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  • Akijinn says:
    52nd street themes non è un album nostalgico di tributi, si tratta di stili diversi messi insieme e sostanzialmente dei pari di Joe Lovano, il nonetto, con i successi di Willie Smith e del suo compagno Tad Dameron. Non mancano riferimenti a Davis,Gershwin e Monk; a cui si /5(8).
  • Gashicage says:
    52nd Street Theme Lyrics. The man who only lives for making money. Lives a life that isn't necessarily sunny. Likewise the man who works for fame. .
  • Yozshugar says:
    Fronting a four-man sax section, Lovano blasts through such strong Dameronia as "The Scene Is Clean" and "Tadd's Delight," refreshes the indelible lyricism of Dameron 's lovely "If You Could See Me Now," and, in an intimate duet with pianist John Hicks, velvetizes Billy Strayhorn 's lush "Passion Flower."8/
  • Kagazragore says:
    Apr 25,  · 52nd street themes non è un album nostalgico di tributi, si tratta di stili diversi messi insieme e sostanzialmente dei pari di Joe Lovano, il nonetto, con i successi di Willie Smith e del suo compagno Tad Dameron. Non mancano riferimenti a Davis,Gershwin e Monk; a cui si aggiunge un brano di Lovano/5(8).
  • Daile says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Joe Lovano Nonet - 52nd Street Themes at Discogs. Complete your Joe Lovano Nonet collection/5(12).
  • Voodoogore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 52nd St. Theme on Discogs/5(7).
  • Nizragore says:
    rows · Watch the video for 52nd Street Theme from Dizzy Gillespie's Dizzier and Dizzier for free, .
  • Mamuro says:
    52nd St. Theme - Bud Powell's Modernists;Thelonious Monk;Fats Navarro;Sonny Rollins;Bud Powell;Tommy Potter;Roy Haynes Notes The recording on the other side of this disc: Dance of the Infidels.
  • Brabei says:
    The music on 52nd Street Themes holds a deep, personal meaning for saxophonist Joe Lovano. It’s as though Lovano had worked his entire life to prepare for the work he did in ’“culminating in the rich, expansive Nonet charts of 52nd Street Themes, written by long-time Cleveland veteran Willie Smith.

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