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I Dont Know - Frank Strozier - Fantastic Frank Strozier (Vinyl, LP)

02.10.2012 / / Metalcore

8 Replies to “ I Dont Know - Frank Strozier - Fantastic Frank Strozier (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Jan 20,  · I just picked up this album. Wow is right, it doesn't sound anything like the s Shelly Manne dates that I've accumulated. I don't think I know anything about Frank Strozier. I must have some other albums with him. I will check out the discography.
  2. Jun 29,  · Frank Strozier - alto sax Booker Little - trumpet Wynton Kelly - piano Paul Chambers - bass Jimmy Cobb - drums recorded
  3. Fantastic Frank Strozier CD music In a day of synthesized jazz, this CD brings back the alto sax the way it was meant to be heard. Fantastic Frank Strozier buy CD music Frank Strozier is an alto player out of the Charlie Parker lineage, and is almost a contemporary of Phil Woods, if you like Phil Woods. youll also like Frank Strozier.
  4. Aug 09,  · Frank Strozier was introduced to the record buying public on the U.A. album “Down Home Reunion” – Young Men from Memphis”, the Young Men being Booker Little, Louis Smith, George Coleman, the Newborn Bros, and as reads the front sleeve:” Introducing Frank Strozier”. (UAL /UAS Great cover art this one.
  5. Stozier's Uncle Larry W. told me the family would send him down to the "White" Library to pick up some books. CD's you may want to purchase;M J T+3,"The Young Lion's" with Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter etc.,"March of the Siamese Children" Also recorded as sideman with Booker Ervin,Chet Baker etc. Over 76 minutes of the "FANTASTIC FRANK STROZIER!!!!4/5(7).
  6. Altoist Frank Strozier's first session as a leader has been reissued on this Vee Jay CD with the original six selections joined by five additional and previously unreleased performances, only one of which is actually an alternate take. The altoist's quintet consists of Miles Davis' rhythm section of the time (pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb), along with the.
  7. Fantastic Frank Strozier is the debut album by American saxophonist Frank Strozier, recorded in 19for Vee-Jay Records. The personnel includes the rhythm section from part of Miles Davis 's Kind of Blue, recorded earlier in Genre: Jazz.

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