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9 Responses to Them There Eyes - Various - Douglas On Blue Note (CD, Album)

  1. Dazuru says:
    An overlooked gem from Blue Note – a special live performance that brings together some of the label's funkiest and most soulful artists of the 70s! The set's somewhat unusual for Blue Note at the time – especially given the label's increasingly studio-driven approach to jazz, with projects by the Mizell Brothers and others – yet given that bent, the whole thing's a great.
  2. Voodoolabar says:
    Artist: Various Artists Title: Blue Note Live At The Roxy Vol. 2 Year Of Release: / Label: Blue Note ‎ Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue, log, artwork) Total Time: Total Size: MB WebSite: Album Preview.
  3. Voodoojin says:
    Label: United Artists Records - LAX(M) • Series: UA Jazz Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Cool Jazz.
  4. Douramar says:
    There are four CDs herein, and the middle ones are especially hokey with strings and other arrangements: bongos here, flutes there, etc. Sometimes that arranging gets in the way of Carmen's singing, or at least in the way of my listening. But things clear out by the fourth CD /5(39).
  5. Dokasa says:
    Various Artists: Douglas on Blue Note Updated April 25, – By Harvey Siders During the year or so that Alan Douglas was head honcho of United Artists’ jazz division, he made a significant contribution to its recorded literature.
  6. Garn says:
    Feb 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Them there eyes ( bpm) - Gypsy jazz Backing track / Jazz manouche YouTube Biréli Lagrène - Them There Eyes (Gypsy Jazz) - .
  7. Daigrel says:
    Get this from a library! Douglas on Blue Note.. [Alan Douglas; Kenny Dorham; Betty Carter; Duke Ellington; Oliver Nelson; Phil Woods; Art Blakey; Billie Holiday; Bill Evans; Jim Hall; Herbie Mann; John Coltrane; King Pleasure.; Lloyd Mayers; Ken McIntyre; Jazz Messengers.; Charlie Mingus Jazz Workshop.; Blue Note (Firm);] -- Recordings produced by Alan Douglas when he ran the jazz division .
  8. Narg says:
    The Eyes of Blue started out as a jazz and rhythm & blues-oriented outfit (Graham Bond wrote the notes for their first album), doing songs in that vein as well as less well-suited material such as "Yesterday." They were initially signed to Decca's progressive rock imprint Deram Records, and cut a series of excellent but neglected singles, and.
  9. Fenrizuru says:
    In that restaurant, they were playing this music there. So I copied down the first tracks and last tracks and then searched on Amazon. The result, I was able to order this album from where I was staying. Oh, the joys of holidays homes with wi-fi! In my oprion, each CD is worth the price paid for all 4 /5(57).

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