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Greazy Blues - Clark Terry Featuring Al Grey, Charles Fox (5), Marcus McLaurine - Shades Of Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Vudotaur says:
    The group makes the most of the closing St Louis Blues, with Clark Terry eloquently outspoken, Charles Fox puckish, and Al Grey conversing in wah-wah mode. As a drummer, I was afraid that this album could lack bite, but it has plenty of that.
  2. Samukus says:
    royreretorlestkabatincondscalnordown.coinfo Blues royreretorlestkabatincondscalnordown.coinfo Butt royreretorlestkabatincondscalnordown.coinfo's Mood Hooties Blues St. Louis Blues Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn), Al Grey (trombone), Charles Fox (piano), Marcus McLaurine (bass). Recorded at Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn, New York on May 13, Jazz Matinee 1. The Zinger 2. Easy Does It 3. Come Sunday 4. A Penny For Your Thoughts 5. Jenny 6.
  3. Zululkree says:
    Clark Terry's career in jazz spans more than seventy years. He is a world-class trumpeter, flugelhornist, educator, composer, writer, trumpet/flugelhorn designer, teacher and NEA Jazz Master.
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  5. Miramar says:
    Greazy Gravy Blues Band. likes · 2 talking about this. The bands individual Bio's Jerre has played the local blues scene with over 35 years dividing his time with “Little Red Rooster Band” and.
  6. Zolohn says:
    Clark Virgil Terry Jr. (December 14, – February 21, ) was an American swing and bebop trumpeter, a pioneer of the flugelhorn in jazz, and a composer and educator. He played with Charlie Barnet (), Count Basie (–51), Duke Ellington (–59), Quincy Jones (), and Oscar Peterson (). He was with The Tonight Show Band from to
  7. Dam says:
    Clark Terry at 74 teams up with the veteran wa-wa trombone of Al Grey, pianist Charles Fox and bassist Marcus McLaurine to interpret 11 blues on this highly enjoyable release.8/
  8. Tygozil says:
    Feb 22,  · Mr. Terry was born in St. Louis on Dec. 14, , the seventh of Clark Virgil Terry and Mary Terry’s 11 children. His mother died when he was 6 .
  9. Samujora says:
    This album is also noteworthy for introducing the world to the “Mumbles” character, Terry’s less-than-articulate (or perhaps “alternatively articulate”) blues-singing alter-ego. 7) “Step Right Up” (from Clark Terry – Bobby Brookmeyer Quintet)

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