All Blues - Al Mack - Giant Steps (CD, Album)

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    May 14,  · Listen to Kind of Blue on Spotify - Listen to more from Miles Davis on Spotify -
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    Giant Steps is the fifth studio album by jazz musician John Coltrane as leader, released in February on Atlantic Records, catalogue SD This was his first album as leader for his new label Atlantic Records. Many of its tracks have become practice templates for jazz Jazz.
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    Sep 29,  · "Giant Steps" is a jazz recording by John Coltrane, on tenor saxophone, which is the first track on the album of the same name and is 4 minutes and 49 second.
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    Jowcol is the publishing company established over 40 years ago by John Coltrane. It secures clearance for licenses of all Coltrane recordings, inclusive of compositions by Alice Coltrane. Today, their son, Ravi Coltrane registers his recorded music under the Jowcol name. If credited like Jowcol Music, Inc. or Jowcol Music, please, use that.
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    Rudy Royston: Little Steps, Big Pictures. Everybody needs a helping hand now and then. Rudy Royston understands that. The Covid pandemic has caused gigs to completely dry up for all musicians, and with that, their main income stream. Yet there are still mortgages, rents .
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    Kind of Blue is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter Miles was recorded on March 2 and April 22, , at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City, and released on August 17 of that year by Columbia album features Davis's ensemble sextet consisting of saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, pianist Bill Evans, bassist Paul Chambers, and.
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    Blues. Soundtracks. Christian & Gospel. Precious Memories Collection [2 CD] Alan Jackson $ $ 89 (2,) Rough and Rowdy Ways Bob Dylan $ $ 57 (1,) Legend [Vinyl] Bob Marley Weezer (Blue Album) [LP] Weezer $ $ 98 (1,) Total Freedom Kathleen Edwards.
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    Taj Mahal's second album, recorded in the spring and fall of , opens with more stripped-down Delta-style blues in the manner of his debut, but adds a little more amplification (partly courtesy of Al Kooper on organ) before moving into wholly bigger sound on numbers like "She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride" and "The Cuckoo" -- the latter, in particular, features crunchy electric.

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