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Chi-Chi - Max Roach - Max Roach (CD)


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  1. Mar 20,  · 7) “Just One of Those Things” (from Max Roach Plus Four) This track is a highlight from Max’s first record date as a leader (and, save for a Thad Jones record, first recording, period) after Clifford Brown’s untimely death. Kenny Dorham steps in, as does Ray Bryant in the place of the also-departed Richie Powell.
  2. The frontline of Hank Mobley and Kenny Dorham--the next best thing to Clifford Brown and either Harold Land or Sonny Rollins--should be enough to make this album almost as revered and well-known as the coveted, deservedly acclaimed mid-century masterpieces by the Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet.4/5(1).
  3. The inclusion of Max Roach's name on the cover of Jazz Structures is somewhat disingenuous. Upon opening the CD insert, we're informed that Max Roach appears on only four out of eighteen tracks. This information was conspicuously absent from the back cover, where a potential buyer would look to see if a disc's worth spending hard-earned cash on.
  4. Clifford Brown & Max Roach. LP. critic score (1) user score (17) Brown and Roach Incorporated. LP. user score (2) Advertisement. Similar Artists. View More. Miles Davis. Miles Davis Quintet. Sonny Rollins. John Coltrane. Yusef Lateef. DEFTONES New Album Release Date Confirmed By LA Billboard.
  5. Max Roach - Black Saint/Soul Note - Good Bait - Cecil Bridgewater - Odean Pope - Live at Vielharmonie - AllMusic - Thelonious Monk - List of compositions by Thelonious Monk - If You Could See Me Now ( song) - Tadd Dameron - Carl Sigman - Count Basie - Oscar Pettiford - Drum kit - Trumpet - Flugelhorn - Tenor saxophone - Double bass - Jazz - In the Light (disambiguation).
  6. Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite, a seven-part collaboration with Oscar Brown, Jr., in , and he would continue to write works that used solo and choral voices. Throughout the s, Roach was a committed political crusader, and that, along with the general slump of interest in jazz, reduced his musical visibility, although he continued to.
  7. Max Roach () Members, Don't Git Weary As small group jazz moved towards the electric, and fusion was the new art form to check out, Roach put out an album .
  8. Max Roach died aged 83, having lived through everything from swing to bebop, hard bop and modal jazz, taking in everything from cosmic groove, percussion only recordings, to orchestral and nostalgic jazz, and is considered a lynchpin in the change in jazz drumming styles, from the four-to-the-floor kick drum of swing, into the fluid ride-dominated styles of bop and beyond/5(71).
  9. Max Roach + 4 is an LP recorded by jazz drummer Max Roach, which featured Kenny Dorham on trumpet, Sonny Rollins on tenor sax, Ray Bryant on piano, and George Morrow on bass. It was the first album Roach recorded after his collaborators, trumpeter Clifford Brown and pianist Richie Powell, died in a car crash in June Genre: Jazz, Hard bop.

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