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Scram - Gene Ammons With Brother Jack McDuff - Soul Summit (CD)

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  1. Kagajind Reply
    Gene Ammons / Etta Jones / Jack McDuff: Soul Summitt Vol. 2 7 Love, I've Found You 8 But Not For Me 9 Too Marvelous For Words 10 If You Are But A Dream 11 Scram 12 Ballad For Baby 13 Cool, Cool, Daddy Rok vydání: Rok vydání reedice:
  2. Mogul Reply
    Read and write album reviews for Soul Summit - Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, Jack McDuff on AllMusic.
  3. Makinos Reply
    Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt With Jack McDuff* Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt With Jack McDuff* - Soul Summit ‎ (LP, Album) Prestige, Prestige, Prestige: PR , .
  4. Tokus Reply
    Shop Soul Summit. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).
  5. Karr Reply
    Gene Ammons is a master of this type of jazz and his tenor sound fits neatly into the genre. Brother Jack McDuff is very much in the Jimmy Smith groove and was very popular at the time but would seem to be the sound of a bygone era. Tracks 1 to 6 on CD One have the added presence of Count Basie trumpeter Joe Newman which adds a degree of.
  6. Taule Reply
    Scram is listed as a bonus track from a session with Gene Ammons heading a quartet with the pianist Patti Bown. Scram is, in fact, from the album Soul Summit Vol 2., and has the same band as shown for Brother Jack McDuff Meets The Boss.
  7. Tujar Reply
    The tracks on this reissue are the same 13 songs you get on the other "Soul Summit" CD that's listed by Amazon under Brother Jack McDuff's name. Both versions of the CD include the "Soul Summit" and "Soul Summit Vol.2" albums, and it's an unabashed treat for jazz fans/5(5).
  8. Vudozshura Reply
    Nice double-length CD that brings together tuff soul jazz tenor tracks culled from some mid 60s sessions that Red Holloway cut with Brother Jack McDuff. Some of the tracks appeared on the albums Cookin' Together and The Dynamic Jack McDuff, and the material is a mix of quartet sides and larger group ones, with Benny Golson directing the band.
  9. Nikonris Reply
    The two early-'60s LPs in the Soul Summit series featured some of the many collaborations of tenors Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, who are joined by organist Jack McDuff and drummer Charlie Persip. Their six performances are primarily riff tunes, with "When You Wish Upon a Star" taken at a medium pace and "Out in the Cold Again" the lone ballad.

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