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Legends of Acid Jazz

Label: Prestige Records
Released: 1999

Album

Legends of Acid Jazz

Label: Prestige Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: Steppin' In Minor; The Spanish Flea; Something Wonderful; Take Five; It Was A Very Good Year; Siete; Night Song; Fiddlin'; Matchmaker, Matchmaker; Organology; The House of the Rising Sun; Just Us Two; Eleanor Rigby; Count Nine; Man and A Woman; A Whiter Shade of Pale; Teddy Makes Three; These Blues of Mine; What The World Needs Now.

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Charles Kynard: Legends of Acid Jazz

Read "Legends of Acid Jazz" reviewed by AAJ Staff


The name is unfamiliar; the sound is welcome. A full-time teacher in Los Angeles, Charles Kynard did not record often (as a leader, just one album after he left Prestige.) But he’s got that feel you love in an organ: subtle and sweet, and a strut when he needs it. These dates, among his last for ...

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Charles Kynard: Legends of Acid Jazz

Read "Legends of Acid Jazz" reviewed by Douglas Payne


Charles Kynard (1933-79) had a brief, rather low-key career as an organist. By day, he maintained a full-time career working with kids with special needs and taught piano between gigs and his job. He only recorded infrequently, doing sessions and two albums under his own name for Pacific Jazz in the early 1960s and several sessions ...

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Trudy Pitts/Pat Martino: Legends Of Acid Jazz

Read "Legends Of Acid Jazz" reviewed by John Sharpe


Super spy Austin Powers would dig this ---- yeah baby! This CD is one of twenty-five in Prestige's new Legends Of Acid Jazz series. These reissues celebrate that funky, far-out time in the early-60s and 70s when soul-jazz enjoyed enormous, if brief, popularity. All feature ersatz psychedelic cover art and each single disc often contains two ...

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Trudy Pitts/Pat Martino: Legends of Acid Jazz

Read "Legends of Acid Jazz" reviewed by Douglas Payne


Organist Trudy Pitts, who still lives and plays in Philadelphia, is a classically trained pianist whose lounge-jazz organ style was captured on four Prestige albums during 1967-68. Legends of Acid Jazz: Trudy Pitts/Pat Martino collects the first two of these, Introducing the Fabulous Trudy Pitts and These Blues of Mine.Like Shirley Scott and Gloria ...

Album

Legends Of Acid Jazz

Label: Verve Records
Released: 1998

Album

Legends Of Acid Jazz

Label: Lipstick Records
Released: 1996

Album

Legends Of Acid Jazz

Label: Milestone Records
Released: 1996

Album

Legends Of Acid Jazz

Label: Prestige
Released: 1996


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