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Dollar Brand - African Piano (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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8 comments on Dollar Brand - African Piano (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. - North ID: () New - LP Valley Vue / Capitol (Jazz) USA Sealed Original On The Capitol Imprint. Superb Fusion From George Duke & Friends. North Made One Other Album In That Was Not In The Same League As This Outstanding pulmeralafasroi.diesiroburquesabitthermtorereru.infoinfo details.
  2. This list will attempt to call attention to some of the most valuable vinyl and shellac records. It will be constantly under construction and I would gladly welcome input on any items you feel should be added to the list. I will only include commercially released or promotionally released records. Acetates, test pressings, signed copies (unless they were sold commercially as signed editions.
  3. African Piano was a highly influential album, and it has lost none of its power - as can be heard on this CD reissue and new g vinyl album. Both versions are released for the first time under the name Abdullah Ibrahim instead of the pianist's original 'Dollar Brand' sobriquet.
  4. The Lounge Lizards were an eclectic musical group founded by saxophonist John Lurie and his brother, pianist Evan Lurie, in Initially known for their ironic, tongue-in-cheek take on jazz, The Lounge Lizards eventually became a showcase for John Lurie's sophisticated compositions straddling jazz and many other genres.
  5. In questo lp c'è solo Abdullah Ibrahim, anche conosciuto con lo pseudonimo di Dollar Brand, e il suo piano. Album molto piacevole. Incisione della ECM RECORDS audiophile. Il piano è uno strumento difficile da ripridurre in qualsiasi impianto Hifi, an che se Hi end. Beh questa incisione lo rende semplice. Acquisto consigliato/5(20).
  6. Vinyl Record Random Lot Of 3 LP’s For $- Classic Rock, Soul, Jazz, And More! $ 6 SEALED MINT VINYL LP RECORDS - 70s & 80s ROCK - UNOPENED NEW OLD STOCK - LOT.
  7. Tracks like this go beyond social commentary, just as the opening Understand What Black Is transcends ethnicity. "Understand what black is," he urges. "It's the source from which all things come." He explains that it's not a colour, but the basis of all colour, and it's nothing to do with complexion either. "Black is a hero, not a villain.
  8. African bass solo concert: Willisau Jazz festival by Johnny Mbizo Dyani, released 1. Thank you 2. Aba-Limanga 3. Wish you sunshine 4. Afrikan blues 5. La Ngo-Ma 6. Aba-Limanga II 7. Let the music take you pulmeralafasroi.diesiroburquesabitthermtorereru.infoinfo Grail! Or whatever you like to label this never before released or heard solo concert with the truly legendary bass player Johnny Dyani.

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