Category: Rock

Published 09.10.2019 by

Bemsha Swing - Max Roach Quintet - The Many Sides Of Max (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Tanris

Zololrajas

9 Comments

  1. Goran said:
    This edition was originally released in 7 LPs "Max on the Chicago Scene," "Max Roach + 4 At Newport," "Deeds, Not Words," "Award-nning Drummer," "The Many Sides of Max," "Sessions, Live," and "The Defiant Ones" (United Artists) an album recorded under the leadership of Booker Little. Page booklet Tracklisting: CD 1 Shirley
    12.10.2019
    Reply
  2. Yotaxe said:
    Find album credit information for The Many Sides of Max - Max Roach on AllMusic.
    14.10.2019
    Reply
  3. Gujora said:
    EU-only four CD set from the Jazz great containing eight original albums: Jazz in 3/4 Time, Rich Versus Roach, Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet, Quiet as it's Kept, Study in Brown, the Many Sides of Max, Percussion Bitter Sweet, and We Insist - Max Roach Freedom Now Suite. Real Gone Jazz/5(28).
    14.10.2019
    Reply
  4. Akinolar said:
    Max Roach: Many Sides Of Max (Trip pressing) (LP, Vinyl record album) - A great record – and one that's a lot more unified than the title might make you think! The s -- .
    12.10.2019
    Reply
  5. Milrajas said:
    The Many Sides of Max () Rich Versus Roach () The Many Sides of Max is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach featuring tracks recorded in but not released on the Mercury label until "Bemsha Swing" (Denzil Best, Thelonious Monk) -
    10.10.2019
    Reply
  6. Mizragore said:
    From that point on, Roach stayed with three horns minus the piano, even though he dropped the tuba phenom Draper. Instead, trombonist Julian Priester joined Little and Coleman on The Many Sides Of Max. Another unusual, yet legendary, recording occurred when Roach's group met Buddy Rich's quintet in Pittsburgh for a joint appearance.
    18.10.2019
    Reply
  7. Gomi said:
    Not west coast, but "best coast" jazz – a prime example of the way the Clifford Brown/ Max Roach team helped to cook up the intensity of the LA scene of the 50s by infusing it with a bit of New York fire! The album takes off in the extended mode of Clifford's All Stars album – and like that one, features Max Roach on drums alongside a lineup of players that includes Herb Geller and Joe.
    16.10.2019
    Reply
  8. Karamar said:
    Max Roach - drums CD 3 Walkin' () 1. Walkin' 2. Blue 'n' Boogie 3. Solar 4. You Don't Know What Love Is 5. Love Me or Leave Me Miles Davis - Trumpet Lucky Thompson - Tenor saxophone (tracks 1, 2) J. J. Johnson - Trombone (tracks 1, 2) David Schildkraut - Alto saxophone (tracks ) Horace Silver - Piano Percy Heath /5(42).
    18.10.2019
    Reply
  9. Dubei said:
    The period covered is from June 3, to January 22, and albums included are 'Max on the Chicago Scene', 'Max Roach + 4 at Newport', 'Deeds Not Words', 'Booker Little 4 & Max Roach', 'Award Winning Drummer' & 'The Many Sides of Max'.5/5(4).
    11.10.2019
    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *