Lou Donaldson - Sweet Poppa Lou FLAC album
Title: Sweet Poppa Lou
FLAC version ZIP size: 1818 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1776 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1909 mb
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Alto Saxophone – Lou Donaldson. Design – Neil Lavey. Drums – Idris Muhammad. Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder. Sweet Poppa Lou (LP, Album).
Sunny Side Up is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label and performed by Donaldson with Bill Hardman, Horace Parlan, Sam Jones, Al Harewood, with Laymon Jackson replacing Jones on four tracks.
Sweet Popp Lou is a 1981 album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson, his first recording for the Muse label, featuring Donaldson's quartet with Herman Foster, Calvin Hill, Idris Muhammad, and additional percussion on three tracks by Ralph Dorsey. All compositions by Lou Donaldson except as indicated.
Sweet Poppa Lou is a 1981 album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson, his first recording for the Muse label, featuring Donaldson's quartet with Herman Foster, Calvin Hill, Idris Muhammad, and additional percussion on three tracks by Ralph Dorsey.
This is the discography for American jazz musician Lou Donaldson. 1952: New Faces New Sounds (Lou Donaldson Quintet/Quartet) (Blue Note BLP 5021). 1953: New Faces New Sounds (Lou Donaldson/Clifford Brown Quintet) (Blue Note BLP 5030). 1954: Lou Donaldson Sextet, Vol. 2 (Blue Note BLP 5055). 1954: et (Blue Note BLP 1537 ) compilation. 1957: Wailing With Lou (Blue Note BLP 1545). 1957: Swing and Soul (Blue Note BLP 1566).
Artist:Lou Donaldson Title Of Album:Sweet Poppa Lou Year Of Release:January 7, 1981 Label:Muse Genre:Jazz, Soul Jazz, Hard Bop Quality: Mp3 Bitrate: 320 Kbps Total Time:36:31 T. Lou Donaldson - alto sax Herman Foster - piano Calvin Hill - bass Idris Muhammad - drums Ralph Dorsey - percussion. singlemalt 4 December 2014 22:16. For many years his pianist was Herman Foster and he was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame on October 11,2012. 3. Jazz – Jazz is a music genre that originated amongst African Americans in New Orleans, United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in Blues and Ragtime.