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9 thoughts on “ Rhythm A Ning - Arthur Taylor*, Charlie Rouse, Frank Foster - Taylors Tenors ”

  1. Taylor's Tenors is the second studio album by drummer Art bradarrockseekersilvergrove.infoinfo was recorded and released in for Prestige sub-label New Jazz, as NJ The album was reissued on CD once in Track listing. Rhythm-A-Ning" (Monk) - "Little Chico" (Rouse) - Genre: Jazz.
  2. Aug 30,  · "Taylor's Tenors" features tenor players Frank Foster (of later Count Basie Band Fame) and Charlie Rouse, alone with Sam Jones on bass and Walter Davis on piano. The genre is not exactly 'hard bop', but smoother bop. Taylor is the master of the 'off-beat stuccatto rim click', and is instantly recognizable there.4/4(1).
  3. Arthur Taylor - Taylor's Tenors () 1. Rhythm-A-Ning 2. Little Chico 3. Cape Millie 4. Straight, No Chaser 5. Fidel 6. Dacor Músicos. Arthur Taylor (drums) Charlie Rouse & Frank Foster (tenor saxophones) Walter Davis (piano).
  4. Legendary drummer Art Taylor played on a multitude of classic jazz sessions, but only managed to release a few dates as a leader before he passed away in His second, Taylor's Tenors, from mid, features two straight-ahead tenor saxophonists, Charlie Rouse and Frank Foster, engaging in an insightful yet swinging hard bop conversation.8/
  5. Taylor's Tenors, an Album by Arthur Taylor. Released in November on New Jazz (catalog no. NJ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Art Taylor (drums), Charlie Rouse (tenor saxophone), Frank Foster (tenor saxophone), Walter Davis, Jr. (piano), Sam Jones (bass), Bob Weinstock (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer)/5(13).
  6. Legendary drummer Art Taylor played on a multitude of classic jazz sessions, but only managed to release a few dates as a leader before he passed away in His second, Taylor's Tenors, from mid, features two straight-ahead tenor saxophonists, Charlie Rouse and Frank Foster, engaging in an insightful yet swinging hard bop conversation.
  7. Aug 30,  · "Taylor's Tenors" features tenor players Frank Foster (of later Count Basie Band Fame) and Charlie Rouse, alone with Sam Jones on bass and Walter Davis on piano. The genre is not exactly 'hard bop', but smoother bop. Taylor is the master of the 'off-beat stuccatto rim click', and is instantly recognizable there.4/5(1).

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