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Tadds Delight - Joe Lovano Nonet - 52nd Street Themes (CD, Album)

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9 Responses to Tadds Delight - Joe Lovano Nonet - 52nd Street Themes (CD, Album)

  1. Zumuro says:
    Joe Lovano: 52nd Street Themes album review by Mark Corroto, published on May 1, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!
  2. Maurisar says:
    Jun 19,  · Abstractions on 52nd Street: 52nd Street Theme 9. Focus Joe Lovano - tenor sax Steve Slagle - alto sax Ralph Lalama - tenor sax Joe Lovano Nonet - Live at the New Morning, Paris, February 19th.
  3. Zulull says:
    Re-Up Tracklist 1 – If you could see me now 2 – On a misty night 3 – Sippin at bells 4 – Passion flower 5 – Deal 6 – The scene is clean 7 – Whatever possessed me 8 – Charlie Chan 9 – Theme for Ernie 10 – Tadds delight 11 – Abstractions on 52nd Street 12 – 52nd Street Theme 13 – Embraceable you.
  4. Gardakasa says:
    Because 52nd Street Themes, which is dominated by five Tadd Dameron tunes, shakes off the musty museum reverence of such efforts and makes a very personal statement. Lovano's two most influential mentors in his native Cleveland--his father Tony and the album's arranger Willie "Face" Smith--both played with Dameron.
  5. Malabei says:
    Find album credit information for 52nd Street Themes - Joe Lovano on AllMusic.
  6. Mir says:
    Label: Blue Note Records - 4 2 6 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Post Bop Joe Lovano Nonet - 52nd Street Themes (, CD) | Discogs /5(9).
  7. Zologul says:
    Find Joe Lovano discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Joe Lovano discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos All. Year Album 52nd Street Themes: Blue Note Hometown Sessions: Orchard
  8. Tygojar says:
    The latest CD by jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano blends New York attitude with Midwestern warmth in an homage to the Manhattan street where bebop ruled in the '50s and '60s. The music here, like that of such other thematic Lovano albums as Rush Hour (his celebration of third-stream music) and Celebrating Sinatra, evokes the past without being at all archival.
  9. Shaktizil says:
    52nd Street Themes: Lovano, Joe Nonet: boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfo: Music. Skip to main boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfo Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & .

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