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9 thoughts on “ Bennie Wallace, Eddie Gomez, Eddie Moore - The Fourteen Bar Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Wallace is teamed with the rambunctious trombonist Ray Anderson, guitarist John Scofield, bass, drums and the four-voice gospel group "The Wings Of Song." Although the music looks toward the roots of black music, Wallace and Anderson's consistently wild solos keep the results from ever being predictable.5/5(1).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bennie Wallace, Eddie Gomez, Eddie Moore - The Fourteen Bar Blues at Discogs. Complete your Bennie Wallace, Eddie Gomez, Eddie Moore collection/5(16).
  3. Apr 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Stormy Weather · Bennie Wallace Bordertown ℗ A Blue Note Records Release; ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: Producer: Dr. John.
  4. Jun 14,  · The obscure Eddie Bowles' languid vocals and offhand guitar playing combine to form a beautifully seductive laid back original tune Eddie Bowles Blues. Born in in New Orleans, Bowles is.
  5. Mostly playing tenor saxophone, his first trio comprised Glen Moore (bass) and Eddie Moore (drums), who were replaced in by Eddie Gomez and Dannie Richmond. His debut with this trio - The Fourteen Bar Blues, recorded for Enja Records in - was a revelation.
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  7. Vinyl Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Discogs Release ID: Artist: Ray Manzarek. Format: LP/Album. Label: A&M Records. catno: SP Availability: in store or via mailorder. Related products Available in store or via mailorder. Bennie Wallace, Eddie Gomez, Eddie Moore: The Fourteen Bar Blues (IC ) John Coltrane & Don Cherry.
  8. In , Bennie Wallace burst onto the international Jazz scene with his award-winning first release on Enja Records, The Fourteen Bar Blues. The critical acclaim was overwhelming, hailing Bennie Wallace as the “New Saxophone Giant”, the youngest of a lineage including Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Albert Ayler and Sonny Rollins.
  9. Bennie Wallace - The Fourteen Bar Blues (LP) Enja , Germany Trio jazz by Bennie Wallace, Eddie Gomez and Eddie Moore recording for Enja Records in Munich.

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