Johnny Lytle - Fast Hands flac album
|B3||Blues To Be There||4:56|
- Recorded At – Sound Heights Studio
- Bass – Mervyn Bronson*
- Congas, Percussion – Larry Killian*
- Drums – Idris Muhammad
- Engineer – Fred Miller
- Engineer [Mastering] – Joe Brescio
- Keyboards – Mickey Tucker
- Percussion – Fred Miller (tracks: A2)
- Producer – Houston Person
- Tenor Saxophone – Houston Person
- Vibraphone [Vibes], Percussion – Johnny Lytle
NotesRecorded at Sound Heights Studio, Brooklyn, N.Y. - April 17., 1980
P&C 1980, Muse Records, A Division of Blanchris, Inc.
|MR 5185||Johnny Lytle||Fast Hands (LP, Album, Promo)||Muse Records||MR 5185||US||1980|
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Johnny Lytle - Everything Must Change (1977, Muse Records) full album. Label:Muse Records MR 5158 Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:US Released:1978 Genre:Jazz Style:Soul-Jazz Tracklist A1 Send In The Clowns 5:40 A2 Where. The Man - Johnny Lytle. Rare, hip, instrumental Jazz groove with Vibes from '64/'65. St. Louis Blues By Johnny Lytle. Absolutely THE definitive rendition of this jazz classic. Johnny Lytle was a jazz musician who began playing the drums and piano at a very early age. Before.
Johnny Dillard Lytle (October 13, 1932 in Springfield, Ohio – December 15, 1995 in Springfield) was a jazz drummer and vibraphonist. Lytle grew up in Springfield, Ohio in a family of musicians, the son of a trumpeter father and an organist mother. He began playing the drums and piano at an early age. Before studying music in earnest, he was a boxer, and was a successful Golden Gloves champion.
Everything Must Change (Johnny Lytle album). Everything Must Change is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Johnny Lytle which was recorded in 1977 for the Muse label. All compositions by Johnny Lytle except where noted. Send In The Clowns" (Stephen Sondheim) - 5:40.
Taken from his 1966 critically acclaimed album release The Loop, Lytle does another take on his former smash hit of the same year, "The Man," retaining the same groovin' rhythm but utilizing more notes from his sidemen. On the Duke Ellington standard "Blues to Be There," Lytle and Tucker humbly stroll through the intro, enabling Person to make a grand entrance by inflicting a bluesy saxophone on the first verse. Lytle counters with a melodious, titillating locution. This southern-seasoned blues number settles with Lytle, Tucker,and Person musing through the vamp.
Fast Hands is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Johnny Lytle which was recorded in 1980 for the Muse label. Studio album by. Johnny Lytle. Retrieved May 26, 2015. Swenson, . ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 128. ISBN 0-394-72643-X. Alan Duncan (cricketer).
Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. Fast Hands, Happy Ground Johnny Lytle. Listen on Apple Music.
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