Dexter Blues - Various - Uptown! (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Buy Walk The Blues [Record Store Day Colored Vinyl] (LP) by Dexter Gordon (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. The album's closing number, Escoffery's "Easy Now," is an easy, loping blues that's the group's most straight-ahead effort at capturing a vintage uptown vibe. --All About Jazz, Joel Roberts He has become indelibly associated with the New York scene, but in fact tenor player Wayne Escoffery was born here in London, though he was still a child 3/5(1).
  3. This is a review for the vinyl version of this album. It is well documented that the 75th anniversary reissues from Blue Note were rushed and that resulted in poor manufacturing of the vinyl. This record is not different. Huge warp on this disc, unfortuntately. The music is great, as expected at this point/5().
  4. Black Lion Records was a jazz record company and label based in London, England.. Black Lion was founded by Alan Bates in The label had two series of releases, one for British jazz musicians and one for international musicians.
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  7. Uptown Rhapsody: D1 – Mills Blue Rhythm Band* St. Louis Wiggle Rhythm: D2 – Don Albert And His Orchestra: Deep Blue Melody: D3 – Harlan Leonard And His Rockets: Rock And Ride: D4 – Benny Carter And His Orchestra: Tree Of Hope: D5 – Jay McShann And His Orchestra: Dexter Blues: D6 – Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra* Rumpus In 4/5(1).

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