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Miles Davis - Workin', Cookin', Steamin', Relaxin'
Art Blakey and also the Jazz Messengers - Jazz Messengers, Moanin', Africaine
Horace silver- - 6 Pieces of Silver, Blowin' the Blues Away, Horace-Scope
Cannonball Adderley - The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in san Francisco, Nippon Soul, Jazz Workshop Revisited
Grant eco-friendly - Grantstand, Feelin' the Spirit, Idle Moments
Wes Montgomery - The incredible Jazz guitar of Wes Montgomery, complete House, Smokin' in ~ the half Note
Sonny Rollins - means Out West, Newk's Time, Saxophone Colossus
John Coltrane - Coltrane (1957), Blue Train, Coltrane theatre the Blues
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if forced at gunpoint to placed it in a 'conventional' category, I'd speak to it difficult bop, specifically the horn 'solo'. Here's a live take of Lee Morgan's Speedball; no the same mood, yet to my ear resembles HH's pacing somewhat.
If no gun's aimed mine way, I'd label it something favor 'showtunes jazz' - no 'really' jazz, yet a nice composition devised come sound like jazz in the attention of propelling a musical's storyline.
You want Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. Ugetsu is a favorite album that mine.
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