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  1. Shakasho Reply

    (age 19) Kenny Burrell - Kenny's Sound / My Funny Valentine. Yusef Lateef, tenor sax, flute; Tommy Flanagan, piano, vibes; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Billy Burrell or Al Jackson, bass; Elvin Jones or Hindel Butts, drums.

  2. Mauhn Reply

    Bonnie Raitt Since I Fell For You. Bonnie Raitt Warner Bros. Records AM: AM: Tommy Flanagan & Kenny Barron If I Should Lose You. Together Denon AM: Roy Eldridge and His Orchestra Rockin' Chair. The Amazing Trumpet of Roy Eldridge Jazz Archives rec:

  3. Voshakar Reply

    If I Should Lose You - (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger) c. Denon CD: 38C — Together () Date: February 4, Kenny Barron, Ray Bryant, Tommy Flanagan, Hank Jones, Duke Jordan, Roger Kellaway, John Lewis, .

  4. Meztikree Reply

    Without Deception is a studio album by English jazz bassist Dave Holland, drummer Johnathan Blake, and pianist Kenny Barron. The album was released on March 6, by Dare2, Holland's own label. The album was recorded in Mount Vernon, New York, and consists of 10 compositions, including the Thelonious Monk's rarity “Worry Later”.

  5. Zoloshakar Reply

    Kenny Barron Embraceable You - Kenny Barron's solo - PDF. Watch on Youtube. McCoy Tyner Theme for Ernie by John Coltrane Theme For Ernie (McCoy Tyner's Solo) - PDF. Watch on Youtube. Hank Mobley If I should Lose You - from Hank Mobley - Soul Station If I Should Lose You - Hank Tommy Flanagan (piano Solo) Relaxin' at Camarillo - From.

  6. Vikora Reply

    Alan Broadbent also acknowledged Flanagan as an influence, as did Helen Sung, who changed from being a classical music pianist to a jazz one after hearing the swing and logic of a Flanagan solo. Kenny Barron described Flanagan as his "hero" and stated that he admired the older man's touch and phrasing from when he first heard it at junior high.

  7. Zulkiran Reply

    Kenny Barron and Benny Green played a series of duo concerts at Marians Jazzroom from April , as part of Jazz Festival Bern, in Bern, Switzerland. In this conversation, which took place on April 21, they mused on aesthetics, technique and other piano players. They both can look back on illustrious careers as bandleaders.

  8. Samugis Reply

    Stan Getz – Kenny Barron: People Time () CD Verve Track II/7: Soul Eyes Kenny Barron: Wanton Spirit () Tommy Flanagan & Kenny Barron: Together () CD Denon DC Track 1.

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