8 Reply to “ If You Could See Me Now - Dexter Gordon - The Jumpin Blues (CD, Album) ”

  1. "The Jumpin' Blues" () lyrics - DEXTER GORDON. The Jumpin' Blues (). Evergreenish; For Sentimental Reasons; Star Eyes; Straight No Chaser.
  2. Dexter Digs In Disc Two "Fried Bananas" Broadway Body and Soul Fried Bananas Sophisticated Lady The Chase Star Eyes If You Could See Me Now The Jumpin' Blues (alt. take) Disc Three "Days of Wine and Roses" The Christmas Song The Group Days of Wine and Roses Airegin The.
  3. Dexter Gordon - The Jumpin' Blues () Written by bluesever Saturday, 16 September - (Thelonious Monk) () If You Could See Me Now (Tadd Dameron, Carl Sigman) () The Jumpin' Blues (Jay McShann, Charlie Parker) () Dexter Gordon - tenor On this CD reissue, Gordon teams up with pianist Wynton Kelly (one of.
  4. On this CD reissue, Gordon teams up with pianist Wynton Kelly (one of his last recordings), bassist Sam Jones and drummer Roy Brooks for an obscure original ("Evergreenish"), "The Jumpin' Blues," the veteran ballad "For Sentimental Reasons" and three songs that were long a part of Gordon's repertoire: "Star Eyes," "Rhythm-A-Ning" and "If You Could See Me Now."6/
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  6. DEXTER GORDON The Complete Prestige Recordings (Superb German track ELEVEN CD boxed set featuring the complete Prestige recordings made between & , including seventeen previously unreleased. Each CD is housed in its own jewel case picture sleeve with an informative booklet in an outer hard slipcase box.
  7. Jay McShann's THE JUMPIN' BLUES is a medium-up blues with very strong Dexter on it, while Monk's RHYTYM-A-NING, besides the forceful Gordon, has a very nice drum solo by Roy Brooks followed by slashing 2x2 exchanges with Dexter. It's a decent enough album (anything with Gordon on it is bound to be good), but not as good as some of his other 4/5(1).

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