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What We Do - Joe McPhee Quartet - Legend Street One (CD, Album)

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Download What We Do - Joe McPhee Quartet - Legend Street One (CD, Album)
1996
Label: CIMP - CIMP 115 • Series: Spirit Room Series - Vol.14 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz


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  1. Kajirr

    29.08.2019 06:52

    CD reissue of this album from Jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, originally titled Don Cherry. Certainly one of his best releases during the '70s, Brown Rice is an album that takes the tripped-out spacey Jazz sound he was working on, and adds some nice electric moments, with .
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  2. Akinojind

    28.08.2019 21:30

    Apr 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Legend Street Two on Discogs/5(5).
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  3. Mezigal

    01.09.2019 21:27

    Aug 21,  · But Legend Street One sees him holding his own in a very equal, sympathetic conversation. “Frank was an amazing person, warm and very generous,” McPhee recalls. The group got along so well that they recorded more than an album’s worth of material, later releasing the rest as Legend Street Two. Joe McPhee Flowers.
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  4. Basho

    01.09.2019 06:12

    Oct 31,  · Joe McPhee - trumpet, alto, tenor, soprano saxophone Frank Lowe - tenor saxophone David Prentice - violin Charles Moffett - drums 1 Something Sweet, Somethin.
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  5. Kigakus

    06.09.2019 16:40

    Joe McPhee Quartet - Legend Street One Tracklist: 1 Loweville 2 What We Do 3 Memorium 4 For Panama, Parts 1&2 5 Up, Over And Out 6 July The 13th 7 Not Yet 8 Trading Space Tenor Saxophone - Frank Lowe Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet [Pocket], Flugelhorn - Joe McPhee.
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  6. Sagor

    28.08.2019 17:26

    Joe McPhee (born November 3, )[1] is an American jazz multi-instrumentalist born in Miami, Florida, a player of tenor, alto, and soprano saxophone, the trumpet, flugelhorn and valve trombone. McPhee grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York, and is most notable for his free jazz work done from the late s to the present day. Contents [hide] 1 Life and career 2 Selected discography 3 References.
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  7. Grotilar

    06.09.2019 13:20

    Catalytic Sound is an independent music cooperative and a primary artist and label resource for: Baars, Henneman, Hessels, Moor, Morris, Nilssen-Love, Vandermark.
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  8. Tale

    03.09.2019 10:04

    God help us. An album that sounds like Robin flapping about trying to find his saxophone. One located random notes are blown into it. Actually probably the sort of thing that is adored in this office though today I'm writing the descriptions and with a lack of info about what it actually is I .
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