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Street Dance - Gene Shaw* - Carnival Sketches (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  3. Nov 04,  · LPS - Carnival Sketches - Gene Shaw [] Big Sunrise/Goin' Downtown/Cha Bossa/Street Dance/Goin' Back/Ain't That Soul/Soulero/Days of Wine and Roses/Samba Nova LPS - My Main Man - Sonny Stitt & Bunky Green [] Flame & Rrost/Let's Play Chess/Double Dip/Our Day/Night Has Eyes/Broilin'.
  4. If you know the name of Clarence Gene Shaw at all, it is probably from his work with Charles cardrilbanksantecihanddolamamocsubc.coinfo , the Detroit-born trumpeter (under the name Clarence Shaw) recorded three albums with Mingus: “A Modern Jazz Symposium of Music and Poetry”, “East Coasting” and “Tijuana Moods”. Their association came to an abrupt end after a violent argument, which caused the trumpeter to.
  5. Anthony Holland plays reeds, Tani Tabal tablas and trap drums and Spencer Barefield a variety of guitars. 3 lengthy pieces and 1 shorter one: "Inbetween Song", "Roscoe Mitchell – Clouds Taking Pictures Of Birds", the 6-part "Transdimensional Space Window Suite" and "Dawudaphone Dance". LP, Vinyl record album.
  6. Nov 19,  · from "Carnival Sketches" LP. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Gene Shaw - Street Dance - Duration: GENE SHAW - DEBUT IN BLUES - FULL ALBUM
  7. Discogs: Vinyl, Carnival Sketches. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(7).
  8. In , trumpeter Clarence Shaw left the music business after a violent argument with his employer, Charles Mingus. By , Shaw was in Chicago and playing again. Now using his middle name, Gene, he recorded three superb LPs for Argo featuring the best of the Windy City's musicians Thomas Cunniffe discusses those rare albums in this Retro Review.

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