Rios Negroes (Excerpt) - Lester Bowie - Rios Negroes / The Great Pretender (Vinyl)

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  1. Nov 20,  · Lester Bowie "Rios Negroes" from The Great Pretender on (ECM) Poline Renou, Matthieu Donarier, Sylvain Lemêtre "Le temple d'on ne sait .
  2. The Great Pretender Howdy Doody Time When The Doom (Moon) Comes Over The Mountain Rios Negroes Rose Drop Oh, How The Ghost Sings Lester Bowie trumpet.
  3. The Great Pretender Written-By – Buck Ram: 2: Howdy Doody Time Written-By – Edward Kean: When The Doom (Moon) Comes Over The Mountain Arranged By – Lester Bowie Written-By – Harry M. Woods*, Howard E. Johnson* () 3a) Doom? 3b) When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain: 4: Rios Negroes Written-By – Lester Bowie: 5.
  4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for LOT of LESTER BOWIE solo (4) US orig ECM lbl ALL PROMO LPs + EPs for 1 BID!! at the best online prices at eBay! + Rios Negroes b/w The Great Pretender (excerpt)" ECM PRO-A VG+/VG+ STEREO factory stamped PROMO labels. 3 song EP. PROMO ONLY!!! I take extreme care in End date: May 13,
  5. The Great Pretender. ECM: Buy CD or download online. Lester Bowie (trumpet), Hamiet Bluiett (saxophone), Donald Smith (piano/organ), Fred Williams (bass), Phillip Wilson (drums), Fontella Bass (vocal), David Peaston (vocal).
  6. THE GREAT PRETENDER / Lester Bowie(ECM )1. The Great Pretender2. It's Howdy Doody Time3. When the Doom (Moon) Comes over the Mountain4. Rios Negroes5. Rose Drop6. Oh, How the Ghost SingsLester Bowie: trumpetHamiet Bluiett: baritone saxophoneDonald Smith: piano, organFred Williams: bass, electric bassPhillip Wilson: drumsFontella Bass: vocalsDavid Peaston: .
  7. LESTER Vinyl Records and CDs. When Lester Young joined Count Basie's band in the '30s, he instantly attained star status. Young's unique tenor saxophone style was magnificently laid-back, and his feathery tone influenced the formation of Bop and Cool Jazz. Rather than setting a clear separation point between melody and improvisation, his.

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