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The Great Excelsior Jazz Band - Sweet Essence Of Buttermilk album

The Great Excelsior Jazz Band - Sweet Essence Of Buttermilk album
Performer: The Great Excelsior Jazz Band
Title: Sweet Essence Of Buttermilk
Genre: Jazz
Style:Dixieland
MP3 album szie: 1941 mb
FLAC album size: 1846 mb

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10 EssentialJazz Albums to introduce yourself to the world of jazz including releases from Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and more. What has kept this album in the limelight and in listeners’ hearts for so many years is the unending sense of effortless swing, the magnificently catchy melodies, and the beautifully choreographed dance between four luminaries of music. A crowd-pleaser, the album’s secret weapon lies in its heavy-hitting A-team of a band that keeps you grooving even as they get into some deep musical territory.

Purity of Essence . 1997. Heavy Alternative Rock. You're running at too great a pace You're hurruing way too fast these days I wish there was a way that i could turn back time and then set off a new start I wish that I could make you understand what really always kept us apart. Baby through the walls would stand There was enough of cracks to let the rain come in Maybe that's why I never held your hand Because it all began where it all begins. You know it was a hard thing to do to forget when I always would see you It's funny how we always seem to end up hurting someone when our day is through.

The Incredible Jazz Guitar O. as his third album but the one that truly put the Indianapolis guitarist on the jazz map. Montgomery’s sidemen (pianist Tommy Flanagan, Modern Jazz Quartet bassist Percy Heath, and his brother, drummer Albert Montgomery) offer sterling support on a varied selection of original tunes (‘Four On Six’, ‘West Coast Blues’ and ‘Mr Walker’), covers (Sonny Rollins’ ‘Airegin’ and Dave Brubeck’s ‘In Your Own Sweet Way’) and standards (‘Polka Dots And Moonbeams’). After the experimental music of his early 70s Mwandishi band fell on deaf ears, Herbie Hancock reinvented himself as an afro-topped jazz-funk wizard with this 1973 blockbuster album, which hit N. on the US jazz charts.

Tracklist

A Sweet Essence Of Buttermilk
B1 Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down
B2 I Found A New Baby

Credits

  • Double Bass, Leader – Mike Duffy
  • Drums, Vocals – Joe Loughmuller
  • Guitar, Banjo – Jake Powell
  • Piano – Bob Gilman
  • Soprano Saxophone – Dick Adams
  • Trumpet – Bob Jackson
  • Trumpet, Trombone – Bob West

Notes

Recorded live at Jazz Gallery, Seattle, April 28, 1972.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side A hand etched): Stinger 1 side A
  • Matrix / Runout (side B hand etched): Stinger 2 side B