Count Basie (including Neal Hefti's obscure "Teddy The Toad"), his own "Blues For Basie," five Duke Ellington tunes (including a three-song ballad medley) and Mercer Ellington's "Things Ain't What They Used To B. Although it is a shame that ("Teddy" excepted) Bryant stuck to fairly obvious material (particularly on the Ellington half of the program), his typically swinging and soulful renditions are always fun to hear.
Montreux Jazz Festival", Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland, July 13, 1977. 2620-104 Various Artists - . In Tokyo - Live At The Nichigeki Theatre. Roy Eldridge, Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Bill Harris, trombone; Benny Carter, Willie Smith, alto sax; Flip Phillips, Ben Webster, tenor sax; Oscar Peterson, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; . Nichigeki Theatre", Tokyo, Japan, November 4, 7 & 8, 1953. Introduction By Norman Granz. Jam Session Blues (as Tokyo Blues). Heard Drum Solo (as Up). Cottontail.
Born in Philadelphia, Ray Bryant began playing the piano at the age of six, also performing on bass in junior high school. He turned professional before his age of majority. Bryant's brothers were the bass player Tommy Bryant (May 21, 1930 – March 1, 1982) and Len Bryant, who plays drums and is also a singer. Later life and career. In 1948-49 Bryant toured with guitarist Tiny Grimes. He was house pianist at the Blue Note club in Philadelphia from 1953 to 1956, accompanying many other leading players such as Lester Young, Jo Jones, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Sonny Stitt. In the Back Room released: 2008. Here's Ray Bryant released: 2006. Solo Flight released: 1996. Alone With the Blues released: 1996. Plays Blues and Ballads released: 1991. Montreux '77 released: 1989. Golden Earrings released: 1988.
|2||C. C. Rider||7:58|
|3||Take The A Train||4:05|
|4||Gee Blues / Willow Weep For Me||6:41|
|6||Georgia On My Mind||5:53|
|7||Black And Blue||6:04|
|8||In The Backroom||4:37|
|11||St. Louis Blues||7:12|
- Distributed By – PolyGram K.K.
- Executive-Producer – Kazuhiko Yanagida
- Mastered By – Kiyoshi Tokiwa
- Piano – Ray Bryant
- Producer – Ray Bryant