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I Should Care - Al Haig - Piano Time (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. * SeaBreeze SB Al Haig - Piano Interpretation = Spotlite (E) SPJLP 14 Al Haig - Solitaire * SeaBreeze SB Al Haig - Piano Time * Interplay (J) ABCJ Al Haig - Piano Interpretations (Solo Piano) +1. Al Haig Duo. Al Haig, piano; Jamil Nasser, bass. United Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 16,
  2. This deluxe five-LP box set presents Chet Baker’s recorded output as a leader for the Riverside label between and , a fruitful period when the West Coast-based trumpeter and vocalist was teaming up with some of the finest New York jazz musicians of the day—before his personal struggles began getting him into serious trouble.
  3. Label: Smithsonian Collection - P6 • Format: 6x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Dixieland, Free Jazz, Big Band, Modal, Swing, Hard Bop, Ragtime I Should Care Piano – Thelonious Monk and even Alabama (Coltrane). However, sound quality is subpar, and most of the listening.
  4. * Spotlite (E) SPJ Al Haig Meets The Master Saxes, Vol. 2 * IAJRC 15 Various Artists - Battle Of Tenor Saxes * Jax Allen Eager - Pogo Stick / Alley Talk * Sittin' In With Al Haig - Bowtie / In A Little Spanish Town * Jax Allen Eager - The Way You Look Tonight / Static. Allen Eager With Terry Gibbs All Stars.
  5. Piano Time, an Album by Al Haig. Released in on Sea Breeze (catalog no. SB; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Al Haig (piano), Toshiya Taenaka (producer), David Stone Martin (cover design, cover art).
  6. Track 1 was recorded in NYC on June 21, and features Stan Getz on tenor sax, Haig on piano, Gene Ramey on bass and bebop pioneer Stan Levey on drums. Of the five tracks recorded during that session as the Stan Getz Bop Stars only this one made it to this album. Tracks 2 through 5 were recorded in NYC on July 28, as the Al Haig Sextet.5/5(2).
  7. Vinyl may be dirty, and can lack a fair amount of luster. Vinyl can have a number of marks, either in clusters or smaller amounts, but deeper. This is the kind of record that you'd buy to play, but not because it looked that great. Still, the flaws should be mostly cosmetic, with .

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