Stop Time - Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers* - Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers (CD)

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  1. Nov 01,  · In a world that puts first things first, Horace Silver’s music would have gotten the box set treatment a long time ago. Precious few musicians possess a sound as emblematic of successive stylistic movements as Silver’s was to hard bop and soul jazz.
  2. Horace Silver and The Jazz Messengers. Horace Silver (piano): Kenny Dorham (trumpet): Hank Mobley (tenor sax): Doug Watkins (bass): Art Blakey (drums) recorded November and February Room Creepin' In Stop Time To Whom It May Concern Hippy The Preacher Hankerin' Doodlin' CD2 Horace-Scope.
  3. Psychedelic Sally - (with Horace Silver) 2. Serenade To A Soul Sister - (with Horace Silver) 3. Rain Dance - (with Horace Silver) 4. Jungle Juice - (with Horace Silver) 5. Kindred Spirits - (with Horace Silver) 6. Next Time I Fall In Love - (with Horace Silver).
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  5. The Jazz Messengers is a album by the Jazz Messengers, released by Columbia Records. It was the last recording by the Jazz Messengers lineup featuring pianist Horace Silver. In Columbia reissued the LP in their Jazz Odyssey Series with a new cover under the title Art Blakey with the Original Jazz Messengers.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 47 W. 63rd address Vinyl release of Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers on Discogs.4/5(5).
  7. Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers - Room Creepin' In: Stop Time: To Whom It May Concern: Hippy: The Preacher: Hankerin' Doodlin' Horace Silver Trio - Day In Day Out: How About You: I Remember You: Silverware:
  8. Originally released in , Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers was a seminal album in the launch of hard bop jazz. Pianist, Horace Silver joined forces with drummer, Art Blakey, and the Jazz Messengers to create this new sound. This was the first album by the Jazz Messengers and it features two jazz classics: 'The Preacher' and 'Doodlin'.'/5(52).
  9. In , pianist Horace Silver teamed with drummer Art Blakey to form a cooperative ensemble that would combine the dexterity and power of bebop with the midtempo, down-home grooves of blues and gospel music. The results are what would become known as hard bop, and the Jazz Messengers were one of the leading exponents of this significant era in jazz history/

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