Tag: Lee Morgan

Classic Day – Sangoma

Originally released in 1969 but recorded in 61, The Witch Doctor by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers is an upbeat revival of honing in onto specific characters of the band as soloists of the center stage. Starting with the self-titled track, “The Witch… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Sangoma”

Misc. Day – Kind of Thought

Harsh rainfall leads crashes into the windowpane. As the pounding precipitation begins to pile against the glass, the gentle introduction of jazz instruments follows. The house blend of smoothing, piano bounces and snare stems start to coincide within each other, as the then graceful… Continue Reading “Misc. Day – Kind of Thought”

Classic Day – Riding The Rails

To build a legacy around a certain genre takes the diligence of time, effort, and the important clear focus of a mastermind. With John Coltrane, there was always something different in his play style, the way that the music just flooded from his saxophone… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Riding The Rails”

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