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Ray Brown Trio


Live From New York To Tokyo

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Have You Met Miss Jones? - 4:20 2. Meditation - 6:05 3. Street of Dreams - 5:18 4. Lady Be Good - 6:23 5. That's All - 6:10 6. Love Me Tender - 6:53 7. How Could You Do a Thing Like This to Me? - 5:06 8. Captain Bill - 4:07 9. Introductory Announcement - 0:36 10. F.S.R. (For Sonny Rollins) - 5:27 11. Put Your Little Foot Right Out - 6:00 12. Rio - 7:02 13. If I Loved You - 3:49 14. Introductory Announcement - 0:22 15. Summertime - 7:15 16. Days of Wine and Roses - 6:53 17. Introductory Announcement - 0:19 18. A Night in Tunisia - 6:24 19. Bam Bam Bam - 4:20


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Ray Brown Trio: Walk On

Read "Walk On" reviewed by Ollie Bivens

Recorded in January 2000, Walk On was the latest release by bassist Ray Brown before his passing in July 2002. Maynard Ferguson once remarked that he was attracted to jazz because jazz musicians always seemed to enjoy what they were playing. The sense of joy is present throughout Walk On. “America the Beautiful” begins with Brown ...


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Ray Brown Trio: Live From New York To Tokyo

Read "Live From New York To Tokyo" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

This welcome historical twofer is comprised of two very fine trio recordings, each with Ray Brown and Gene Harris and each using a different drummer. The Red Hot Ray Brown Trio (Concord, 1987) employed Mickey Roker and was recorded at the Blue Note in New York City, November-December 1985. Bam, Bam, Bam (Concord, ...


Some of My Best Friends Are...Guitarists

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Squeeze Me; I Want to Be Happy; Heartstrings; Blues for Ray; Fly Me to the Moon; The Song Is You; Little Darlin'; Blues for Junior; Tangerine; My Funny Valentine; Blues for Wes; Soulful Spirit


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Ray Brown Trio: Some of My Best Friends Are...Guitarists

Read "Some of My Best Friends Are...Guitarists" reviewed by Dave Nathan

For the fifth in his Some of My Best Friends Are... series, master bassist Ray Brown has chosen guitar players as his playing companions. Joining Brown and his trio are six select string men running the gamut of styles and inclination from the straight ahead jazz of veteran Herb Ellis through the cool, blues inflected strumming ...


Live At Starbucks

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Up There; When I Fall In Love; Brown Bossa; Our Delight; Lament; Mainstem; Love You Madly; Caravan; This House Is Empty Now/I Should Care; Lester Leaps In; Starbucks Blues.


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Ray Brown Trio: Live At Starbucks

Read "Live At Starbucks" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Perhaps one of the reasons for the decline in jazz as a popular music is that the listening experience should be live. Its life force rarely transfers itself through the recording process. In the studio, where actions are inscribed in permanence, artists require take after take to “make it perfect.” But jazz isn’t about perfect, or ...


Christmas Songs With The Ray Brown Trio

Label: Telarc
Released: 1999
Track listing: Away In A Manger; Santa Claus Is Coming To Town; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; It Came Upon A Midnight Clear; Little Drummer Boy; The Christmas Song; Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer; Winter Wonderland; We Wish You A Merry Christmas; O Tannenbaum; Jingle Bells; White Christmas; The Christmas Rap;


Some Of My Best Friends Are...Singers

Label: First Impression Music
Released: 1998
Track listing: I Thought About You; Poor Butterfly; More Than You Know; Little Boy; But Beautiful; At Long Last Love; Skylark; Cherokee; (There Is) No Greater Love; Imagination; The Party's Over; The Perfect Blues;


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