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Easy Go

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Easy Go; Love for Sale; Viva Prado; Something New (Sunset Tower); Theme for Alto; Riff Rhapsody; Dynaflow; What's New?; Jump for Joe; Night Watch; Francesca; Soliloquy; Lazy Daisy; Mambo Rhapsody; Riff Raff; Stardust; Bags and Baggage; Bill's Blues; Cool Eyes; Beehive

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Stan Kenton: Easy Go

Read "Easy Go" reviewed by William Grim

Easy Go is a compilation of straight ahead charts recorded by the Kenton band in the years 1950-52 between tours of the Innovations Orchestra. While an artistic triumph, the Innovations Orchestra was not so successful financially, and Kenton had to record a number of albums devoted to just dance and swing tunes to recuperate his losses. ...

Easy Go

Label: Point Entertainment
Released: 2001

Easy Go

Label: Premonition Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Fat Chance; Cowboy; Three Views of a Secret; October; My Brother Richard; Sag Harbor; Desperate Measures; Blue In Green; Blues for Wood; Easy Go.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John McLean: Easy Go

Read "Easy Go" reviewed by Jim Santella

Mostly his originals, the session smokes with an authenticity that centers on exciting guitar leadership. By adding organ and tenor saxophone, McLean provides a sound that captures the essence of jazz and rock. Pieces by Woody Shaw, Bill Evans/Miles Davis and Jaco Pastorius add a mainstream charm. Hammond organ and guitar go back a long way. ...


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