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  1. Akinojar Reply

    A surprisingly nice album of straight ahead tenor tracks from David Murray – playing here in a quartet with guitarist Stanley Franks, drummer Andrew Cyrille, and the great Don Pullen, who plays organ on the session! The album's not exactly in the classic soul jazz organ/ tenor mode – but it is one of the few that Murray ever recorded, and it's quite interesting to hear him in this sort of.

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    Nov 06,  · Filename C:\World Saxophone Quartet - Live In Zurich\01 Hattie nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC 07B16D48 Copy CRC 07B16D48 Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [9E26C0C1] (AR v1) Copy OK Track 2 Filename C:\World Saxophone Quartet - Live In Zurich\02 Funny nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo Peak.

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  4. Mazukinos Reply

    David Murray in a trio setting – sounding especially great, thanks to work from Richard Davis on bass and Joe Chambers on both vibes and drums! The album's got a feel that's a bit looser than some other Murray recordings of the late 80s – and almost hearkens back to his loft jazz years in the way the tunes unfold – save for the fact that a few straighter numbers infuse the session with.

  5. Nataur Reply

    World Saxophone Quartet Biography by Chris Kelsey + Follow Artist. Adventurous jazz group based around leading saxophonists performing a cappella. Album Highlights. World Saxophone Quartet. Plays Duke Ellington. World Saxophone Quartet. Moving Right Along. World Saxophone Quartet. Live in Zurich.

  6. Zologar Reply

    Apr 25,  · This latest World Saxophone Quartet lineup features charter members David Murray on tenor sax and bass clarinet and Hamiet Bluiett on baritone sax and clarinet. New Orleans legend Kidd Jordan fills in for alto saxophonist Oliver Lake, while the newest WSQ member, James Carter, takes over duties for John Purcell, who in turn had replaced charter.

  7. Taulkree Reply

    Listen to Hattie Wall (Theme Song) [Live] on Spotify. World Saxophone Quartet · Song ·

  8. Shaktishakar Reply

    World Saxophone Quartet! I really like the groove on this one. The World Saxophone Quartet is a bad ass saxophone quartet that plays some crazy awesome music. (Some of it is much crazier than this song too). They formed in It started off with Julius Hemphill (alto and soprano saxophone, flute) Oliver Lake (alto [ ].

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