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Taboo - Dorothy Ashby And Frank Wess - In A Minor Groove (Vinyl, LP, Album)

17.12.2019
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  1. Jul 15,  · Do any of you have bought some albums on vinyl from Real Gone Music and can offer an opinion regarding the quality? Are they better than Doxy, Dol & the likes? I am trying to avoid these labels. Next week the repressing of Dorothy Ashby's "In a minor groove" should be released. Pressings from the 50ies and 60ies are unaffordable. I am tempted.
  2. Dorothy Ashby was probably the greatest—and certainly the most swinging—jazz harpist of all time, re-purposing an instrument best known for ethereal glissandos into a fully versatile voice in combo settings, capable of providing both instrumental embroidery and rhythmic drive. But she was always fighting an uphill battle in terms of garnering critical and commercial success; both her.
  3. Apr 02,  · In a Minor Groove is one of two albums she made in with flautist/saxophonist Frank Wess, and it is a marvel; backed by fellow Detroit native Herman Wright on bass and the great Roy Haynes on drums, she and Wess weave mesmerizing melodic threads through standards like “Alone Together” and “Yesterdays.”.
  4. Mar 19,  · Real Gone has announced a pair of vinyl reissues due on April 26, and we’ve got the detail for you right here. First up is a new edition of Dorothy Ashby and Frank Wess’ Minor Groove album from Ashby was a jazz harpist who made her first headlining album .
  5. May 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dorothy Ashby And Frank Wess - In A Minor Groove at Discogs. Complete your Dorothy Ashby And Frank Wess collection/5(56).
  6. Color Of Vinyl Subject To Change Without Notice / Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available. Dorothy Ashby was probably the greatest – and certainly the most swinging – jazz harpist of all time, re-purposing an instrument best known for ethereal glissandos into a fully versatile voice in combo settings, capable of providing both instrumental embroidery and rhythmic drive.
  7. This LP brings together for the first time, HIP HARP and IN A MINOR GROOVE, the two albums recorded in by the legendary jazz harpist and polistrumentist Dorothy Ashby. Dorothy Ashby had a unique soul jazz harp sound, and although the instrument she used is probably more thought of in terms of bedtime lullabies, she actually makes it swing.
  8. For this first-ever domestic vinyl reissue of In a Minor Groove, we are using the original mono sources-not the rechanneled stereo and jumbled track listing that showed up on Prestige's later repackaging called Dorothy Ashby Plays for Beautiful People-and pressing up a limited edition of in neon green vinyl!

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