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8 thoughts on “ Three Blind Mice - Thesaurus Of Classic Jazz - Volume 1 (Vinyl)

  1. Faegore
    The Three Blind Mice - Vinyl EP by The Three Blind Mice, released 01 January 1. Three Storey Girl 2. Our Lady of the Poisonous Wine 3. Three Pottery Girls 4. At the Old Dry Well 5. Where to end Recorded and mixed by Max Lotti at Just Recording Studio, Milan. Mastered at New Mastering Studio, Milan. Produced by The Three Blind Mice Limited edition of copies.
  2. Vugami
    Three Blind Mice is a jazz album released by Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers on the United Artists Jazz label, featuring live material recorded in Club Renaissance, acaturbersatedalrabelkestdopptos.xyzinfo was reissued later in in two volumes by Blue Note Records, adding two tracks recorded in at The Village Gate and also unreleased material from the primary session.
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  4. Kazragore
    By , interest in Takeshi "Tee" Fujii's phenomenal success with his Three Blind Mice jazz label led him to make a compilation of his favorite tracks. He chose across a wide swath of recordings between 19for the resulting album, which he titled The Famous Sound of Three Blind Mice, Vol. 1.
  5. Daitaur
    Japanese jazz label set up by producer Takeshi Fujii in The label focused on Japanese jazz artists and, like Blue Note, was renowned for the quality of its recordings (most of which were recorded by engineer Yoshihiko Kannari) and artwork.
  6. Kegami
    Jul 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "Three Blind Mice" by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers YouTube Moanin' (Remastered /Rudy Van Gelder Edition) - Duration: Art Blakey - .
  7. Shakatilar
    Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers rode through the rough waters of significant record label, personnel, and sound changes in A young Freddie Hubbard took the trumpet chair, trombonist Curtis Fuller was added, and a pre-Miles Davis Wayne Shorter played tenor sax. The richness of these three golden greats of modern jazz made for an intriguing sound, but it was short-lived, as all three left.

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