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8 thoughts on “ Like Someone In Love - Kenny Drew Trio* - Swingin Love (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. It could function just as well as morning album as well as the late night one that so many jazz recordings can be. There is some sumptuous piano on this track, too. "Our Love Is Here To Stay" is another energetic number, while the closer, "Like Someone In Love" starts with some slow piano before effortlessly finding another mid-pace groove/5(95).
  2. With a sound like this, these guys have gotta be Feelin Good! The album's one of the first few Blue Note s by Gene Harris and his mighty Three Sounds combo – and is done in the group's very successful blend of soul jazz and piano trio musing – a key shift in styles from the 50s to the 60s, and one that always sounds nice! There's a great rhythmic approach to the work, augmented by Harris.
  3. The album's got a few strong originals from Gordon – "Soul Sister" and "Ernie's Tune" – plus the very sweet Kenny Drew tracks "Modal Mood" and "Clear The Dex"! LP, Vinyl record album (Cover has some ring & edge wear, seam splitting, a small peel spot from sticker removal and a bit of wax on the back.
  4. 6. Our Love Is Here To Stay 7. Like Someone In Love Dexter Grodon was a master tenor saxophonist. The tenor was to this sort of lively, "bop" jazz what the electric guitar was to rock. Allied with piano, stand up bass and solid cymbal/brush work on the drums you /5(93).
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  6. Kenny Drew. Kenneth Sidney "Kenny" Drew (August 28, – August 4, ) was an American jazz pianist. Update this biography» Complete biography of Kenny Drew».
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kenny Drew Trio* - Swingin' Love at Discogs. Complete your Kenny Drew Trio* collection/5(5).
  8. 4 tracks on the album features Rollins blowing with the MJQ, one more has him working with a Miles Davis group, and the last 8 feature a quartet with Kenny Drew, Percy Heath, and Art Blakey. The tunes are shorter than you might be used to hearing Rollins, but there's still plenty of power and imagination in the grooves – very economical solos.

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