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Time After Time - Wallace Roney - Crunchin (CD, Album)

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  1. Faezragore
    Performers Lionel Hampton (vibes) Wallace Roney (trumpet) Ravi Coltrane (tenor sax) Kuni Mikami (piano) Ron Carter (Double Bass) Roy Haynes (drums) Composers Jule Styne Sammy Cahn Date of recording at about
  2. Kagor
    Discogs: CD, Crunchin'. 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(3).
  3. JoJojind
    In the summer of , Miles Davis did what he said he would never do: revisit the past. Joined by a large orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones at that year's Montreux Jazz Festival (only a couple months before his death), Miles is seen performing Gil Evans arrangements from the Birth of the Cool band and the three famous albums Miles Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain.
  4. Zular
    Robert Irving III (born October 27, ) is an American pianist, composer, arranger and music educator.. A native of Chicago, Irving was one of a group of young Chicago musicians that in the late '70s and early '80s formed the nucleus of Miles Davis' recording and touring bands. Irving left the Davis band in , and has gone on to a prolific career as touring musician, composer, arranger.
  5. Dataxe
    A Place In Time (CD) Wallace Roney Understanding (CD) Wallace Roney Home (CD) Wallace Roney If Only For One Night (CD) Wallace Roney No Room For Argument (CD) Wallace Roney View More. Label Releases. The Art Of Intimacy, Vol. 1 (CD) Jeremy Pelt Eric Alexander With Strings (CD).
  6. Tujin
    For The Love Of Music CD music Liner notes written by Harold Courlander include directions on how to play various ring games The album is an attempt to counter the stereotypes of black music that were popular in America during the middle of the 20th century.
  7. Vilmaran
    The tracks from Tutu () and Amandla (), both produced by Miller with Tommy LiPuma, have not been improved by the passage of time; indeed, they sound even more pedestrian in than they did two decades years ago, their rhythms leaden, their arrangements the sound of non-surprise, and Davis' solos, too much of the time, noodling and.
  8. Dugore
    Chris Montez Time After Time album was a quick follow-up to his The More I See You/Call Me LP in , the singer's entry into the world of easy listening music. Here, Tommy LiPuma, Herb Alpert, and Marshall Leib all produce the year-old singer, Alpert and LiPuma collaborating on the title track, a Top 40 remake of Frank Sinatra's Top.

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