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8 thoughts on “ Crazy Rhythm - Various - A Visit To Jazzland (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Mar 29,  · "Crazy Rhythm," The Sound Your Eyes Can Follow, The Guitars Unlimited Plus 7, on RCA VICTOR Records, , Stereo. Produced by Marty Gold, engineered by Bob Simpson, Arranged by Al Caiola. Space.
  3. I took the advice of Harry Abraham from the liner notes of November for the original LP and played the songs in the order he recommended, starting with "Crazy Rhythm" and following that sequence. He was right! It has bothered me over the years that some jazz "critics" have classified the piano stylings of Red Garland as "cocktail music"/5(10).
  4. Home page of Jazzlandrec, a label from Oslo. The Norwegian record label Jazzlandrec was founded in by Bugge Wesseltoft with the primary aim of releasing his album "New Conception Of Jazz". Since then the label has grown, with a catalogue of over.
  5. Together, the quartet of horns work in an open-ended blowing mode with rhythm by Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor – in a way that almost makes the set a "Coltrane plus" album for Prestige – one that has the structure of some of the best Trane/ Garland sides for the label, but which blows in some other horns with different voicings.
  6. In this edition of A Beginner's Guide to Vinyl, we're talking about Jazz. Yes, the genre that can be rigidly debated amongst real authorities while still being completely amorphous. Driven by Discogs’ database and record collection data, we offer the essential Jazz records you should add to your collection.
  7. DePlume is a Manchester-born, London-based bandleader, composer, saxophonist, activist and orator. He’s a resident at the legendary London creative hub Total Refreshment Centre, a recording artist for the off-grid, Scottish Hebridean island label Lost Map, and now the latest arrival into Chicago-based International Anthem’s growing family of progressive musical explorationists.

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