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Music Matador - Prince Lasha, Webster Armstrong - And Now Music (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Album Artist: Prince Album Name: Paris Aftershow Remastered Genre: R&B Prince Lasha, Webster Armstrong - Firebirds () [Vinyl Rip] David Bowie, King Crimson, Ministry Of Sound, Now Thats What I Call Music, The Rolling Stones, X5 Music Group Show all tags. Note.
  2. A sextet with Davis, Prince Lasha on flute, Sonny Simmons on alto saxophone, Clifford Jordan on soprano saxophone and Charles Moffett on drums provides the setting for some soulful multiphonics on “Music Matador.” Composed by Lasha and Simmons, the tune traffics in the kind of avant-Latin groove with which Dolphy, a Spanish-speaking.
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  4. Prince Lasha Quintet: Record Label: The Great Jazz Piano of Phineas Newborn Jr. Phineas Newborn: Record Label: The Kerry Dancers and Other .
  5. The date of a recording is generally the date of the recording (not the date the album was commercially introduced by a music label). If an album was made in but not sold until , the date of the recording is Personally, I get rather bored listening to the th version of a "standard".
  6. Jan 20,  · “Music Matador” has Dolphy playing in the twisting, swirling bass clarinet style he mastered so well. This track has an African flavour and features Lasha, Simmons and bassist Eddie Khan. Dolphy’s solos here and on several selections follow the line of field hollers one minute and wild, free improvisation the next.
  7. Lasha, Prince / Sonny Simmons McCorkle, Susannah Visitors / Earl Grubbs / Carl Grubbs Cabral, Amandio Crosby, Bing Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer Montgomery, Wes Manhattan Jazz Quintet Peyroux, Madeleine Mouzon, Alphonse / Larry Coryell Hopper / Dean / Tippett / Gallivan Pagalidis.
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  9. Music from one of the greatest periods ever for AACM legend Muhal Richard Abrams – a time when the pianist was opening up in so many different creative directions! The first volume of this Black Saint/ Soul Note series was great, but we almost like this one even better – as it features some of Abrams' more personal, more intimate recordings – which are a real revelation if you only know.

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