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Grant Green - Street Funk & Jazz Grooves (The Best Of Grant Green) (CD)

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  1. This might be straight out of the magic era of jazz - the guitar work against that groove in the back is tremendous. After hearing this, you just know what John Scofield has been listening to all these years. This album moves seamlessly between the cool and the funk - and Grant Green just throws runs around with a real sense of ease/5(4).
  2. grant green - green street. (/ blue note records / capitol records 5 2 6 / ) cd 01 no.1 green street 02 'round about midnight 03 grant's dimensions 04 green with envy 05 alone together 06 green with envy (alternate take) 07 alone.
  3. Recording Date Title Label Release Date Notes Reaching Out: Black Lion: Originally released in as Reaching Out by Dave Bailey Quintet (Jazztime JT ); reissued in as Green Blues by Grant Green (Muse MR ); reissued on CD in as Reaching Out by Grant Green (Black Lion BLCD ).: His Majesty King Funk: Verve:
  4. Tracklist: 1 Grantstand 2 Lazy Afternoon 3 Sookie Sookie 4 Talkin' About JC 5 Windjammer 6 A Walk In The Night
  5. (The alternate take of this one on the expanded CD reissue is a full two minutes shorter.) If this is not a definitive jazz guitar trio, they have not yet been born, and Green Street stands as one of Grant Green's best recordings of many he produced in the ten prolific years he /5(28).
  6. Resonance's Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes () is two archival recordings in one package. Most of the first disc is devoted to an October 26, concert given at La Maison de la Radio's Studio , where Grant Green was supported by bassist Larry Ridley, drummer Don Lamond, and, on "I Wish You Love," guitarist Barney Kessel, while the second part of Funk in France combines Price: $
  7. The Best of Grant Green Vol Street Funk & Jazz Grooves的话题 · · · · · · (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人,还是一件事,都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。.
  8. May 22,  · Richard Brody reviews two new releases of the jazz guitarist Grant Green: the two-disk set “Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes ()” and “Slick!—Live at Oil Can Harry’s.”.

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