The hard bop trumpeter Art Farmer performs with an all-star lineup culled from Lionel Hampton's band, of which he was a noted member. This selection of tunes are played by trumpeter and arranger Quincy Jones and saxophonist Gigi Gryce, and include Jones' "Mau Mau" and "Elephant Walk. and Gryce's "Up in Quincy's Room" and "Tiajuana. The Little Bandmaster. Art Farmer, Art Farmer Septet.
The Art Farmer Septet is an album by trumpeter Art Farmer, featuring performances recorded in 1953 and 1954, arranged by Quincy Jones and Gigi Gryce, and released by Prestige Records in 1956. It is his earliest recorded full-length album, but was his third issued. The cover art was by cartoonist Don Martin. The recordings made on July 2, 1953 are possibly the earliest studio recordings of the electric bass.
Up In Quincy's Room, 03:59. Evening In Paris, 02:39. Elephant Walk, 03:23.
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Слушайте и скачивайте art farmer septet на Хотплеере в mp. The Art Farmer Septet - The Little Bandmaster 04:07. Art Farmer - Art Farmer Septet (1954) - Work of Art 05:47. Art Farmer - Art Farmer Septet (1954) - When Your Lover Has Gone 05:11. Art Farmer - Art Farmer Septet (1954) - Evening in Paris 02:42. Art Farmer - Art Farmer Septet (1954) - Tiajuana 02:52. The Art Farmer Septet - Work of Art 05:43. The Art Farmer Septet - Work of Art 05:48. Soft (Art Farmer Remixes) 2001 - Art Farmer (Rei Harakami Remix) 07:50. Soft (Art Farmer Remixes) 2001 - Art Farmer (Kaoru Inoue Remix) 08:15.
The Art Farmer Quintet Plays the Great Jazz Hits is an album by Art Farmer's Quintet recorded in 1967 and originally released on the Columbia label. Song for My Father" (Horace Silver) - 4:36. 'Round Midnight" (Thelonious Monk) - 5:30. The four tracks recorded in 1953 were first issued in 1954 on a 10-inch album Work of Art, on Prestige Records. Three singles were released, the first being Mau Mau (Pt. 1 & 2) (Prestige 875) in 1953. The Art Farmer Septet. Studio album by. Art Farmer.