Blue Moon - Clark Terry, Red Mitchell, Horace Parlan - Out Of Nowhere (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Nebei </cite>
    The title's no lie – because the album is one of the shining jewels of Lou Donaldson 's legendary funk years for Blue Note – that second period when he returned to the label at the end of the 60s, and really helped redefine the sound of soul jazz at the time! The format here is very much the same as other Donaldson classics from the time – like Hot Dog or Possum Head – in that the.
  • <cite class="fn">Grozragore </cite>
    Clark Terry, Red Mitchell, Horace Parlan ‎– Brahms Lullabye Label: Amplitude (2) ‎– JACD, Epm Music ‎– FDC /5(2).
  • <cite class="fn">Megul </cite>
    The final session, 'Gettin' Into Somethin'' is the best of the bunch. Morrison and Bailey lay down a firm rhythm, Curtis Fuller on trombone is on good form, Horace Parlan plays some stunning blues piano, and Rouse is also wholly at home with the blues. And that leaves Clark Terry, who as ever does his own thing and makes the music Clark Terry /5(11).
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  • <cite class="fn">Kazragrel </cite>
    Misleadingly titled – because this isn't a "best of", but a straight album from Lou 's days at Cadet, and one of his best, we might add! The record features Lou 's tight group with Billy Gardner on organ, grooving away in a modal soulful mode that should have made him a lot more famous. Bill Hardman is on trumpet, Grady Tate is on drums, and Calvin Newborn rounds out the group on guitar.
  • <cite class="fn">Milmaran </cite>
    can't take you nowhere- piano & vocals vg++/nm: fantasy usa f dave: frishberg: getting some fun out of life- marshall royal/ bob findley/ larry gales .
  • <cite class="fn">Barr </cite>
    Once in a Blue Moon: Penelope Houston: Art Direction, Design Horace Parlan: Redesign: Ballads for Night People: June Christy: Art Direction, Design Quartet Live, Vol. 2: Out of Nowhere: Chet Baker / Chet Baker Quartet: Reissue Design:
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  • <cite class="fn">Voodoolabar </cite>
    A small Clark Terry it say you? An intimate disk as he knows to do with his beautiful sound of his flugelhorn. It is accompanied by pianist Horace Parlan and his old accomplice bassist Red Mitchell. I buy this drive in the continuity of the meeting Archie Shepp - Horace Parlan "Goin'Home". Delicate pieces on this album including originals of Clark.4/5(1).

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