9 thoughts on “ Part One / Keep On Gettin Up - Horace Silver - Silver N Wood (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Dec 25,  · This is the second installment in Horace Silver's Silver N' series. I was ecstatic when I found out the entire series was going to being released on CD after being recorded over 30 years ago. Unfortunately to any fans interested, the CD's are Japan imports and can go out of stock quickly and not come back into stock for months/5(10).
  2. Horace Silver’s series of two-horn quintets were hugely influential in both hard bop and soul jazz. The Styling's Of Silver was recorded one year after Silver left the Jazz Messengers (which he co-founded with Art Blakey) and it is acknowledged as one of the most exciting hard bop albums of
  3. gram vinyl. This is the album that launched the Horace Silver Quintet. As a pianist, songwriter and bandleader, Horace Silver recorded quite a few superb sessions during his many years on Blue Note. His ability to write and improvise memorable melodies while infusing bebop with the blues epitomized soul jazz. Six Pieces Of Silver is his.
  4. The album, which also featured a year-old Sonny Rollins, is one of the best jazz albums by a pianist; it tore up the rule book and served as a memorable introduction to a phenomenal musical talent.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Silver 'N Wood on Discogs/5(8).
  6. Download the latest song of Silver 'n Wood (Vinyl): The Tranquilizer Suite Part 3: Time And Effort Site Map | Help | Add to favorites To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account.
  7. Silver 'n Wood, an Album by Horace Silver. Released in March on Blue Note (catalog no. BN-LAG; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Tom Harrell (trumpet), Bob Berg (tenor saxophone), Lanny Morgan (alto saxophone), Jerome Richardson (soprano saxophone), Buddy Collette (flute), Fred Jackson, Jr. (flute), Jack Nimitz (baritone saxophone), William Green (bass saxophone), Garnett /5(1).
  8. The second of five LPs that find Horace Silver's Quintet (which by featured trumpeter Tom Harrell and tenor-saxophonist Bob Berg) augmented by a group of other players, this set has six reeds and two trombones, giving Silver more tone colors to work with than usual. The two sidelong works ("The Tranquilizer Suite" and "The Process of Creation Suite") are not all that memorable but the.

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