Ray Bryant

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Review by Scott Yanow Ray Bryant’s first solo piano album is rightfully considered a classic. Bryant, at the time thought of as a young modern traditionalist, has always felt perfectly at home playing the blues. He performs five original and diverse blues on this set along with “Lover Man” and “Rockin’ Chair,” showing that he really never needed a bassist ...

Review by Scott Yanow This 1988 reissue brought back one of pianist Ray Bryant’s favorite trio records. Supported by either Bill Lee or Arthur Harper on bass and drummer Mickey Roker, Bryant is typically soulful, swinging and reasonably explorative on nine songs (including a previously unreleased version of “Django”) that are highlighted by “Con Alma,” “Milestones,” his popular “Cubano Chant” ...

Pistas: A1 – On Green Dolphin Street     2:16 A2 – Ruby     3:08 A3 – Invitation     2:58 A4 – Secret Love     2:16 A5 – An Affair To Remember (Our Love Affair)     2:30 A6 – The High And The Mighty     2:09 B1 – Exodus (Main Theme)     2:00 B2 – Laura     4:32 B3 – Three ...

with Kenny Burrell, Ray Bryant, Eddie Costa … Pistas A1 – 77 Sunset Strip (Vocal)     A2 – 77 Sunset Strip Jazz     A3 – 77 Sunset Strip Blues     B1 – Swingin’ On The Strip     B2 – Stu Bailey Blues     B3 – Caper At The Coffee House     B4 – Kookie’s Caper     Créditos:     Bass Guitar ...

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