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  1. Artist: The John Handy Quintet Title: The 2nd John Handy Album Year Of Release: / Label: Columbia / Legacy Genre: Soul-Jazz, Post Bop Quality: FLAC (tracks) [kHz/24bit] Total Time: Total Size: GB WebSite: Album Preview.
  2. This CD is a re-release of a studio album recorded in Handy's alto sax is joined on this outing by the violin of Michael White, the guitar of Jerry Hahn, the bass of Don Thompson, and the drums of Terry Clarke. For me, it is Hahn who really makes this session take off, but the rest of the musicians are certainly no slouches, either.
  3. Label: Columbia - CL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Post Bop The John Handy Quintet* - The 2nd John Handy Album (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(6).
  4. Dec 02,  · Recorded in , The 2nd John Handy Album, despite it's unoriginal album title is the definition of creativity. There's pieces of fusion here. This is three years before Davis even tried to "create" the genre. Live At The Monterey is FOUR years before Bitches Brew and even more fusion than The 2nd John Handy Album/5(2).
  5. Jan 16,  · Recorded live at the Village Gate, New York City, June 28, Tracks - 1. Naima (In Memory of John Coltrane) 2. A Little Quiet 3. Tears of Ole Miss (Anatomy of a Riot).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The 2nd John Handy Album on Discogs. Label: Columbia - S • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Post Bop/5(4).
  7. In the s, Handy led several groups, among them a quintet with Michael White, violin, Jerry Hahn, guitar, Don Thompson, bass, and Terry Clarke, drums. This group's performance at the Monterey Jazz Festival was recorded and released as an album; Handy received Grammy nominations for "Spanish Lady" (jazz performance) and "If Only We Knew.
  8. US alto saxophanist John Handy's second Columbia album. Utilising the same musicians who had joined him during his sensational set at the Monterey Jazz Festival Handy performs five of his complex yet accessible originals, which include the "Theme X", the catchy "Blues for a Highstrung Guitar," and the adventurous "Scheme #1.”.

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