Various - Giants Of The Blues Tenor Sax mp3 album
This Commodore material reissued as an LP culls out tracks from sessions headed by others, but which feature tenor saxophonists Chu Berry and Lucky Thompson. The Chu Berry cuts come from separate Roy Eldridge and Hot Lips Page sets. Hot Lips Page also led the group, which included the Lucky Thompson tracks heard here. Berry was killed at the age of 31 in a car accident. Although he spent most of his performing career in someone else's sax section, there's no telling what heights he might have reached if he lived longer.
Blues Jumped a Rabbit (Bag O'Bones) (Page). This fine album has been transferred to CD and is a testimonial to two top tenor saxophone players whose respective careers were shortened by different types of calamitous circumstances. September 2008, 10:13 Chu Berry & Lucky Thompson, Giants Of The Tenor Sax Used drive : PLEXTOR DVDR PX-810SA Adapter: 2 ID: 1 Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No Read offset correction : 48 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete.
Tenor SAX blues - beginner guitar chord songs - violin bass for sale. The tenor, with the alto, are the two most common types of saxophones. Kenny G) This Stand has the ability to generate illusions. Specifically, it created an illusory room for Terence to challenge Kakyoin and Jotaro in, a labyrinth to confuse Abdul, Polnareff, and Iggy, and generally cast other illusions to mask the true form of the interior of Dio's mansion.
Bottom Line is an album by British bluesman John Mayall with various musicians. It is the only Mayall album that has never been released on CD. Side one. "Bottom Line" ( 1). I'm Gonna Do It" ( 1). Side two. "Revival" ( 2). The Game of Love" ( 2). 1): John Mayall-vocals, harmonica. Leon Pendarvis-keyboards. Frankie Centano-bass. Jeffrey Miranov-guitar.
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|–Buddy Tate||No Kiddin'||8:10|
|–Jimmy Forrest||Bolo Blues||4:02|
|–Coleman Hawkins||Soul Blues||9:52|
|–Arnett Cobb||Smooth Sailing||5:00|
|–Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis||I'm Just A Lucky So And So||6:11|
|–Arnett Cobb / Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis / Coleman Hawkins / Buddy Tate||Light And Lovely||9:50|
|–Hal Singer||Blue Stompin'||6:25|
|–Al Sears||New Carnegie Blues||5:37|
|–Illinois Jacquet / Frank Foster||The Soul Explosion||9:23|
|–Jimmy Forrest / King Curtis / Oliver Nelson||Soul Street||9:07|
|–Al Sears||Record Hop||4:28|
|P-24101||Various||Giants Of The Blues Tenor Sax (2xLP, Comp)||Prestige||P-24101||US||1981|
|FANTASY 24101, P-24011||Various||Giants Of The Blues Tenor Sax (2xLP, Comp)||Fantasy, Prestige||FANTASY 24101, P-24011||Greece||1981|
|0081.124||Various||Giants Of The Blues Tenor Sax (2xLP, Comp)||Prestige||0081.124||Germany||1981|