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Blues For You - Booker Ervin - Lament For Booker Ervin

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Add links. Add to Wishlist. Join our , fans. Lament For Booker Music Video. Lament For Booker Ervin. Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. At an overbooked all-star saxophone concert held in Berlin, the musicians were supposed to only play for 15 minutes. A decade later after Ervin's death the performance with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Neils Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson was released for the first time and its passion was worth waiting for.

Also on this historic album is pianist Horace Parlan's somber solo tribute to Ervin "Lament for Booker" which was recorded in Poor Butterfly. The Blue Book Booker Ervin. Git It Booker Ervin. Little Jane Booker Ervin. Largo Booker Ervin. Cry Me Not" Randy Weston - Grant's Stand" - A decade later after Ervin's death the performance with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Neils Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson was released for the first time and its passion was worth waiting for. Also on this historic album is pianist Horace Parlan's somber solo tribute to Ervin "Lament for Booker" which was recorded in Tex Book Tenor by Booker Ervin.

With Don Patterson. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Booker Ervin. Years given are for the recording s , not first release, except when this was delayed.

Booker Ervin - Lament For Booker Ervin (Full Album) -- including 27+ min live cut, ONE tune, Booker playing the blues, chorus after chorus after chorus after chorus (rec , released in ).

9 thought on “Blues For You - Booker Ervin - Lament For Booker Ervin ”

  1. Bragore says:
    Download Booker Ervin - Lament For Booker Ervin album free.
  2. Shakagar says:
    Feb 27,  · This brief disc, Lament for Booker Ervin, on the Enja label is a good example. Booker’s part consists of a minute live improvisation on his own bar blues riff, “Grant’s Stand.” (The producers seem unaware that Booker had recorded the theme before.
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  4. Fezilkree says:
    In , this performance was issued as Blues For You on the album Lament For Booker Ervin (Enja Records). After returning to the US in summer , Ervin again led his own outfits in various jazz clubs across the country, and appeared at both the Newport Jazz Festival () and the Monterey Jazz Festival .
  5. Shaktigal says:
    Tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin protested against the restrictive situation by performing the intense and stirring "Blues for You" for 27½-minutes, tearing down the house. A decade later (after Ervin's death) the performance (with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Neils Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson) was released for the first time and its passion was worth waiting for.8/
  6. Gakinos says:
    Booker ervin lament for booker ervin. Sort by. Relevance New arrivals Artist (a - z) Artist (z - a) Title (a - z) Title (z - a) Format Price (lowest first) Price (highest first). Cookin' is an album by American jazz saxophonist Booker Ervin featuring performances recorded in for the Savoy label.
  7. Dukazahn says:
    Tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin protested against the restrictive situation by performing the intense and stirring "Blues for You" for and-a-half minutes, tearing down the house. A decade later (after Ervin's death) the performance was released for the first time and its passion was worth waiting for.5/5(2).
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  9. Zunris says:
    Those unfamiliar with Booker Ervin may find some of his Prestige albums, such as "Blues Book" and "Space Book," more fitting places to acquaint themselves with his sound. Still, "Lament for Booker Ervin" displays the depth of his sound and offers an eloquent farewell to a key, if often overlooked, contributor to modern jazz/5(2).

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