James Moody - James Moody And The Blues mp3 album
Title: James Moody And The Blues
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Rhythm & Blues
Size MP3: 1655 mb
Size FLAC: 1548 mb
Format: RA ADX AUD AHX WMA DXD MIDI
Moody's Mood for Love is an album by saxophonist James Moody recorded in 1956 and released on the Argo label. All compositions by James Moody except as indicated. Foolin' the Blues" - 5:05. I'm in the Mood for Love" (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh) - 3:06. You Go to My Head" (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie) - 3:25.
Listen to I Got the Blues from James Moody's Just Moody for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. James Moody (March 26, 1925 - December 9, 2010) was a jazz saxophone and flute player. He was born in Savannah, Georgia. View full artist profile.
When James Moody's name is mentioned, two words immediately come to mind: tenor sax. Thought Moody also has an attractive sound on the alto, the tenor is his primary voice. But neither the tenor nor the alto is heard on The Blues And Other Colors, which was recorded in 1968 and '69 and has been reissued for Fantasy's Original Jazz Classics (OJC) series. Instead, Moody embraces the flute and the soprano sax on this album, which combines jazz with elements of chamber music . Not a "typical" Moody album, Blues is well worth obtaining. Title: The Blues And Other Colors Year Released: 1998 Record Label: Fantasy Jazz.
Gold is a compilation album by The Moody Blues, released in 2005 by Polydor. All songs were written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. Justin Hayward – guitar, vocals. John Lodge – bass, guitar, vocals. Michael Pinder – keyboards, vocals. Ray Thomas – vocals, flute, percussion, harmonica. Graeme Edge – drums, percussion, vocals. John Lodge – bass, vocals.
James Moody has been added to your Cart. Cookin the Blues, the first album here, features his septet recorded live at the Jazz Workshop in June 1961, during his tour on the West Coast. Moody, wonderfully relaxed and in good form, fronts a band (with trumpeter Howard McGhee in his come back to the coast) offering inspired performances and more musical content than groups with a bigger name. Eddie Jefferson was also was one of the moving forces behind the whole show, with his humorous, and happily frantic singing. All seven songs in Another Bag the second album of this compilation are excellent originals
American jazz saxophonist, flautist and vocalist who enjoyed a long musical relationship with Dizzy Gillespie. Best known for the hit Moody's Mood For Love.
The pre-psychedelic Moody Blues were represented in England by this album, which is steeped in American soul. The covers include songs by James Brown, Willie Dixon, and Chris Kenner, plus the chart-busting "Go Now" (originally recorded by Bessie Banks), interspersed with a brace of originals by lead singer/guitarist Denny Laine and keyboardist Mike Pinder, and one Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich number, "I've Got a Dream. The group's sound is good and loud, and Laine was a phenomenal singer, though the band lacked the charisma and built-in excitement of such rivals as the Rolling Stones and the Animals. This album is more interesting than its American equivalent, but also not as good, since it leaves off such single sides as "Steal Your Heart Away" and the Pinder/Laine "From the Bottom of My Heart," the latter being the best side this version of the group ever recorded.
Tracklist: 1. Flute ‘N The Blues, 2. Birdland Story, 3. It Could Happen To You, 4. I Cover The Waterfront, 5. Body And Soul, 6. Breaking The Blues, 7. Parker’s Mood, 8. Easy Living, 9. Boo’s Tune, 10. Richard’s Blues. More albums from James Moody: Night Flight by James Moody. Une Fleu. ien Qu’Une Rose, T’As Les Yeux Blues D’Un Ange by James Moody. Last Train From Overbrook by James Moody. Cookin’ The Blues by James Moody. Sweet And Lovely by James Moody. Moving Forward by James Moody. James Moody’s Moods by James Moody. The Teachers by James Moody. View all albums . Flute ‘N The Blues.
|A1||Moody Mood For Blues|
|B1||Blues In The Closet|
|B2||I've Got The Blues|