Bobby bryant - trumpet hadley caliman & herman riley - tenor saxophone joe sample - piano john duke . Songs: 1. sunny 2. love is surpreme 3. blues for ramona 4. a change is gonna come 5. 58TH street 6. girl talk 7. don't say goodbye.
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Big Band Blues + Wild! - Chicago Years. CD - Fresh Sound 865).
Bass, Vocals – Big Mojo Elem Drums – Timothy Taylor (3)Guitar – E. Trauner Harmonica – C. Dozzler Lead Guitar – M. Toyfl Piano – D. Gugolz Written-By – Mojo Elem. B2. The Reedman's Boogie. Acoustic Bass – D. Gugolz Drums – Timothy Taylor (3)Guitar – E. Trauner Piano – C. Dozzler Tenor Saxophone – .
Robert Calvin Bland (né Robert Calvin Brooks; January 27, 1930 – June 23, 2013), known professionally as Bobby "Blue" Bland, was an American blues singer. Bland developed a sound that mixed gospel with the blues and R&B. created tempestuous arias of love, betrayal and resignation, set against roiling, dramatic orchestrations, and left the listener drained but awed.
His California Album was a return to form for Bobby Blue Bland. Having turned his personal life round in 1971, he turned his career round in 1973. For the first time in nearly ten years, his album charted, spending nineteen weeks in the US Billboard 200. Suddenly, he had a critically acclaimed and commercially successful album on his hands. Thirty-eight years later, the album has a timeless quality, like all good music has. On the album are some fantastic songs, brilliantly played by the cream of Las Angeles’ musicians and sung with a combination of passion, sadness and joy by Bobby. From there on in – the rasping singer moved ever further away from his Blues and R&B roots and embraced Soul Music for the rest of his career.
Album · 2015 · 10 Songs. 2. Church Seat (feat. Bobby Bryant, James Spaulding & Bobby Blevins). 3. Sandra's Dream (feat.
Bobby Bryant (musician). 1934-05-19)May 19, 1934 Hattiesburg, Mississippi United States. Bryant was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and played saxophone in his youth. He moved to Chicago in 1952, where he studied at the Cosmopolitan School of Music until 1957. Remaining in the city until 1960, he played with Red Saunders, Billy Williams, and other ensembles. He relocated to New York City in 1960 and then Los Angeles in 1961, where he became a fixture on the West Coast jazz scene.
Bobby Bryant: Chicago Years (2 Lps On 1 Cd) + Bonus Track. Featuring: Bobby Bryant (tp, cond. The second album, Wild!. The band was specially assembled for the session; we never did any gigs together. Blues Excerpt (Bryant) 4:19. Sleepy (Bryant) 2:14. Genre: JazzStyle: Big Band/SwingArtist: Count Basie. Terry callier: what color is love (CD).