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8 thoughts on “ Goodbye - Wynton Marsalis Quartet - Blues & Swing (VHS)

  1. Live at Blues Alley is a double live album by the Wynton Marsalis Quartet, recorded at Blues Alley in December and released through Columbia Records in The quartet included trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, bassist Robert Hurst, pianist Marcus Roberts and drummer Jeff "Tain" adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.xyzinfo album was produced by Steven Epstein; George Butler served as executive producer.
  2. Wynton Marsalis – Standards and Ballads () Written by bluesever Tuesday, 20 October - Last Updated Thursday, 25 June Wynton Marsalis – Standards and Ballads () 1. When It’s Sleepytime Down South 2. Stardust 3. Embraceable You 4. Reflections 5. After You’ve Gone 6. The Seductress 7. My Ideal 8. Spring Yaounde 9.
  3. Wynton Marsalis discography and songs: Music profile for Wynton Marsalis, born 18 October Genres: Jazz, Post-Bop, Blues. Albums include Black Codes (From the Underground), In the Blue Light, and Marsalis Standard Time, Vol. 1.
  4. Jan 01,  · Shortly after Wynton Marsalis burst on the scene in the s, he and what was seen as his “agenda” became subjects of controversy. Just prior, the Jazz scene had experienced Free Jazz and Fusion, both of which were styles Marsalis and his fellow traveler Stanley Crouch opined were “outside the tradition” of Jazz. Two decades.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blues & Swing - Wynton Marsalis on AllMusic - /
  6. our mission. In the Spirit of Swing. The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education and advocacy.
  7. New Orleans-born trumpeter Wynton Marsalis (), one of the most popular jazz musicians of all times, was educated to classical music but, after joining Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (), adopted the hard-bop trumpet styles of Clifford Brown, Lee Morgan and Freddie Hubbard, as mediated by the sound of Miles Davis' acoustic quintet of the s, and flirted with the spirit of the swing era.
  8. Jazz music performed by the Wynton Marsalis Quartet (Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Marcus Roberts, piano; Robert Leslie Hurst III, bass; Jeff "Tain" Watts, drums). Event notes: Performance dates: Friday, 19 December and Saturday, 20 December

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