Its All In The Game - Harold Mabern Trio - Straight Street (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 17,  · Three years after this album was recorded the quintet would shorten its name to The Crusaders, moving towards Jazz-Fusion, Jazz-Funk and Smooth Jazz. Their biggest hit would come four years after Henderson left the group to become a record producer in with Street Life (MCA Records MCA ) featuring Soul vocalist Randy Crawford. The.
  2. First off, while its title might suggest otherwise, this is not a live album; the CD takes its name from a piece by Eric Alexander's pianist, the veteran Harold Mabern. This is a fitting gesture, as Mabern is a key to this session's many pleasures and has been a mentor to Alexander during the saxophonist's steady rise to the top ranks of his.
  3. Harold Rome wrote the songs for a series of stage musicals from the s to the s, his biggest successes coming with the shows Pins and Needles, Call Me Mister, and Fanny. Like his contemporary, Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Song Highlights.
  4. Watch Jazz at Lincoln Center's Harold Mabern Trio on cofymvoodookinosthordiri.xyzinfo With pianist Harold Mabern, bassist Nat Reeves, and drummer Joe Farnsworth year-old Harold Mabern is a jazz veteran who has played with icons like Wes Montgomery, Sarah Vaughan, Lee Morgan, Sonny Rollins, and Miles Davis, and he continues to release albums prolifically as both a sideman and bandleader.
  5. Perhaps the most interesting takeaway from is the number of artists adapting music from the past into something new. Many of the past year’s releases have attempted to apply fresh approaches to a number of older musical forms including gypsy jazz, big band, electronic music, folk music, third stream, and world music.
  6. Trio, with Christian McBride & Ron Carter (bass; separately), Jack DeJohnette (drums) Mabern’s Grooveyard: DIW: Trio, with Tony Reedus (drums) Maya with Love: DIW: Trio, with Christian McBride (bass), Tony Reedus (drums) Kiss of Fire: Venus: Trio, with Nat Reeves (bass), Joe Farnsworth (drums); Eric Alexander as guest:
  7. Music Together Lullabies is a soothing anthology of all eighteen (18) lullabies from from the nine (9) Music Together song collections. This CD and digital album won eleven (11) awards including Dr. Toy's 10 Best Audio-Video Products for
  8. The Harold Mabern Trio. Share this event on: Event media available. Sign up. Harold Mabern. Piano. Early in his career, Mabern played in Chicago with MJT + 3 in the late s and then moved to New York in Mabern has worked with Artist profile. Rodney Green. Drums.
  9. A masterpiece of British jazz from the end of the 60s – a set that doesn't need to answer at all to any of the jazz styles coming from America at the time – as it's sound and vision is so bold, so unique, it's a completely massive statement on its own!

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