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You Stepped Out Of A Dream - Max Roach - Seven Classic Albums (CD)

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  1. Jan 01,  · You Stepped Out Of A Dream By Max Roach. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. You Stepped Out Of A Dream. Featured on Deeds, Not Words (Reissue) More by Max Roach. The Complete Mercury Sessions. Parisian Sketches. Music Duration: 7 min.
  2. You Stepped out of a Dream 2 Filide Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Max Roach & Charles Mingus) [Live] You May Also Like See All. 12 Classic Albums: Red Garland The Complete Recordings: Jackie McLean The Complete Recordings: Coleman Hawkins 15 Classic Albums Paul Chambers Released on: January 01,
  3. 歌曲名《You Stepped out of a Dream》,由 Max Roach 演唱,收录于《Invitation to Love Jazz, Vol. 14》专辑中。《You Stepped out of a Dream》下载,《You Stepped out of a Dream》在线试听,更多相关歌曲推荐尽在网易云音乐.
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  5. 4. You Stepped Out Of A dream 5. Poor Butterfly 6. St. Thomas 7. You Don't Know What Love Is 8. Strode Rode 9. Moritat Blue Seven Sonny Rollins - Tenor sax Clifford Brown - Trumpet (tracks I/) Richie Powell - Piano (tracks I/) George Morrow - Bass (tracks I/) Max Roach - Drums (tracks I/, II/) Donald Byrd - Trumpet (tracks.
  6. 4 Mr. X. 5 Driva' Man (Remastered) (From "We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite") 6 Dr. Free-Zee 7 You Stepped out of a Dream 8 Driva'man 9 Garvey's Ghost (Remastered) (From "Percussion Bitter Sweet") 10 The most beautiful Girl in the World
  7. AVID Jazz presents four classic Sonny Rollins albums on a finely re-mastered and low priced double CD. We start off in March with `Sonny Rollins Plus 4' where unsurprisingly we find Sonny accompanied, by you guessed it, four stellar jazzmen. Clifford Brown on trumpet, Max Roach on drums, George Morrow on bass and Richie Powell on piano.
  8. The studio albums were recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey: Tracks to on December 16, Tracks to on April 14, (Wikipedia) Tracks to on September 22, The live albums were recorded at the Village Vanguard, New York City: Tracks to on November 3,
  9. Also notable is Max Roach's solo, which uses a triplet rhythm figure later imitated by Rollins, again helping to give the piece a coherent feel. The original 22 June session was recorded by Rudy Van Gelder and the album's title was devised by Prestige Records' in-house publicity director Bob Altshuler.

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