Cedar Walton Sextet special guest Lou Donaldson - The Art Blakey Legacy mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Cedar Walton Sextet|
|Title:||The Art Blakey Legacy|
|Date of release:||1997|
|MP3 album size:||1488 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1268 mb|
|Digital formats:||WAV MP1 MPC DXD MOD AUD TTA|
Art Blakey – drums Freddie Hubbard – trumpet Curtis Fuller – trombone Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone Cedar Walton – piano Reggie Workman – bass.
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et is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson featuring his earliest recordings as a leader on the Blue Note label performed by Donaldson's Quartet with Horace Silver, Gene Ramey and Art Taylor, his Quintet with Silver, Blue Mitchell, Art Blakey, and Percy Heath, and a Sextet with Heath, Blakey, Kenny Dorham, Matthew Gee, and Elmo Hope. The album was originally released as a 10" LP, then as a 12" long-playing record, and finally as a CD with additional tracks added.
Also joining in on two selections is ex-Messenger (and leader in his own right) alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson, showcasing his undiminished funkiness. This live tribute lives up to Blakey's legacy.
Cedar Walton's sextet recorded this session before an appreciative audience at Sweet Basil in New York in 1993. Joining the pianist for this date were trumpeter Philip Harper, tenor saxophonist Javon Jackson, trombonist Steve Turre, bassist David Williams and drummer Billy Higgins. The recording was taped during two August nights at the club; alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson appears on "Wee Dot" and "If I Had Yo. ADVERTISEMENT
Studio album by Lou Donaldson. et is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson featuring his earliest recordings as a leader on the Blue Note label performed by Donaldson's Quartet with Horace Silver, Gene Ramey and Art Taylor, his Quintet with Silver, Blue Mitchell, Art Blakey, and Percy Heath, and a Sextet with Heath, Blakey, Kenny Dorham, Matthew Gee, and Elmo Hope.
Cedar Walton, Special Guest Abbey Lincoln - The Maestro (Muse MR 5244). Bob Berg, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, piano; David Williams, bass; Billy Higgins, drums; Abbey Lincoln, vocals Sage & Sound Studio, Hollywood, CA, December 15, 1980. also issued on Muse MCD 6008 entitled "Cedar Walton, Spec!al Guest: Abbey Lincoln - The Maestro". Cedar Walton - Soundscapes (Columbia JC 36285). Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Steve Turre, trombone; Emanuel Boyd, flute; Bob Berg, tenor sax; Cedar Walton, electric, acoustic piano, Ebe piano, arranger, conductor; Tony Dumas, bass; Al Foster, Buddy Williams, drums; Rubens Bassini, Ray Mantilla, percussion; Leon Thomas, vocals.
Art Blakey, Wayne Shorter, Cedar Walton - That Old Feeling 06:36 Second Genesis. Sonny Stitt, Cedar Walton - Lover Man 11:47 The Most Relaxing Jazz Piano Music In The Universe.
1968 studio album by Cedar Walton. All compositions by Cedar Walton except as indicated. As sideman with Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers. Three Blind Mice (1961).
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- Alto Saxophone – Lou Donaldson (tracks: 3, 4)
- Bass – David Williams
- Drums – Billy Higgins
- Piano – Cedar Walton
- Tenor Saxophone – Javon Jackson
- Trombone – Steve Turre
- Trumpet – Philip Harper
NotesRecorded liva at Sweet Basil, N.Y.C. on August 27 & 28, 1993
|APCZ-8006||Cedar Walton Sextet special guest Lou Donaldson||Cedar Walton Sextet special guest Lou Donaldson - The Art Blakey Legacy (CD, Album)||Sweet Basil||APCZ-8006||Japan||1993|