Feelin Good: Live in Studio

Feelin Good: Live in Studio

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Feelin Good: Live in Studio

Feelin Good: Live in Studio:私たちの評判は、1995年にニューヨーク電気決済センター内で電化製品を販売する小さな店として始めた私たちの礎石です。 Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs' first recording as a leader in eight years is quite exciting. Gibbs, Barry Harris (the foremost exponent in the 1970s and '80s of bebop piano), bassist Sam Jones and drummer Alan Dawson romp through four Gibbs originals, "Body and Soul," "Softly As In a Morning Sunrise," "Manha De Carnaval" and "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You." As is usually true of most Terry Gibbs dates, even the ballads are full of plenty of energy. Gibbs and Harris should have a rematch. The only thing that makes me cringe on this album is that while Gibbs picked some of the best musicians around to be on this session, why on EARTH is Eric Alexander on this album? My favorite instrument in Jazz is the tenor saxophone. I honestly can't stand the playing or sound of Eric Alexander. There were SO many better tenor players in 2005, when this album was recorded. Why on Earth didn't Gibbs pick someone else.【送料無料/新品】,最大59%offクーポン,スーパーセールFeelin Good: Live in Studio
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Feelin Good: Live in Studio

Feelin Good: Live in Studio:私たちの評判は、1995年にニューヨーク電気決済センター内で電化製品を販売する小さな店として始めた私たちの礎石です。 Vibraphonist Terry Gibbs' first recording as a leader in eight years is quite exciting. Gibbs, Barry Harris (the foremost exponent in the 1970s and '80s of bebop piano), bassist Sam Jones and drummer Alan Dawson romp through four Gibbs originals, "Body and Soul," "Softly As In a Morning Sunrise," "Manha De Carnaval" and "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You." As is usually true of most Terry Gibbs dates, even the ballads are full of plenty of energy. Gibbs and Harris should have a rematch. The only thing that makes me cringe on this album is that while Gibbs picked some of the best musicians around to be on this session, why on EARTH is Eric Alexander on this album? My favorite instrument in Jazz is the tenor saxophone. I honestly can't stand the playing or sound of Eric Alexander. There were SO many better tenor players in 2005, when this album was recorded. Why on Earth didn't Gibbs pick someone else.【送料無料/新品】,最大59%offクーポン,スーパーセールFeelin Good: Live in Studio