Tommy Flanagan - Super Session album FLAC
Super-Session is an album by pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Red Mitchell, and drummer Elvin Jones recorded in 1980 for the Enja label. All compositions by Tommy Flanagan except where noted. Django" (John Lewis) - 6:05. Minor Perhaps" - 6:43. Too Late Now" (Burton Lane) - 9:38.
On two of Flanagan's better originals ("Minor Perhaps" and "Rachel's Rondo") and four jazz standards (including "Django" and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be"), the musicians communicate quite well (Flanagan and Jones had played together back in the mid-'50s in Detroit) and often think as one. Fine straight-ahead music.
Super Session Tommy Flanagan. Released: 4 Feb 1980. 1988 Enja Records Horst Weber. More By Tommy Flanagan. See All. The Cats (Remastered). Complete Prestige & Savoy Sessions (feat. Hank Jones, Red Garland & Tommy Flanagan). Blues Ette (Remastered). Saxophone Colossus (Rudy Van Gelder Remaster).
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Tommy Flanagan chronology. Super-Session (1980) Music and recording Releases. The Standard was released by the Japanese label Baystate
Written-By – Tommy Flanagan. B3. Things Ain't What They Used To Be. Written-By – Duke Ellington.
What is Super-Session (Tommy Flanagan album)? Super-Session is an album by pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Red Mitchell, and drummer Elvin Jones recorded in 1980 for the.