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Singing for you - James Moody - James Moody with Strings (Vinyl)

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  • Samuzshura
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    24.11.2019 at 05:25 Reply

  • Daikazahn
    James Moody's definitely feelin it here – stepping back into a straighter hardbop mode after some funkier sets of the early 70s – really sounding great on tenor, alto, and flute – and working with a very hip quartet for the date! Kenny Barron's in the group on both electric and LP, Vinyl record album.

    28.11.2019 at 15:01 Reply

  • Karan
    Mancini handpicked a selection of his best numbers for Bop's finest multi-woodwind player on this mainstream jazz winner. Moody and cohort Gil Goldstein treat the fine tunes with respect, but can't help bringing advanced musical ideas into the mix. We won't mention Moody's vocals on "Moon River," an otherwise touching love letter to his wife.

    21.11.2019 at 20:36 Reply

  • Dazuru
    Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars with a review stating, "James Moody has an opportunity to show off his versatility on Feelin' It Together. He switches between tenor, alto and flute (excelling on all three instruments) with a quartet.

    23.11.2019 at 15:44 Reply

  • Mooguzahn
    One of the champions of Dizzy Gillespie's music, James Moody was an accomplished musician on the tenor and alto saxophones, as well as the flute, despite being born partially deaf. In addition to his instrumental prowess, Moody was an engaging entertainer, captivating .

    19.11.2019 at 18:02 Reply

  • Tojajora
    James Moody was an institution in jazz from the late '40s into the 21st century, whether on tenor, flute, occasional alto, or yodeling his way through his "Moody's Mood for Love." After serving in the Air Force (), he joined Dizzy Gillespie'.

    23.11.2019 at 07:11 Reply

  • Akinorr
    In in Sweden, saxophonist James Moody recorded a solo on "I'm in the Mood for Love" considered so perfect that jazz singer Eddie Jefferson set lyrics to it in and made it a song in its own right. In one stroke, Moody and Jefferson created an entirely new kind of jazz singing: vocalese.

    23.11.2019 at 08:53 Reply

  • Zulkizuru
    Moody's Mood for Blues / James Moody's Moods James Moody. out of 5 stars 5 #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in cliche, a top listen; there's something uncool about flute in jazz, yet I like it, that shmoozy sound. Some quite odd singing on here too. Read more. Helpful. Sending feedback Thank you for /5(16).

    21.11.2019 at 23:45 Reply

  • Moogugrel
    THE BOOK COOKS LP by Booker Ervin 12" Vinyl Record Bethlehem Records original gray label. Plays well. James Moody - Moody With Strings Argo LP Records VG/VG+ | eBaySeller Rating: % positive.

    29.11.2019 at 00:28 Reply