Buddy Tate - Swingville Volume 29: Groovin' album FLAC
Swingville Volume 29: Groovin'. Released by SINETONE AMR Jan 2014 7 Tracks. Swingville Volume 29: Groovin' Album has 7 songs sung by Buddy Tate. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Swingville Volume 29: Groovin' songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
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Free download and listen Swingville Volume 29: Groovin'. Tracks count: 8. Views: 3. Buddy Tate - East of the Sun 07:09. Buddy Tate - Blues for Trixie 07:18. Buddy Tate - The Salt Mines 04:26.
Swingville Volume 29: Groovin' - East of the Sun, Blues for Trixie, The Salt Mines and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 8. Swingville Volume 29: Groovin' tracks. East of the Sun. Blues for Trixie.
Buddy Tate, Clark Terry, Tommy Flanagan, Ronnell Bright 21-08-2014. Buddy Tate Swingville Session. Tate's Date, Tate-a-Tate, Groovin' with Buddy Tate. 07. Groun' Hog. Buddy Tate. 08. Buddy's Tate-a-Tate.
Buddy Tate Swingville Se. .has been added to your Cart. STEREO DOUBLE CD 24BIT DIGITALLY REMASTERED 3 LPs on 2 CDs Mainstream fans will find this a pleasurable, compulsively swinging collection of the easy blowing sessions that Buddy Tate (1913-2001) made for Swingville. On Tate s Date his huge, almost overwhelming sound is a reminder that, in 1959, surrounded by distinguished veterans and longstanding members of his group like Pat Jenkins, Eli Robinson, or Ben Richardson, he remained one of the greatest tenors of the swing era.
The veteran tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate is heard here in a relaxed 1959 set of standards and blues jams that displays his well-rounded tone and sensitive technique at its mature best. With a robust yet nuanced style, similar to his peers such as Ben Webster and Lester Young, Tate sounds as comfortable on laid-back vehicles such as "I'm Just a Lucky So and So" and "East of the Sun" as on "Miss Ruby Jones," a scaled-down big-band chart with an ineffable swing.
|1||Blues For Trixie||7:18|
|2||The Salt Mines||4:26|
|3||I'm Just A Lucky So And So||6:50|
|4||East Of The Sun||7:11|
|SVLP 2029||Buddy Tate||Groovin' With Buddy Tate (LP, Album, Mono)||Swingville Records||SVLP 2029||US||1961|
|SVST-2029, 2029||Buddy Tate||Groovin' With Buddy Tate (LP, Album)||Prestige Swingville, Status Records||SVST-2029, 2029||US||1961|
|SV 2029, STS-2029||Buddy Tate||Groovin' With Buddy Tate (LP, Album)||Status Records , Status Records||SV 2029, STS-2029||US||1961|
|PRCD-24152-2||Buddy Tate||Groovin' With Buddy Tate (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Prestige||PRCD-24152-2||US||1995|