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8 thoughts on “ Afro Blue - Various - 60 Years Of Cool (CD)

  1. Vir
    Afro Blue Monk album for sale Randy Klein s duos with Alex Skolnick and Boris Kozlov take the art of duet playing to new musical heights with beautiful melodies, harmonies, and grooves. This album features lush improvisations, revealing a beautiful musical journey that penetrates the soul on .
  2. Grosho
    One of the greatest jazz vocal albums of all time – and one of the first true moments of genius from a young Dee Dee Bridgewater! The album's a Japanese only release (proof that they're always hipper to our jazz artists than we are!) – and it features Dee Dee singing material that's quite different than her later R&B-inflected sides from the late 70s – very soaring and.
  3. Mira
    If you're throwing a 'Retro-Retro 60's' party, this is the CD for it; bring your pink 'Palm Beach' sport coat and your madras shorts. Forgive me, Mongo. I've just listened to Greatest Hits for the first time in more than ten years (other than the Afro Blue cut) and have had to reevaluate what was my uninformed and decidedly incorrect review /5(33).
  4. Zulkigar
    Mongo Santamaria recorded his composition "Afro Blue" in when playing with the Cal Tjader Sextet. The first recorded performance was on April 20, , at the Sunset Auditorium in Carmel, California, with Santamaría on percussion. "Afro Blue" was the first jazz standard built on a typical African cross-rhythm, or hemiola. The song begins with the bass repeatedly playing six cross.
  5. Tokazahn
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Afro Blue, Vol. 2: The Roots and Rhythms - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Delving into jazz's heritage, Afro Blue Volume 2.
  6. Mezisida
    Find similar albums to Heavy Flute: Funky Flute Grooves from the 60s and 70s - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  7. Kigaktilar
    Half of the tracks on this CD doesn't worth the pay, but I can rescue a couple, the chillin "Bruja" from los Amigos invisbles, folky bossa sound of "afro blue" (susana baca) and the upbeat "The Rain" (from the Latin band Si-sé). A CD for Collectors only, despite that, I will keep it just becuase of the tunes I mentioned above.3/5(3).

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