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Discover Harold Ashby's track Tasty. Complete your Harold Ashby record collection. First Appeared on Harold Ashby – Tasty/Lullaby For Ben. Release Date. Have: 20 Want: 2. Notes.
Tasty, Lullaby For Ben. (Jazz Session JS5) New York, 18-5-77. Booty Wood (tb) Harold Ashby (st) Raymond Fol (p) Aaron Bell (b) Sam Woodyard (dr). Scufflin’ (2 vers), Earma Jean, Salty Mama, When Sunny Gets Blue, Stealing, Quiet Nights, Get Down. Night & Day BB 932 ND 215). Harold Ashby (st) Mulgrew Miller (p) Rufus Reid (b) Ben Riley (dr). I Can’t Get Started, What Am I Here For, Mood Indigo, Frankie And Johnny, Once In A While, Poinciana, C Jam Blues, Prelude To A Kiss, September In The Rain, Perdido. New York, 30 Novembre 1990. Nel 1958 è entrato alla Berklee e nel 1962 a New York ha fondato l’Ethiopian Quintet con il quale nel 1966 ha registrato i primi tre album. Halavorato in televisione, ha partecipato a diversi festival ed ha avuto l’opportunità di tornare alla Berklee come insegnante di musica africana.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). What tenor saxophonist Harold Ashby, pianist John Hicks, bassist Keter Betts, and drummer Jimmy Cobb are able to achieve on this tune defies my humble attempts to describe it. Nearly half the time is taken up by a soulful bowed-bass and piano duet of surpassing loveliness, then Ashby comes in with his horn, and things get even better. Jazz perfection! The clean sound captured by Mapleshade makes it all the better.
Harold Ashby (March 21, 1925 in Kansas City, Missouri – June 13, 2003 in New York City) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. In 1959, he recorded backing Willie Dixon on the latter's debut album, Willie's Blues. Harold Ashby - tenor saxophone. Bluesville Records Willie Dixon Memphis Slim Van Gelder Studio Gus Johnson (jazz musician). Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas CityKansas City, MOMissouri (Kansas City). Harold Ashby (March 21, 1925 in Kansas City, Missouri – June 13, 2003 in New York City) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Missouri Downtown Kansas City Independence, Missouri Kansas City metropolitan area Jackson County, Missouri. He worked with Duke Ellington's band, having replaced Jimmy Hamilton in 1968. Ashby worked as a freelance musician after leaving the Duke Ellington Orchestra in 1975, and took part in various reunions of Ellington alumni, as well as recording and gigging with his own bands.
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NotesRecorded May 18 1977
Performer: Harold Ashby
Title: Tasty/Lullaby For Ben
Date of release: 1977
Size MP3: 1408 mb
Size FLAC: 1488 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: MMF ASF WMA AC3 VOC MIDI ADX