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8 thoughts on “ Minor Mystery - Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne & Ray Brown - Poll Winners Three! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Feb 12,  · 1 Jordu 2 Satin Doll 3 It Could Happen To You 4 Mean To Me 5 Don't Worry 'Bout Me 6 Green Dolphin Street 7 You Go To My Head 8 Minor Mood 9 Nagasaki Bass – Ray Brown Drums – Shelly Manne.
  2. Aug 22,  · Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne, and Ray Brown did not record together simply because they all happened to have won first place on their respective instruments in the Down Beat, Playboy, and Metronome polls. Their collaboration was due to mutual respect, and their sensitivity to one another's musical requirements.
  3. The resulting recording is wonderful with Barney Kessel's guitar leading Ray Brown's bass and Shelley Manne's drums in most numbers. This is a CD that should be in every jazz fan's collection. The playing is always brilliant and the arrangements fabulous/5(25).
  4. Jul 18,  · The 1st original pressing has: Yellow labels with CR logo, black letters, deep groove. - D1 stampers on both sides trail-off. - Framed cover. - Technical data footer on back-cover with CR logo and Contemporary Records, Inc., Melrose Place, Los Angeles 46, Calif. address/5(11).
  5. This is one of the finest jazz trios I have ever heard. It dates from the 50's and brought together 3 jazz players who were voted top by 3 different music magazines at that time. The resulting recording is wonderful with Barney Kessel's guitar leading Ray Brown's bass and Shelley Manne /5(20).
  6. Label: Contemporary Records - S • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Black Deep Groove Label • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Cool Jazz Barney Kessel, Shelly Manne & Ray Brown - Poll Winners Three!/5(7).
  7. Special Vinyl Reissue Musicians: Barney Kessel, guitar Ray Brown, bass Shelly Manne, drums Selections: Side One: 1. Jordu 2. Satin Doll 3. It Could Happen To You 4. Mean To Me Side Two: 1. Don't Worry 'Bout Me 2. Green Dolphin Street 3. You Go To My Head 4. Minor Mood 5. Nagasaki.
  8. A rare 70s reunion for the Poll Winners trio of Barney Kessel, Ray Brown, and Shelly Manne – one that has them all looking a bit shaggy on the cover, but still plenty darn tight in the grooves of the record! There's a really nice change here from the earlier sound of the group – longer tracks than before, played with a bit more sense of freedom by all players involved – but still with.

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