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Trombonist Al Grey was famous as “the last of the big time plungers,” for his mastery at using a plumber's plunger to manipulate the color of his instrument. The result was a soulful quality that sounds as if he's singing the blues.

Grey rose to prominence as a soloist and gifted accompanist to singers, particularly on bluesy numbers. His unique style developed over years spent playing with many great bands

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Snap Your Fingers

Audio Fidelity
2003

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Grey's Mood: The...

Unknown label
2002

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Matzoh and Grits

Arbors Records
1998

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Christmas Stockin'...

Audio Fidelity
1992

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Al Meets Bjarne

Audio Fidelity
1989

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Keybone

Audio Fidelity
1980

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