9 thoughts on “ Solo For Unaccompanied Bass - Ray Brown - Seven Classic Albums (CD)

  1. ‎Album · · 16 Songs. Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav Solo for Unaccompanied Bass 2 Tricotism 3 Tangerine Ray Brown & Russell Garcia 4 Much in Common Ray Brown & Milt Jackson 5 My One and Only Love (feat. Cannonball Adderley) Ray Brown With The All-Star Big Band 6 Bric-A-Brac 7 The Gravy Waltz.
  2. Oct 14,  · “Ray Brown is my favorite upright bass player. He made this album with the Oscar Peterson Trio, and it’s just one of the best things you could ever hear. “Inside that trio, Ray has such a voice on the bass. He grooves and swings really hard, using every inch of that instrument and finding so many nuances in each sound.
  3. Ray Brown. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Share. 1. Alone Together Ray Brown. 2. Solo For Unaccompanied Bass.
  4. Dec 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ray Brown - Solo Bass on "Black Orpheus" YouTube Ray Brown Presents: The Art Of Playng The Bass - Part Featuring John Clayton - Duration:
  5. album. Ultimate Ray Brown Ray Brown. 16 songs My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Solo For Unaccompanied Bass Ray Brown: 2. Tricotism Ray Brown: 3. Tangerine Ray Brown: 4. Much In Common Milt Jackson & Ray Brown: 5. My One And Only Love [feat. Cannonball Adderley] Ray Brown With The All-Star Big Band feat. Cannonball Adderley.
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from Bass Hit! by Ray Brown Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. EU-only four CD set containing seven albums from the Jazz great: Bass Hit, Way Out West, the Poll Winners, This Is Ray Brown, Jazz Cello, Ray Brown with /5(13).
  8. Ray Brown's earliest date as a leader features him prominently in the solo spotlight with arrangements by Marty fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.xyzinfo collaborated on a swinging original blues, "Blues for Sylvia," and the snappy "Blues for Lorraine." The rest of the release concentrates on familiar standards, with the addition to the reissue of several complete and incomplete takes of "After You've Gone," which didn't.
  9. Oct 18,  · I believe the most amazing solo I've ever heard from Ray Brown is on this obscure late 70's Tal Farlow recording called "A sign of the times", trio with Ray and Hank Jones. The track is "Stompin' at the Savoy", and the CD is available on Concord Records. It must be one of the best recordings of Ray's bass, pure mic delight (no direct sound).

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