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Horace Silver - Horace Silver Trio (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Grojora says:(2-LP set) (45 RPM) Everyone's favorite Horace Silver record featured the classic quintet with Blue Mitchell and Junior Cook. The title tune, the beautiful ballad "Peace" and the soulful "Sister Sadie" are now standards in the jazz canon. Even given Silver's astonishing track record, this one stands out/5(49).
  2. Maladal says:View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Horace Silver Trio on Discogs.
  3. JoJolabar says:Newly Remastered for Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl! Horace Silver does not merely write beginnings and endings for the soloists to fill; he makes his compositions grow by introducing interludes and variations on the opening themes; his ballads have power and yet they are tender: these are some of the reasons that the Silver group does not point in a monochrome.
  4. Vusida says:Buy 6 Pieces Of Silver (LP) by Horace Silver Quintet (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Zurisar says:Horace Silver: Sterling Silver (LP, Vinyl record album) - Excellent 70's issue of a number of tracks recorded by Horace Silver in the late 50's – includ -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: Blue Note (Label).
  6. Gaktilar says:Jan 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Horace Silver - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF JAZZ) YouTube Horace Silver Quintet - Song For My Father - Duration: ukvibeorg 1,, views.
  7. Faujin says:Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Horace Silver - Horace Silver Trio at Discogs. Complete your Horace Silver collection/5().
  8. Zolora says:Horace Silver Quintet Live: Blue Jazz-LP: tracks: Session January 10, Horace Silver Quintet, You Gotta Take a Little Love: Blue Note: tracks: Session January 17, Horace Silver Quintet, You Gotta Take a Little Love: Blue Note: tracks: Session April 8, Horace Silver, The United States of Mind, Phase 1: That Healin.
  9. Grogor says:Horace Silver: Song for My Father (Vinyl LP). Since it's title track provided the inspiration for Steely Dan's Rikki, Don't Lose That Number, Song for My Father has become known as the Jazz recording that launched a thousand bad Rock records. Yet whatever pretensions Steely Dan and their legion of desperately hip imitators had shouldn't be laid at pianist Horace Silver's door: this is one of.

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