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Joe Henderson - One of the many great black jazz saxophonists in the 50s/60s - 'Inner Urge,' 'In 'n Out'

Joe Henderson - One of the many great black jazz saxophonists in the 50s/60s - 'Inner Urge,' 'In 'n Out'

Miles Davis - The New Miles Davis (1955) Bebop (Prestige)

Miles Davis - The New Miles Davis (1955) Bebop (Prestige)

Miles Davis - The New Miles Davis (1955) Bebop (Prestige)

Miles Davis - The New Miles Davis (1955) Bebop (Prestige)

VTG 50s 60s Mens Skinny Tie California Brand Fleur De Lis Greek Key Jazz Swing #California #NeckTie

VTG 50s 60s Mens Skinny Tie California Brand Fleur De Lis Greek Key Jazz Swing #California #NeckTie

Lena Horne – It’s love (1955): Lena Horne is one of my favorite jazz singers from the 50s & 60s and AllMusic lists this album as her first. Her vocal interpretations on this album are wonderful. I also really like the songs that were chosen for it and Lennie Hayton’s Orchestra provided terrific accompaniment. Favorite tracks: I’d Do Anything*It’s All Right With Me*Let Me Love You*You Do Something To Me*Call Me Darling*It’s Love*more. It was great on vinyl today, 3/1/2017. Rating: 95%

Lena Horne – It’s love (1955): Lena Horne is one of my favorite jazz singers from the 50s & 60s and AllMusic lists this album as her first. Her vocal interpretations on this album are wonderful. I also really like the songs that were chosen for it and Lennie Hayton’s Orchestra provided terrific accompaniment. Favorite tracks: I’d Do Anything*It’s All Right With Me*Let Me Love You*You Do Something To Me*Call Me Darling*It’s Love*more. It was great on vinyl today, 3/1/2017. Rating: 95%

JAZZ RECORD COLLECTION VINTAGE 50s-60s and various

JAZZ RECORD COLLECTION VINTAGE 50s-60s and various

Miles Davis Quintet - Steamin' (1961) Bebop (Prestige)  Miles Davis (Trompeta) John Coltrane (Saxo tenor) Red Garland (Piano) Paul Chambers (Contrabajo) Philly Joe Jones (Batería)  Prestige 7200  Grabado el 11 de mayo y 26 de octubre de 1956

Miles Davis Quintet - Steamin' (1961) Bebop (Prestige) Miles Davis (Trompeta) John Coltrane (Saxo tenor) Red Garland (Piano) Paul Chambers (Contrabajo) Philly Joe Jones (Batería) Prestige 7200 Grabado el 11 de mayo y 26 de octubre de 1956

Paul Laurence Dunbar Chambers, Jr. (April 22, 1935, Pittsburgh, PA, USA – January 4, 1969, New York City, NY) was a leading jazz double bassist. A prominent figure in many rhythm sections during the 1950s and 1960s, his importance in the development of jazz bass can be measured not only by the length and breadth of his work in this short period but also his impeccable time, intonation, and virtuosic improvisations

Paul Laurence Dunbar Chambers, Jr. (April 22, 1935, Pittsburgh, PA, USA – January 4, 1969, New York City, NY) was a leading jazz double bassist. A prominent figure in many rhythm sections during the 1950s and 1960s, his importance in the development of jazz bass can be measured not only by the length and breadth of his work in this short period but also his impeccable time, intonation, and virtuosic improvisations

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