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8 thoughts on “ Off Monk - The Barry Harris Sextet - Bulls Eye! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Choose the Jazz artist of your choice to Buy Rare, Collectible, Used and Hard to Find Vinyl Albums, Vinyl records, Rare Singles, Picture Discs, Rare Vinyl, 12" singles, 10" singles, 7" singles, Limited Editions, Promos, Promotional items, Imports, Memorabilia, Juke-Box singles and new re-issue CD or remastered CD Albums and compilations.
  2. Monk’s Music. AM: As a massive John Coltrane fan, there are few things flat-out cooler than hearing Monk shout “Coltrane! Coltrane!” before the sax-man takes his solo on the Monk’s Music gem “Well, You Needn’t.” The way the track swells into and out of itself is fascinating in its own right, but there’s something about that vocal interaction being caught on record that just.
  3. Feb 08,  · Bull's Eye, an Album by The Barry Harris Sextet. Released in on Prestige (catalog no. PR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop, Bebop/5(7).
  4. Pretty good session. McPherson's tenor tone is fuller than on the old LP and Kenny Dorham has yet to show signs of decline. Although Pepper Adam's dominance of the soloing might not be to everyone's taste, it's fine for me. Barry has 2 trio tracks. The sextet tune Barengo sounds similar to Seabreeze but with improvised bridges/5(10).
  5. This is necessary and justified because today, you can buy countless re-issues of an album and the ALBUM may be exactly the same, but the SOUND quality can vary wildly. So, with this great masterpiece by Johnny Griffin, there are quite a few re-issues of this recording. It is offered on Vinyl Reviews: 7.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bull's Eye! on Discogs. Label: Prestige - PRST , PR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • /5(3).
  7. Interpretations of Monk, an Album by Muhal Richard Abrams / Barry Harris. Released in on Koch (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Richard Davis (bass), Don Cherry (trumpet), Roswell Rudd (trombone), Steve Lacy (soprano saxophone), Charlie Rouse (tenor saxophone), Verna Gillis .

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