Brainwasher - JR Monterose* - Jaywalkin (CD)


Download Brainwasher - JR Monterose* - Jaywalkin (CD)
2001
Label: Fresh Sound Records - FSR-CD320 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop


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8 Comments

  1. Mecage

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    Tracks 1 to 6 recorded in New York, February 25, and March 9, Tracks 7 to 15 recorded in New York, June Tracks 16 to 19 recorded in New York, November
  2. Kigajar

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    Stream Jaywalkin' by JR Monterose and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Brainwasher. Brainwasher. Listen Now $ 6. My Old Flame. My Old Flame. This is a very worthwhile CD. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. M. Evertsen. out of 5 stars Jaywalkin /5(2).
  3. Shaktijinn

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    Early life. J.R. or JR (derived from Jr.) Monterose grew up in Utica, New York, where his family moved a few months after his norpersmantmulkole.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.co began formal clarinet studies at thirteen, but was largely self-taught as a tenor saxophonist, which he took up at fifteen after hearing Glenn Miller band soloist Tex norpersmantmulkole.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.co earliest influences were Coleman Hawkins and Chu Berry, but, as he told critic.
  4. Zuluzilkree

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    Press reviews "This is an illuminating series of three different sessions from the mid-'50s, where J.R. Monterose surrounds himself with crack players: Charles Mingus, Doug Watkins, Kenny Clarke, Jo Jones, Teddy Charles, Eddie Costa, Joe Puma, Ralph Sharon, and others.
  5. Akinozshura

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    American jazz tenorsaxophonist (b. January 19, in Detroit, Michigan - d. September 16, in Utica, New York). J.R. Monterose (not to be confused with tenorsaxophonist Jack Montrose), worked with Buddy Rich (), Claude Thornhill, Teddy Charles, Jon Eardley, Charles Mingus ( on "Pithecanthropus Erectus") and Kenny Dorham, among others.
  6. Kajidal

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    This is an illuminating series of three different sessions from the mid-'50s, where J.R. Monterose surrounds himself with crack players: Charles Mingus, Doug Watkins, Kenny Clarke, Jo Jones, Teddy Charles, Eddie Costa, Joe Puma, Ralph Sharon, and norpersmantmulkole.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.co sets are all groovin'-high treatments of everything from hard bop tunes of the era to an set of mostly Rodgers & Hart tunes completely.
  7. Vocage

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    Teddy Charles New Directions Quartet Rewriting by March 17, ; CD:Prestige OJCCD EVOLUTION [] 10" LP:New Jazz LP Teddy Charles norpersmantmulkole.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.cot Introducing norpersmantmulkole.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.coose .

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