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9 thoughts on “ Willow Weep For Me - King Curtis - The New Scene Of King Curtis (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Sides 1 and 2 originally released as The New Scene Of King Curtis (Prestige ) Sides 3 and 4 as Soul Meeting (Prestige ) White label promo copy Not 4/5.
  2. 17 rows · Oct 05,  · referencing The New Scene Of King Curtis, LP, Album, RE, OJC, NJ /5(59).
  3. A rock & roll backbeat helped establish the commercial potential of the latter item, yet for the recording, Curtis is accompanied by two-thirds of a famous Miles Davis rhythm section as well as a drummer who eventually became prominent on the Parisian swing scene. A reworking of the standard "Willow Weep for Me" is a highlight; this is 8/
  4. Oct 05,  · His take on "Willow Weep For Me" is one of the most cool and greatest I've ever heard. Those who know or love King Curtis mainly for his many R & B and soul music outputs could be surprised but even non jazz lovers around appreciated when put to test/5(25).
  5. From two straight-ahead jazz albums recorded in for Prestige. Sides 1 and 2 originally released as The New Scene Of King Curtis (Prestige ) Sides 3 and 4 as Soul Meeting (Prestige )/5(9).
  6. The New Scene of King Curtis is an album by saxophonist King Curtis recorded for the New Jazz label in The album features Nat Adderley who performed under the pseudonym "Little Brother" on the original release due to contractual restrictions.
  7. The New Scene of King Curtis, an Album by King Curtis. Released in on New Jazz (catalog no. NJLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Nat Adderley (trumpet), King Curtis (tenor saxophone), Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Oliver Jackson (drums), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Malcolm Walker (cover design), Bear Major (photography), Nat Hentoff .
  8. I'm guessing "Little Brother Soul" is Nat Adderley composition, but it may be a Curtis original paying tribute to Cannonball's little brother. Aside from "Willow Weep For Me," the others are all Curtis originals, and he shows some nice range. The album was called The New Scene of King Curtis. It was released on New Jazz.
  9. Aug 10,  · Curtis Fuller - trombone Zoot Sims - tenor saxophone Tommy Flanagan - piano Jymie Merritt - bass Dave Bailey - drums South American Cookin' Recorded August 23, New York City.

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