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8 thoughts on “ Over The Rainbow - The Modern Jazz Quartet - Fontessa (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The Modern Jazz Quartet was a major jazz institution. From the start, their sound and style was in place. From the start, their sound and style was in place. Mixing together the influences of Bach and Charlie Parker, with pianist John Lewis' basic blues playing reminiscent of Count Basie and Milt Jackson adding a great deal of soul to the music.
  2. One of the reasons for the Modern Jazz Quartet's longevity was the wide appeal of their music. Cool jazz adopted them as their own for the fugues and Third Stream works, while boppers could appreciate their strong roots in the blues. Mosaic's 7-CD collection of the MJQ's studio albums from offers generous helpings of the group's wide repertoire. In his review, Thomas .
  3. Song information for Over the Rainbow - The Modern Jazz Quartet on AllMusic. Song information for Over the Rainbow - The Modern Jazz Quartet on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Modern Jazz Quartet. Fontessa. Atlantic: The Modern Jazz Quartet. The Queen's Fancy. Back Up:
  4. Jul 13,  · Song Over the Rainbow; Artist The Modern Jazz Quartet; Album Over the Rainbow; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Atlantic Jazz); EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, CMRRA, SOLAR.
  5. Versailles, an Album by The Modern Jazz Quartet. Released in on Versailles (catalog no. MEDX ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Cool Jazz.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fontessa on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Cool Jazz.
  7. THIS SALE IS FOR: THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET "FONTESSA" VINYL LP ALBUM. A3 Fontessa. Excellent release by The Modern Jazz Quartet, their first on Atlantic. The Mono version of this record is notable for being a much better quality than the later Stereo laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  8. One of the reasons for the Modern Jazz Quartet's longevity was the wide appeal of their music. Cool jazz adopted them as their own for the fugues and Third Stream works, while boppers could appreciate their strong roots in the blues. Mosaic's 7-CD collection of the MJQ's studio albums from offers generous helpings of the group's wide repertoire. In his review, Thomas Cunniffe notes.

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