|9||A Little Busy|
|10||Born To Be Blue|
|11||Know Not One|
|PRCD-11016-2||Bobby Timmons||Moanin' Blues (CD, Comp)||Prestige||PRCD-11016-2||Europe||1998|
In Person is a live album by American jazz pianist Bobby Timmons recorded in 1961 at the Village Vanguard and released on the Riverside label. All compositions by Bobby Timmons except as indicated. Autumn Leaves" (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert) - 7:57. Goodbye" (Gordon Jenkins) - 4:46. Dat Dere (Theme)" - 0:56.
Moanin' is a jazz album by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers recorded in 1958 for the Blue Note label and released in 1959. This was Blakey's first album for Blue Note in several years, after a period of recording for a miscellany of labels, and marked both a homecoming and a fresh start. Originally the LP was self-titled, but the instant popularity of the bluesy opening track "Moanin'" (by pianist Bobby Timmons) led to its becoming known by that title.
Moanin' Blues - Студийный альбом от Bobby Timmons. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:11:47. Bobby Timmons Trio - I Didn't Know What Time It Was. Know Not One. Next.
Drawing from four of Timmons' Riverside albums and one on Prestige, all the tunes are by Timmons save "Bags' Groove" and "Born To Be Blue"; the former takes us into the more advanced harmonic territory that Timmons was starting to explore in 1964. All three of his signature pieces, "Moanin," "This Here" and "Dat Dere," from Timmons' first recording as a leader, are here - good tunes all, done with as much unself-conscious soul and élan as the far-better-known hit versions by former employers Art Blakey and Cannonball Adderley.
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Bobby timmons moanin. bobby timmons moanin' blues. bobby timmons moanin'. riverside records - 3204 - france - 1959 - original used.