Horace Silver Quintet - Sister Sadie / Break City mp3 album
This album marks the peak of Silver's classic quintet with trumpeter Blue Mitchell, tenor saxophonist Junior Cook, bassist Gene Taylor, and drummer Louis Hayes; it's also one of the pianist's strongest sets of original compositions, eclipsed only by Song for My Father and Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers. And they embody what's right with the album in a nutshell - the up-tempo tunes ("Break City") are among the hardest-swinging Silver had ever cut, and the slower changes of pace ("Melancholy Mood") are superbly lyrical, adding up to one of the best realizations of Silver's aesthetic.
Johnson - Nutville, Horace Silver Quintet - The St. Vitus Dance. Horace Silver Quintet – Me And My Baby. Horace Silver Quintet – Creepin' In. 4:26. Horace Silver Quintet – Camouflage. Horace Silver Quintet – Shirl. Horace Silver – Sister Sadie. Horace Silver – Se or Blues.
Blowin' the Blues Away is an album by jazz pianist Horace Silver, released on the Blue Note label in 1959 featuring performances by Silver with Blue Mitchell, Junior Cook, Eugene Taylor, and Louis Hayes. Blowin' the Blues Away" - 4:44. The St. Vitus Dance" - 4:09. Sister Sadie" - 6:19. The Baghdad Blues" - 4:52. Melancholy Mood" - 7:10. How Did It Happen" (Don Newey) - 4:41 Bonus track on CD. Recorded August 29 (tracks 1, 6), August 30 ( 4, 5, 8) & September 13 ( 7), 1959. Horace Silver - piano.
Artist: Horace Silver Quintet. Album: He Used To Love Me, Moving Slowly. Download Horace Silver Quintet - Sister Sadie. He Used To Love Me: Best 2 songs. Milt Buckner - Burnt Out 03:40. Horace Silver, Horace Silver Quintet - Vergo 6 Pieces Of Silver, 2011 05:51. Horace Silver Quintet - Pyramid Further Explorations, 1958 06:39. Artist: Horace Silver Quintet.
Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silver (September 2, 1928 – June 18, 2014) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, particularly in the hard bop style that he helped pioneer in the 1950s. After playing tenor saxophone and piano at school in Connecticut, Silver got his break on piano when his trio was recruited by Stan Getz in 1950. Silver soon moved to New York City, where he developed a reputation as a composer and for his bluesy playing.
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Written-By – Horace Silver
Written-By – Horace Silver
- Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.
- Bass – Eugene Taylor*
- Drums – Louis Hayes
- Piano – Horace Silver
- Saxophone – Junior Cook
- Trumpet – Blue Mitchell
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