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  1. Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers is a repackage of 19releases by jazz pianist Horace Silver with drummer Art Blakey as well as Hank Mobley on saxophone, Kenny Dorham on trumpet, and Doug Watkins on bass. By the time of this repackage, this quintet had named themselves the Jazz Messengers, and the band name on the re-release reflected ealtramevtrulconflo.tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.co: Jazz, hard bop.
  2. Mar 06,  · This is the mono test pressing of Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers (Blue Note BNLP) from Classic Records. The disk was probably pressed by RTI—known for its high-end audio quality—on gram vinyl. The record is sealed in its original loose wrap. This record is on sale at roughly one-half its retail value/5().
  3. Mar 01,  · This is the seminal album that gave birth to the Blue Note Sound, to Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers and to the Horace Silver Quintet. Shifting be-bop into an earthier, more blues-gospel orbit connected with audiences and forged the direction that hard bop would take for years to come/5(53).
  4. Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers* Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers* - Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers ‎ (LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Blue Note, Blue Note: B, BLP US: Sell This Version/5(23).
  5. In , pianist Horace Silver teamed with drummer Art Blakey to form a cooperative ensemble that would combine the dexterity and power of bebop with the midtempo, down-home grooves of blues and gospel music. The results are what would become known as hard bop, and the Jazz Messengers were one of the leading exponents of this significant era in jazz history/
  6. The Jazz Messengers were a jazz combo that existed for over thirty-five years beginning in the early s as a collective, and ending when long-time leader and founding drummer Art Blakey died in Blakey led or co-led the group from the outset. " Art Blakey" and "Jazz Messengers" became synonymous over the years, though Blakey did lead non-Messenger recording sessions and played .
  7. LP $ gram vinyl. Add to cart. Originally released in , Horace Silver And The Jazz Messengers was a seminal album in the launch of hard bop jazz. Pianist, Horace Silver joined forces with drummer, Art Blakey, and the Jazz Messengers to create this new sound. This was the first album by the Jazz Messengers and it features two jazz.
  8. Apr 15,  · The “Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers” title you cite from is actually a repackage of two 10″ LPs credited to the Horace Silver Quintet. Silver and Blakey worked together a fair bit, recording two 10″ LPs for Blue Note in as the Horace Silver Trio, and backing Miles on Vol. 3, and in Clark Terry on Savoy and.

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