Marion Brown - Soul Eyes FLAC album
Title: Soul Eyes
Style: Contemporary Jazz
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Strona Główna Jazz Marion Brown Marion Brown – Soul Eyes (1979). Marion Brown – Soul Eyes (1979). Czwartek, 24 Listopad 2011 10:08 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 0 Słaby Świetny. Here Brown assembles an amazing quartet of similarly gifted musicians of which none need any introduction. This album eluded US sales by being released in Japan. Although a CD was released later, it still remains hard to obtain. The music presented is a well performed mixture of Brown, Waldron, Heyman, Sour, Eyton & Green Mingus and Monk compositions. Apart from Brown’s own tunes all players place their mark to great effect and cohesion to the other familiarised pieces.
This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/192 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Geechee Recollections, Sweet Earth Flying. Album starts at 192BPM, ends at BPM (-192), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Marion Brown. November Cotton Flower.
Brown Eyes (Korean: 브라운아이즈) was a South Korean singing duo that debuted in 2001. They are considered one of South Korea's most important R&B groups, given their immense commercial success. Despite having no television appearances, Brown Eyes managed to have record sales of 640,000 and 618,026 for their first and second albums, respectively. In May 2002, Brown Eyes performed the Korean version of the Official Anthem along with Lena Park for the 2002 FIFA World Cup held in South Korea and Japan.
MARION BROWN soul eyes LP Vinyl JAPAN RVC BAYSTATE RJL-2601 PROMO WHITE LABEL. Listen obi marion brown soul eyes japan only jazz baystate RVJ-6036 lp vinyl ex. Pre-Owned.
Marion Brown's Three for Shepp is the image-in-the-mirror companion to Archie Shepp's Four for Trane recorded the year before. The program is equally divided between Brown's originals, which occupy the first half of the album, and Shepp tunes that take up the latter half. What is immediately striking is how similar in tone, color, and texture the two men were when it came to composition. Brown arms himself here with crack bands for these recordings.
|Body And Soul||7:10|
|Goodbye Pork Pie Hat||8:43|
|RVJ-6036||Marion Brown||Soul Eyes (LP, Album)||Baystate||RVJ-6036||Japan||1979|
|RJL-2601||Marion Brown||Soul Eyes (LP, Album, RE)||Baystate||RJL-2601||Japan||1983|
|BVCJ-1031||Marion Brown||Soul Eyes (CD, Album, RE)||Baystate||BVCJ-1031||Japan||1994|