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Speak, Brother, Speak - Max Roach Quartet - Speak, Brother, Speak! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

07.08.2019
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  1. Jun 10,  · Speak, Brother, Speak! Fantasy LP 12inch LP Speak, Brother, Speak! A Variation Max Roach Quartet Clifford Jordan, tenor sax; Mal Waldron, pi.
  2. Sep 02,  · Part 1: tellahicividesaxkamigdevilge.xyzinfo Album: "Speak, Brother, Speak!" Max Roach: Drums Eddie Khan: Bass Clifford Jordan: Tenor Saxo Mal Waldron: Piano.
  3. Speak Brother Speak CD music Its namesake, the Toayo, is a jungle bird famous for never making a nest: "I don't have a home/ I don't have a nest/ I lay my egg in the trash/ I don't have a home/ Or love." Despite the sadness in some of the lyrics, a listener can't help but notice that the driving beat keeps all of these songs energized.
  4. It's Time is a album by jazz drummer Max Roach, released on Impulse! Records which also features trumpeter Richard Williams, tenor-saxophonist Clifford Jordan, trombonist Julian Priester, pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Art Davis, and a vocal choir conducted by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson. Singer Abbey Lincoln appears on "Lonesome Lover".
  5. Money Jungle is a studio album by pianist Duke Ellington with double bassist Charles Mingus and drummer Max tellahicividesaxkamigdevilge.xyzinfo was recorded on September 17, , and released in February by United Artists Jazz. All but one of the compositions were written by Ellington, with four of the seven on the original LP being recorded for the first time on this album.
  6. Mar 02,  · A Variation / Max Roach Quartet fantasy (F) 12inch LP Max Roach Quartet Clifford Jordan, tenor sax; Mal Waldron, piano; Eddie Khan, bass; Max Roach, drums. "The Jazz Workshop", San.
  7. *Condition 커버 / 음반: C (VG) / B (EX) Label: Fantasy ‎– Series: Debut Series – Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: US Released: Genre: Jazz Style: Post Bop Tracklist A Speak, Brother, Speak B A Variation Credits Artwork – Stivers* Bass – Eddie Khan Drums – Max Roach Piano – Mal Waldron Tenor.
  8. "Speak, Brother, Speak" captures the Max Roach Quartet during a live performance at the Jazz Workshop in The album boasts two extended compositions of approximately twenty minutes each. The first, the title track, begins with a doo-wop/rock style 4/5(7).

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