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Al Grey - Me N' Jack mp3 album

  • Performer: Al Grey
  • Title: Me N' Jack
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: MP1 ASF FLAC DXD WAV ADX VOC
  • Released: 1996
  • MP3 album: 1847 mb
  • FLAC album: 1128 mb
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Al Grey - Me N' Jack mp3 album

Al Grey (June 6, 1925 – March 24, 2000) was a jazz trombonist who is most remembered for his association with the Count Basie orchestra.

A1 Travelers Lounge 7:23 A2 When I Fall In Love 6:37 A3 Blue And Sentimental 3:48 B1 Blues Everywhere 8:16 B2 Oasis 9:49. Bass – John Duke Drums, Vocals – Bobby Durham Piano – Shirley Scott Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy "Nighttrain" Forrest Trombone – Al Grey Trumpet – Pete Minger. Travelers Productions, Inc. ‎– TRV 3001 (US). Recorded live at "The Travelers Lounge," Miami's home for Jazz, March 13, 1977. Thanks to snobb for the addition.

Biography by Scott Yanow. Mainstay of the Basie band, a sterling trombonist with humorous inflections and excellent technique. Jimmy Forrest, Al Grey.

Album/CD and Catalog Number. Shades of Grey Tangerine Records. Me 'n' Jack Pullen Music (2350).

Al Grey: все альбомы, включая Trombone by Five, Snap Your Fingers, Live At Floating Jazz Fest и другие. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1962. Live At Floating Jazz Fest.

Al Grey "Matza & Grits" from Me 'N Jack (Pullen Music) 24:01. Bill Watrous "Day In, Day Out" from Bone-ified (GNP Crescendo) 28:50. Eric Dolphy "Hat and Beard" from Out to Lunch (Blue Note) 35:52. Anthony Braxton, Gino Robair "Decline of Reason" from Duets 1987 (Rastascan) 45:07. Jerry Gonzalez "Ask Me Now" from Rumba Buhaina (Random Chance) 49:06. Kenny Barron "Concentric Circles" from Concentric Circles (Blue Note) 57:54. Horace Tapscott "Inspiration of Silence" from aiee!

Trombone – Al Grey, Bennie Powell (tracks: A1 to B2). Trumpet – David Burns (tracks: C4 to D1), Donald Byrd (tracks: D2 to D4), Henry Boozier (tracks: B3 to C3), Joe Newman (tracks: A1 to B2). Vibraphone – Bobby Hutcherson (tracks: C4 to D4. This album contains material previously released on "The Last Of The Big Plungers" (Cadet 653) (tracks A1 to B2) recorded September 28-29, 1959; "Snap Your Fingers" (Cadet 700) (tracks B3 to C3) recorded live at the Museum of Modern Art in New york, July 6, 1961; and "The Al Grey-Billy Mitchell Sextet" (Cadet 689) (tracks C4.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Matza & Grits
Written-By – Al Grey
4:02
2 The Room
Written-By – Jack McDuff*
5:36
3 Cap'n Jack
Written-By – Jack McDuff*
5:41
4 Grey Rose Shore
Written-By – Al Grey
6:45
5 Deli's Blues
Written-By – Bobby Durham
8:56
6 God Bless The Child
Written-By – Billie Holiday
6:46
7 Toin Me Loose
Written-By – Al Grey
6:41
8 All Blues
Written-By – Miles Davis
7:10

Credits

  • Bass – Jerome Hunter
  • Drums – Bobby Durham
  • Engineer – Chris Brown
  • Executive-Producer – Wes Pullen
  • Executive-Producer, Producer, Mixed By – Greg Wold
  • Graphics [Graphic Design] – Artus Design
  • Guitar – Joe Cohn
  • Liner Notes – Bob Blumenthal
  • Mastered By – Bob Katz
  • Mixed By – Phil Magnotti
  • Organ [Hammond B-3] – Jack McDuff*
  • Painting – Frank Federico
  • Photography By – Robert Houser
  • Tenor Saxophone – Jerry Weldon
  • Trombone – Al Grey

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 703187235028


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