Hubert Laws - The Laws Of Jazz mp3 flac download
|Title:||The Laws Of Jazz|
|Date of release:||1964|
|MP3 album size:||1947 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1609 mb|
|Digital formats:||TTA AIFF AAC MP4 MIDI WMA AA|
Complete your Hubert Laws collection. The Laws Of Jazz (LP, Album, RE). Atlantic.
Hubert Laws - flute Wally Kane, Jane Taylor - bassoon Bob James - piano, electric piano, electric harpsichord Gene Bertoncini, Stuart Scharf - guitar Ron Carter - bass Jack DeJohnette - drums Dave Friedman - vibraphone, percussion Airto Moreira - percussion Don Sebesky - arranger, conductor
Chaser (Hubert Laws) w. Michael Brecker.
Biography by Thom Jurek.
Crying Song is an album by jazz flautist Hubert Laws released on the CTI label featuring performances of popular music (including songs by The Beatles and Pink Floyd) by Laws recorded in Memphis with Elvis Presley's rhythm section and at Rudy Van Gelder's studio. La Jean" (Johnny Christopher) – 2:33. Love Is Blue/Sing a Rainbow" (André Popp/Arthur Hamilton) – 3:25. Crying Song" (Roger Waters) – 4:56. Listen to the Band" (Michael Nesmith) – 3:24.
Hubert Laws (born November 10, 1939) is an American flutist and saxophonist with a career spanning over 50 years in jazz, classical, and other music genres. Considering the artistry of the late Eric Dolphy and the popularity of the late Herbie Mann, Laws is notably in the company of the most recognized and respected jazz flutists in the history of jazz, (also the most imitated).
Album · 1994 · 14 Songs. Hubert Laws Plays Bach For Barone & Baker.
HUBERT LAWS is a post bop, third stream, jazz related soundtracks jazz related pop/art song/folk music artist. A talented flutist whose musical interest was never exclusively straight-ahead jazz, Hubert Laws exceeded Herbie Mann in popularity in the 1970s when he recorded for CTI. He was a member of the early Jazz Crusaders while in Texas (1954-1960) and he also played classical music during those years.
Hubert Laws discography. This is the discography for American jazz musician Hubert Laws. YouTube Encyclopedic. 51 818. Hubert Laws - Fire And Rain. Moondog - Moondog (1969). Ronnie Laws - Always There (HQ Audio).
Some people regard this album as the crown jewel in Laws' catalog, but others would take the brevity and soulful beauty of an album like Morning Star (CTI, 1972) over this weighty package. A 63-minute listening affair wouldn't turn many heads today, with plenty of jazz releases going well-beyond that length, but even a label such as CTI, with its large-than-life attitude, didn't put together such bulging record packages very often