Track Listing. Vout Rhythm. Lucky Thompson. Stormy Mood. Marion Abernathy. Baggin' the Boogie. Quincy Jones. Bee Boogie Boo. Bob Mosley. Irresistible You. Freddie Green. Don't Drive This Jive Away.
The Hour of Parting. Abernathy's Boogie, Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD). Ray Noble. Slowin' Down the Blues. I'm Gonna See My Baby. Phil Moore.
Frantic Blues. Bengt Hallberg. Lyle Griffin. Flight of the Vout Bug. It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream. For You. Jeep's Blues. Day Dream. Take the "A" Train. Billy Strayhorn. Hickory Dickory Dock. Blue Rhythm Be-Bop. Vout Rhythm Lucky Thompson. Stormy Mood Marion Abernathy. Baggin' the Boogie Quincy Jones. My only regret is that it features Lucky Thompson on soprano more than on tenor.
I've never come across a copy of the Switzerland release. From the discography, it appears that the contents are very similar to that of Star Chaser. Any significant differences? Having browsed the Cohan Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD) - many thanks to mikweil Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD) soulpope for directing me there - I'm amazed, Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD), and somewhat appalled.
If the selections on Star Chaser are of this quality, how much prime Thompson is lying dormant on someone's shelf? The version of "Tenderly" on Star Chaser ranks with the finest interpretations I've ever heard of the tune, and the tenor sound is intoxicating. So what of all the other material from that session - and so many more? Posted 30 Mar Lucky Thompson was in geat form during his days in Europe.
He only regretted that the accompanists sometimes were not up to par. Too bad they didn't include all the material available from any of the performances. I do not see "Tenderly" among the Star Chaser tracks or any other Thompson recording since Posted 30 Mar edited. I read that Stan Tracey and he didn't get on at all during a mid 60s Ronnie Scott stint. Lots Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD) nasty messages passing from the horn to the rhythmn section apparently.
Same thing seems to have happened with Don Byas. Never happened in the end. Posted 31 Mar edited. It is the second track of the download I have. It appears to be from the March 26, recording. The Cohan discography references the release of the track on the Star Chaser download. It appears to have disappeared VERY recently.
I think it was still available about a week ago, but I can't seem Dynamo B - Lucky Thompson - Lucky Thompson (CD) locate an active link for it when I searched after you posted the question. Posted 31 Mar
Mar 31, · Lucky Thompson was in geat form during his days in Europe. He only regretted that the accompanists sometimes were not up to par. The only tracks newly released on the Star Chaser download are those from Lausanne and two from Mézières - so . Lucky Thompson, Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Louis Hayes Lucky Thompson, Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Louis Hayes - Los Grandes Del Jazz 82 (LP, Album) Sarpe. Lucky Thompson was still just 35 when these TV broadcasts heard on this CD were recorded in Thompson is not only heard on tenor but on soprano-sax, an instrument that Lucky . Born in Columbia, SC, on June 16, , tenor saxophonist Lucky Thompson bridged the gap between the physical dynamism of swing and the cerebral intricacies of bebop, emerging as one of his instrument's foremost practitioners and a stylist par excellence. Eli Thompson's lifelong nickname -- the bypr. Available with an Apple Music subscription. IAJRC (CD) Lucky Thompson Release year: West Coast Jive Delmark (CD) Various Artists Release year: Get Your Kicks Delmark (CD) Duke Henderson, Rabon Tarrant & Lucky Thompson Release year: McVoutie’s Central Avenue Blues Delmark (CD). Solos: a - Lucky Thompson (ts) 50 bars (2-bar break + 1 chorus); Eddie Costa (vib) 32 bars; Joe Puma (g) 16 bars; Ralph Sharon (p) 48 bars (1 chorus) b - Joe Puma (g) 16 bars ( chorus); Lucky Thompson (ts) 16 bars ( chorus) starting at bridge; Ralph Sharon (p) 16 bars ( chorus) c - Osie Johnson (d) 4-bar intro; Eddie Costa (vib) 16 bars ( chorus); Lucky Thompson (ts) 16 bars ( All of the music has been reissued by Jordi Pujol on his Fresh Sound label in either the single CD Lucky Thompson In Paris – The All Star Orchestra Sessions, or on the four-CD set reviewed here. Thompson returned to Paris twice during and all of . Aug 05, · Lucky Thompson, a legendary tenor and soprano saxophonist who took his place among the elite improvisers of jazz from the 's to the . This CD has the full contents of two of Lucky Thompson's LPs. The earlier session, since it was originally released on the Prestige subsidiary Moodsville, emphasizes ballads, as Thompson interprets eight Jerome Kern melodies (none of the obvious ones) plus his own moody original "No More." One of the first "modern" jazz musicians to start doubling on soprano (actually predating John Coltrane. Jul 30, · Lucky Thompson With Emmett Berry, Martial Solal, The Henri Renaud Trio, Dave Pochonet*, Guy Lafitte - Paris Volume 1 (Comp) 3 バージョン Disques Swing SW
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