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Speak Low - Harold Land - Harold In The Land Of Jazz (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Harold In The Land Of Jazz on Discogs. Label: Original Jazz Classics - OJC,Contemporary Records - C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop/5(8).
  2. Harold de Vance Land (tenor saxophonist) was born on December 18, in Houston, Texas and passed away on July 27, in California. Land was born in Houston and grew up in San Diego. He started playing the saxophone at the age of 16, and by age 21, had made his first recording as the leader of the Harold Land All-Stars for Savoy Records in.
  3. Harold in the Land of Jazz Having established a name under other leaders (particularly with the Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet in , and Curtis Counce in ), this was Harold Land's first album under his own name. The material is first-rate - a mix of standards (Speak Low, You Don't Know What Love Is) and originals/5(10).
  4. Apr 17,  · Harold Land In New York, the last LP represented here, came from a trip Land made to NYC where he was lined up with trumpeter Dorham and recorded for Jazzland, a subsidiary of Riverside Records. Dorham’s naturally cool and distinctive sound is certainly a bonus on this final set of tracks.
  5. "Harold in the Land of Jazz" is the first release for the Contemporary Jazz label by saxophonist Harold Land. Recorded in Hollywood in early , the album features a cast of West Coasters: trumpeter Rolf Ericson, pianist Carl Perkins, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Frank Butler.
  6. Harold de Vance Land (December 18, – July 27, ) was an American hard bop and post-bop tenor saxophonist. Land developed his hard bop playing with the Max Roach/Clifford Brown band into a personal, modern style; often rivalling Clifford Brown's instrumental ability with his own inventive and whimsical solos. His tone was strong and emotional, yet hinted at a certain introspective.
  7. Mar 19,  · Harold Land continues to be a firm favourite on the LJC turntable, hard tone but not harsh, with plenty of fire, and inventive compositions. The unusual inclusion of Wes Montgomery (too early for Bobby Hutcherson) gives an added piquancy to the line up. This is only Land’s third album, coming immediately after his excellent The Fox ().
  8. I see nothing wrong with jazz musicians tackling some different material, and these are some nice melodies that translate quite well to the jazz idiom, at least the way this group plays them. Harold Land's smokey tenor sound is perfect for many of these songs, and he is in top form on most of them. Trumpeter Carmell Jones is also.
  9. * Imperial LP, LP The Harold Land Quintet - Jazz Impressions Of Folk Music = Mosaic MS Carmell Jones - Mosaic Select. The Harold Land Quintet. Carmell W. Jones, trumpet; Harold Land, tenor sax; John Houston, piano; Jim Bond, bass; Mel Lee, drums.: same personnel. Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July 17,

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