bigband.coifynmeztijindgazan.info

The excellent answer, congratulate think, that..

Main Menu

DEFAULT

now browsing by category

 

6 Comments to Time To Remember - Grant Green - Alive!

  1. Shakarr says:
    Ranked # in the Soul Strut Text book slice of funky jazz from guitar pioneer Grant Green released on the acclaimed Blue Note Label. Recorded live at the Cliche Lounge in Newark, New Jersey in , Alive is as close as you will get to being time machined to a smoky jazz club complete with crowd chatter, band grunts, and Martini glass clinks.
  2. Gumi says:
    Buy Alive! at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Alive! % Secure Shopping Grant GREEN › Alive! Grant GREEN. Alive! Blue Note US. Format: LP $ Tracklist. Side 1; 1. "Let The Music Take Your Mind" 2. "Time To Remember" Side 2; 1. "Sookie, Sookie" 2. "Down Here On The Ground" Add to Chart Add to Wishlist Add to.
  3. Dazuru says:
    Buy Grant Green on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Grant Green. % Secure Shopping. Time To Remember Sookie, Sookie Down Here On The Ground Add to cart in stock $ Grant's Dimensions Green With Envy Alone Together Green .
  4. Meztigor says:
    One of my favorite live albums of all time. A soul-jazz session that smokes. "Sookie Sookie" is the famous track on this record; it has been a staple of rare-groove dj's for years. The rest of the music is funky as hell, and just oooozes sweat and heat. Grant Green at his best. A lot of fun to sample and screw around with if you're a producer/dj/5(13).
  5. Brasar says:
    Alive! is the hardest funk LP Grant Green recorded during the later phase of his career, capturing a storming gig at Newark's Cliché Lounge. The sweaty club atmosphere adds something to the music that's difficult to pin down, yet unmistakably present -- a certain organic quality that isn't as noticeable on Green's studio albums of the time.
  6. Nizil says:
    Alive! is the hardest funk LP Grant Green recorded during the later phase of his career, capturing a storming gig at Newark's Cliché Lounge. The sweaty club atmosphere adds something to the music that's difficult to pin down, yet unmistakably present -- a certain organic quality that isn't as noticeable on Green's studio albums of the time. Moreover, Green sounds more like the captain of his 8/

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2019: bigband.coifynmeztijindgazan.info | Awesome Theme by: D5 Creation | Powered by: WordPress