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Sister Daisy - Arthur Blythe - Elaborations

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Elaborations - Arthur Blythe on AllMusic - - With only one or two exceptions, all of altoist 5/
  2. Jazz Alternatives playlist for 03/28/ Program: Jazz Alternatives. Leana. Arthur Blythe - Autumn in New York. from. Basic Blythe; Arthur Blythe - Lenox Avenue Breakdown. from. Basic Blythe; Arthur Blythe Sister Daisy. from. Elaborations; Arthur Blythe - Bush Baby. from.
  3. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow With only one or two exceptions, all of altoist Arthur Blythe's recordings for Columbia during are surprisingly rewarding; he avoided the temptations of commercialism and generally kept true to his musical vision.
  4. Arthur Blythe - Elaborations All compositions by Arthur Blythe except as indicated 1. Elaborations 2. Metamorphosis 3. Sister Daisy 4. One Mint Julep (Rudolph Toombs) 5. Shadows 6. Lower Nile Arthur Blythe - alto saxophone Abdul Wadud - cello Kelvyn Bell - guitar Bob Stewart - tuba Bobby Battle - drums Wilbur Morris - bass (track 3).
  5. Blythe,Arthur, ELABORATIONS/LIGHT BLUE/P, CD, FaceTheMusic. Tracklist ELABORATIONS METAMORPHOSIS SISTER DAISY ONE MINT JULEP SHADOWS.
  6. Apr 07,  · ARTHUR BLYTHE-THE COLUMBIA YEARS. dereksmusicblog ♦ April 7, ♦ Leave a comment. Arthur Blythe-The Columbia Years. Nowadays, prodigy is one of the most overused words in the English language, and all too often it’s used to describe young children who show a modicum of talent in sport and music.
  7. Arthur Murray Blythe (July 5, – March 27, ) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and composer. He was described by critic Chris Kelsey as displaying "one of the most easily recognizable alto sax sounds in jazz, big and round, with a fast, wide vibrato and an aggressive, precise manner of phrasing" and furthermore as straddling the avant garde and traditionalist jazz, often with.