Willis Jackson, King Curtis - Golden Tenor Saxophones album download
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Composed By – Earle HagenTenor Saxophone – King Curtis
Composed By – Jimmy Forrest, Lewis Simpkins, Oscar WashingtonTenor Saxophone – King Curtis
Composed By – Manuel María Ponce CuéllarTenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
|B2||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Composed By – Jerome Kern, Otto HarbachTenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
|B3||AL DI LA'
Composed By – Carlo DonidaTenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
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Manufactured By Victor Company, LTD. Japan from a master recording owned by Prestige Records, INC. USA with OBI
Willis Jackson - Golden Tenor Saxophones MP3 version. 1346 downloads at 15 mb/s. Willis Jackson - Golden Tenor Saxophones FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s. Composed By – Earle HagenTenor Saxophone – King Curtis. Composed By – Jimmy Forrest, Lewis Simpkins, Oscar WashingtonTenor Saxophone – King Curtis. Composed By – Manuel María Ponce CuéllarTenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson. B2. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes. Composed By – Jerome Kern, Otto HarbachTenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson.
Track List Air-Raid - King Curtis Soul Twist - King Curtis & The Noble Knights Twisting Time - King Curtis & The Noble Knights Wobble Twist - King Curtis & The Noble Knights Twisting With The King - King Curtis & The Noble Knights Walking On My Thin Sole Shoes - Choker Campbell & Band Walk Awhile - Choker Campbell & Band Wiggle Wobble - Les Cooper & The Soul Rockers Good To The Bone - Willis Jackson & Band Making It - Noble Watts Jookin - Noble Watts What Ya Gonna Do - King Curtis & The Rhythm Rockers The Monkey Shout - King Curtis & The Rhythm Rockers . .Good To The Bone - Willis Jackson & Band. Making It - Noble Watts. Jookin - Noble Watts. Have tenor SAX will blow: live at small's paradise CD.
Willis "Gator" Jackson. Biography by Scott Yanow. An exciting tenor saxophonist whose honking and squeals (although influenced by Illinois Jacquet) were quite distinctive, Willis Jackson was also a strong improviser who sounded perfectly at home wit. ead Full Biography.
King Curtis, King Curtis & His Tenor Sax, Melvin Daniels - No More Crying On My Pillow 03:04 Wail Man Wail! The Best of King Curtis 1952-1961. King Curtis, King Curtis & His Tenor Sax, King Curtis, His Tenor Sax, His Tenor Sax - Tenor in the Sky 02:21 The Records Story, Vol. 37. King Curtis, King Curtis & His Tenor Sax, King Curtis & His Tenor Sax With Orchestra, His Tenor Sax - Tenor in the Sky 02:20 King's Rock.
Saxophone – King Curtis, Noble Watts (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7). Soloist – King Curtis (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7). Written-By – Curtis Ousley (tracks: 1, 3 to 5, 7, 8, 11). Notes. The Great King Curtis (LP, Album).
King Curtis is one of those rock ‘n roll saxophone pioneers who set the bar at such a high level, that few people would ever match his performances. His playing was-and continues to be-inspirational to rock ‘n roll sax players. After his successful work as a session musician, Curtis decided to front his own band. The first was called King Curtis and The Noble Knights, and the second was The Kingpins.
From Boots Randolph to King Curtis, David Sanborn and Sam Butera and more. Harlem Nocturne is one of the most popular tunes for the saxophone. Written in 1939 this tune is considered a jazz standard and has been recorded by a lot of different musicians, not just saxophonists of course, but you have to admit, it sure sounds good on the sax! 1. Big Jay McNeely.
The Good Life (Willis Jackson album). The Good Life is an album by saxophonist Willis Jackson which was recorded in 1963 and released on the Prestige label. The Good Life" (Sacha Distel, Jack Reardon) – 5:06.