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Simple Waltz - Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer - The Power Of Positive Swinging (CD, Album)

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  1. Between and , Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer teamed up to make three albums for the Mainstream label (Terry made a fourth without Brookmeyer: it's the least impressive of them all), and this one, I think, is the best. The two men had a real empathy for each other, and their playing is always inventive and sharp.5/5(3).
  2. Looking back on the post Jazz World many years later, a re-reading of the following insert notes by Nat Hentoff, this time as they appeared in the CD version of Clark Terry-Bob Brookmeyer Quintet: The Power of Positive Swining [Mainstream JK ], helped the subtitle of .
  3. "One of my favourite albums is The Power of Positive Swinging, a LP featuring a quintet led by Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer. They formed the group in , when Brookmeyer was asked to assemble a band to play at the Half Note club in New York.
  4. Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer ‎– The Power Of Positive Swinging Simple Waltz: 9: Just An Old Manuscript: Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat# The Power of Positive Swinging ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) Mainstream Records: SRCS Japan: /5(1).
  5. Buy Mp3 Music Online / Clark Terry / The Power Of Positive Swinging (With Bob Brookmeyer) Clark Terry — The Power Of Positive Swinging (With Bob Brookmeyer) $
  6. THE POWER OF POSITIVE SWINGING (remaster) [ ltd. ] (CD) by CLARK TERRY/BOB BROOKMEYER QUINTET is in stock now.,Japan,Music CD, Limited pressing edition. Remaster album from CLARK TERRY/BOB BROOKMEYER QUINTET. Originally released by Mainstream Records in Bob Brookmeyer(v-tb), Clark Terry(tp), Roger Kellaway(p), Bill Crow(b), Dave Bailey(p).
  7. The Power Of Positive Swinging. Original Mainstream Records silver and black label on vinyl. He later worked with Jimmy Giuffre,[3] before rejoining Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band. Very rare release. Recorded in New York City, The Power Of Positive Swinging. Original Mainstream Records silver and black label on vinyl.
  8. A must have for Clark Terry fans. Clark and Bob are at their best playing with and off each other. Cool bop and funky bluesy jazz will keep you smiling. I have heard there was friction between the two but the music they made is fantastic. I waited for many many years for these to come out on CD /5(17).

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