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Hank Crawford: Memphis, Ray and a Touch of Moody

Read "Memphis, Ray and a Touch of Moody" reviewed by Douglas Payne

director from 1958-64, already had his own sound on alto sax by 1960 when he started his own Atlantic recording career (quite a feat in the wake of Bird and the dawn of Cannonball). During the next decade, he produced a consistent catalog of soulful sets for Atlantic, almost all well worth hearing.This excellent ...


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