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Close Enough for Jazz is an album by vibraphonist Johnny Lytle recorded in 1969 and originally issued on the Solid State label. In other words, the passion he had for playing his music through his vibes was ever so present on each outing. This album is no different". All compositions by Johnny Lytle except as indicated. Tenderly" (Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence) - 3:03. Just a Little Bit of Holiness" - 2:44.
Close Enough For Jazz. Written-By – Van Morrison. B. The Things I Used To Do. Written-By – Eddie Jones. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Who says jazz ain’t got no soul? Interesting Facts: Adderley was born on September 15, 1928, in Tampa, Florida. It first appeared on the album Giant Steps and is notable for its use of a variety of rich chords. Coltrane recorded "Naima" many times. It appears on The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings, The Complete Copenhagen Concert, Afro-Blue Impressions, and Live at the Village Vanguard Again! The album topped both the soul and jazz albums chart and peaked at number ten on the pop chart. 80 More Incredible Jazz Songs. 21. Giant Steps – John Coltrane.
Close Enough for Love is the thirty-ninth studio album by American pop singer Andy Williams, released in 1986 by Atco Records. Williams writes in the liner notes: "This is essentially a ‘live’ album. Our objective was to get real performances from both the orchestra and myself, as opposed to the sometimes sterile perfection of countless overdubs and tracking sessions. To my amazement, we used the first takes on most of the songs
This album represents who I am, says Alexander, and I’m looking forward to bringing people on the journey. KENNY BARRON QUINTET – Concentric Circles (Blue Note Records) Release date: May 4. Pianist Kenny Barron celebrates his 75th birthday and the 50th year of his recording career with a new album. The new album by Brad Mehldau and his longtime trio, which includes drummer Jeff Ballard and bassist Larry Grenadier. The Return is the debut album of London-based jazz-fusion artist Kamaal Williams, also known as Henry Wu. It sees him playing as part of a band of a group including bassist Peter Martin and drummer MckNasty. The album’s ten tracks are described as mining the influence of visionary jazz, while featuring all kinds of texture, sounds, and signals from the over-saturated London streets.
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This album also marked a departure from the traditional bebop style with songs that are simple melodies over simple chord progressions leaving room for the deep improvisational exploration. What a treat it is to listen to time and time again. A Love Supreme - John Coltrane This album completely revolutionized the jazz scene in 1965 and even today its influence can be found in many musical styles.
Other strong tracks include "You're the Violin," a hard rocking love song that includes plenty of inventive guitar work to bring its music as love metaphors to life, and "Carry Out Feelings," a poppy love lament that successfully incorporates a reggae groove into the band's sound
The title of this album, when it came out in 1959, was the equivalent of Babe Ruth pointing to the fences or Muhammad Ali proclaiming he was the greatest. It was an album that said, you hear this sound, you hear what I’m laying down, everything is about to change. Ornette Coleman went from playing the sax to the trumpet, and he received scorn from Miles Davis who publicly questioned Coleman’s sanity and technical ability.
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