Bob Summers Quintet With Lanny Morgan, Frank Strazzeri, John Heard And Chuck Flores - Inside Out album flac
Title: Inside Out
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Art Pepper Quartet, Art Pepper Quintet, Bill Perkins - James Clay Quintet, Bob Summers Quintet, Don Menza & His '80s Big Band, Don Rader Quintet, Frank Strazzeri Sextet, Frank Strazzeri Trio, Hank De Mano Quartet, John Tirabasso Quartet, Lennie Niehaus Quintet, Oliver Nelson's Big Band, Terry Gibbs Quintet, The Bill Perkins Big Band, The Bill Perkins Quartet, The Conte Candoli - Med Flory Quintet, The Don Menza Sextet, The Herb Ellis Quintet, The Red Mitchell - Harold Land Quintet, The Woody James Septet, Woodwinds West. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Frank Strazzeri. Bob Summers Quintet With Lanny Morgan, Frank Strazzeri, John Heard And Chuck Flores - Inside Out (LP).
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Frank Morgan (December 23, 1933 – December 14, 2007) was a jazz saxophonist with a career spanning more than 50 years. He mainly played alto saxophone but also played soprano saxophone. He was known as a Charlie Parker successor who primarily played bebop and ballads. Frank Morgan was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1933, but spent most of his childhood living with his grandmother in Milwaukee, Wisconsin while his parents were on tour
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Tenorman Don Menza's regular sextet of the late 1970s (which also includes trumpeter Chuck Findley, trombonist Bill Reichenbach, pianist Frank Strazzeri, bassist Frank De La Rosa and drummer John Dentz) is heard in fine form on two Ellington/Strayhorn standards and originals by Menza, pianist Frank Strazzeri and Marc Levin.
Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Albert Ayler, the Velvet Underground, Eric Dolphy, Dusty Springfield, and the other artists who changed music forever. In it, Donovan Leitch transformed from the Scottish Bob Dylan into the Sunshine Superman, a paisley-clad and permed psychedelic who wrote fables about rotund angels, Arthurian queens, and Sunset Strip nightclubs where Fellini dream women danced with sequins in their hair. Donovan drew his formula from Celtic mythology, hillbilly American folk, Indian sitar ragas, Beat poetry, and the occasional bongo solo. The 20-year-old gypsy also conscripted future Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones as session men on the title track, which soared to No. 1 in the United States. The fifth album from the Chicago-born pianist Andrew Hill catapulted him to the top tier of forward-looking jazz composers of the ’60s.
|A2||There Will Never Be Another You||4:20|
|A3||For Heaven's Sake||7:18|
|B2||One For Yardbird||4:17|
|B3||J. R.'s Tune||5:58|