Nat Adderley - Nat Adderley Live At The 1994 Floating Jazz Festival album download
|This I Dig Of You||10:36|
|Once I Had A Secret Love||11:04|
|Mercy, Mercy, Mercy||5:14|
|Jazzspeak, Walk Tall, Cannonball||13:44|
|CR(D) 334||Nat Adderley||Nat Adderley Live At The 1994 Floating Jazz Festival (2xCD, Album)||Chiaroscuro Records||CR(D) 334||US||1996|
|CDSOL-45430||Nat Adderley||Nat Adderley Live At The 1994 Floating Jazz Festival (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Solid Records , Chiaroscuro Records||CDSOL-45430||Japan||2017|
Recorded 25, 27 October 1994 aboard the S/S Norway in various parts of the Caribbean Sea. Digitally remastered. Price Code (RRP): ¥1,389.
Format: 2 CD, Album.
Nat Adderley and his quintet (with altoist Vincent Herring, pianist Rob Bargad, bassist Walter Booker and drummer Jimmy Cobb) are heard on this double-CD in particularly fine form playing eight lengthy selections; all but "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" are over nine minutes long. Herring often takes solo honors, the rhythm section (which includes two survivors from the Cannonball Adderley days plus young pianist Bargad) is excellent and Nat's chops are in better than usual shape. The music overall is very much in the tradition of Cannonball's quintet
Live at the 1994 Floating Jazz Festival. Other albums by Nat Adderley. Live on Planet Earth. Nat Adderley 3/4/2002. 1 Introduction Nat Adderley 2:16. 2 This I Dig of You Nat Adderley 10:48. 4 Soudade Nat Adderley 13:42. 6 Once I Had a Secret Love Nat Adderley 11:10. 7 Plum Street Nat Adderley 12:4.
List of tracks in the album Live at the 1994 Floating Jazz Festival by Nat Adderley. Live at the 1994 Floating Jazz Festival discography. Studio album by Nat Adderley.
Title: Nat Adderley Quintet - Live. Artist: Adderley, Nat & Quintet. Format: CD. Missing Information?. Nat Adderley - Live at the 1994 Floating Jazz Festival (Live Recording, 2002). Brand new: lowest price.
Nathaniel Adderley (November 25, 1931 in Tampa, Florida – January 2, 2000 in Lakeland, Florida) was an American jazz cornet and trumpet player who played in the hard bop and soul jazz genres. He was the brother of saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley.