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  1. Fenrikora Reply
    's A New Perspective finds Byrd leading an all-star septet with Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone), Herbie Hancock (piano), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Donald Best (vibraphone, vocals), Butch Warren (bass) and Lex Humphries (drums). What sets the date apart, however, is the gospel and blues arrangements of Duke Pearson and the spiritual 8-piece vocal choir directed by Coleridge Perkinson.
  2. Douzshura Reply
    Jun 30,  · A Blue Note essential, A New Perspective by Donald Byrd is part of the Blue Note 75 anniversary LP reissue campaign - featuring titles - Key to the initiative is high quality audio at affordable prices- Also available this month on LP: Bud Powell's The Scene Changes, Cassandra Wilson's New Moon Daughter (2LP), Dexter Gordon's One Flight Up /5(64).
  3. Kagaktilar Reply
    Blue Note Years 6: New Era by Various Artists () "Song for my Father" by Horace Silver and the unforgetable "Cristo Redentor" by Donald Byrd. One song is especially beautiful and haunting, that being "Cristo Reedentor." (and know real jazz when you hear it!), you can't go wrong with this best of Blue Note release! On /5(9).
  4. Faushura Reply
    Cristo Redentor by Harvey Mandel, released 13 November 1. Wade in the Water 2. Lights Out 3. Bradley's Barn 4. You Can't Tell Me 5. Nashville 1 A.M. 6. Cristo Redentor 7. Before Six 8. The Lark 9. Snake Long Wait The debut solo release from guitar legend Harvey Mandel reissued on a deluxe gram vinyl!
  5. Faegor Reply
    Blue Note 50th Anniversary Collection, Vol. 3 - - Funk & Blues.
  6. Gardagami Reply
    Blue Note Years 6: New Era by Various Artists ()/5(9).
  7. Malataxe Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cristo Redentor - Harvey Mandel on AllMusic - - Mandel's debut remains his best early work,.
  8. Meztizahn Reply
    Cristo Redentor Plus Selected Sessions, an Album by Harvey Mandel. Released in on Raven (catalog no. RVCD; CD). Vinyl LP Philips / PHS Cristo Redentor Note: Unlike reviews, comments are considered temporary and may be deleted/purged without notice.
  9. Malrajas Reply
    The first of two excellent catalog roundups, Best of Blue Note, Vol. 1 takes in highlights from the early '50s through the first half of the '60s. Ranging through a mess of styles, the disc takes in late bebop (Bud Powell, James Moody), hard bop (Clifford Brown, Donald Byrd), soul-jazz (Lee Morgan, Horace Silver), and even modal (Herbie Hancock).