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Warren Smith And Composer's Workshop Ensemble - Folks Song FLAC album


Performer: Warren Smith
Genre: Jazz
Title: Folks Song
Released: 1978
Style: Free Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1788 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1987 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1706 mb
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Composers Workshop Ensemble. By: Warren Smith (1973, Jazz). 2. Lament (What Does It Mean?).

07 - Love in the Open Suite. 06 - Cricket Song Poem. 01 - Chisai Sake Ka. lac. 02 - Introduction to the Blues. 05 - I Know the Scenery by Heart. 03 - We've Been Around. Warren Smith & The Composer's Workshop Ensemble - Warren Smith & The Composer's Workshop Ensemble (Disc 2. og. Warren Smith & The Composer's Workshop Ensemble (Disc 2. ue.

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Warren Smith (February 7, 1932 – January 30, 1980) was an American rockabilly and country music singer and guitarist. Smith was born in Humphreys County, Mississippi, to Iola and Willie Warren Smith, who divorced when he was young. He was raised by his maternal grandparents in Louise, Mississippi, where they had a small farm and dry goods store. Smith took up the guitar to while away his evenings while in the United States Air Force stationed in San Antonio, Texas.

WARREN SMITH is a avant-garde jazz music artist. Warren Smith & The Composer's Workshop Ensemble Avant-Garde Jazz 1995. WARREN SMITH singles (0). WARREN SMITH movies (DVD, Blu-Ray or VHS).

Warren Smith is an American jazz percussionist, known as a contributor to Max Roach's M'boom ensemble and leader of the Composer's Workshop Ensemble One of his earliest major recording dates was with Miles Davis as a vibraphonist in 1957. He found work in Broadway pit bands in 1958, and also played with Gil Evans that year. In 1961 he co-founded the Composers Workshop Ensemble, a New York-based jazz composition and performance ensemble. In the 1960s Smith accompanied Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, Lloyd Price, and Nat King Cole. He worked with Sam Rivers from 1964–76 and with Gil Evans again from 1968 to 1976. In 1969 he played with Janis Joplin and in 1971 with King Curtis and with Tony Williams Lifetime.

Tracklist

A1 Ann Of Nzinga
A2 Sippin And Smokin Wif Milton
B1 Cool Eddie
B2 Folks Song

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