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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Rollin' With Leo (Remastered) by Leo Parker Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. May 01,  · Rollin' with Leo is the second, and last, album as a leader by American jazz saxophonist Leo Parker, recorded in but not released on the Blue Note label until The Allmusic review by Steve Leggett awarded the album 4½ stars and calling it "a wonderful portrait of this unsung but brilliant player, whose huge, sad, but almost.
  3. Recorded on October 12 & 20, Note: This material was previously released in , as LT (Classic series). It is now issued here, for the first time, with the Cover Art and Catalogue Number, as originally intended by Blue Note in /5(15).
  4. Leo Parker - Last Sessions Let Me Tell You 'Bout It + Rollin' W music CD album at CD Universe, Original recordings, complete editions, bit digitally remastered.
  5. Mar 22,  · From the album "Rollin' with Leo". Leo Parker (Bar. sax), Dave Burns (tpt), Bill Swindell (T sax), Johnny Acea (pno), Stan Conover (db), Purnell Rice (dr).
  6. The centerpiece of Rollin' with Leo is the fascinating "Talkin' the Blues," which unfolds, nearly themeless, like a late-night conversation, ebbing and flowing exactly the way a conversation does, with Parker 's baritone swinging back to gather notes, but always moving and stretching forward, expanding the conversation until it seems like everything that could be said HAS been said.9/
  7. Rollin' with Leo was baritone sax player Leo (The Lad) Parker's second session for Blue Note, recorded in October Returning from his first session, the amazing Let Me Tell You 'Bout It, are tenor saxophonist Bill Swindell, bassist Stan Conover (Tracks 3 & 4), and drummer Purnell Rice (Also appearing only on Tracks 3 & 4)/5(10).
  8. Leo Parker: Rollin With Leo (CD) - One of those great "never was" Blue Note sessions – recorded in the 60s, but never i -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store The album was the last session by baritone sax player Leo Parker – a bop and R&B legend who sadly passed along at the young age of 36, but left a really rich legacy of.

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