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Nobodys Heart - Gil Evans And Tadd Dameron - The Arrangers Touch (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. * Prestige PRLP ; Original Jazz Classics OJC, OJCCD Tadd Dameron - Fontainebleau = Prestige PR The Tadd Dameron Memorial Album = Prestige PR Tadd Dameron - Dameronia = New Jazz NJLP Tadd Dameron - Dameronia (not released) * Prestige PR Gil Evans, Tadd Dameron - The Arranger's Touch. Miles Davis Quintet.
  2. * Prestige PR Gil Evans, Tadd Dameron - The Arranger's Touch * Prestige PRLP A Study In Dameronia With Tadd Dameron * Prestige PREP Clifford Brown With Tadd Dameron's Band. The Modern Jazz Quartet. Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. NYC, June 25,
  3. Sides 1 & 2 originally issued as Gil Evans Plus Ten (Prestige ) Side 3 originally issued as A Study Of Dameronia (Prestige 10" LP ); Side 4 as Tadd Dameron - Fontainebleau (Prestige )/5(3).
  4. There are in him elements that suggest a harmonic sympathy for Bill Evans, and at moments his articulation and right-hand voicing reminded me of the early Dodo Marmarosa. He is always in complete command of the keyboard; unlike Gil Evans, Tadd Dameron and other arrangers who are secondarily pianists, he can be judged entirely by a pianistic.
  5. Dec 23,  · Nobody's Heart (R. Rogers - L. Hart) () Gil Evans (piano, arranger, conductor ) Paul Chambers (bass ) Jo Jones (drums 1), Nick Stabulas (drums ) Benny Golson (tenor saxophone) Gigi Gryce (alto saxophone) Oscar Estell (baritone saxophone) Tadd Dameron (piano, arranger) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Tracks
  6. May 19,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Nobody's Heart · Original Cast By Jupiter ( Off-Broadway Revival Cast Recording) ℗ Recorded prior to
  7. Sides 1 & 2 originally issued as Gil Evans Plus Ten (Prestige ) Side 3 originally issued as A Study Of Dameronia (Prestige 10" LP ); Side 4 as Tadd Dameron - Fontainebleau (Prestige )4/5(4).
  8. The lyrical tenor sax­ophone 'solos' by Wayne Shorter in Barbara story on The Individualism of Gil Evans two-LP set or by Billy Harper in the Ampex General assembly are only single threads in textures which now defy both description and analysis; the music is a seamless web in which lines cross and re-cross, glowing, opalescent colours come.

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