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  • Performer: Art Blakey
  • Album: 4 Albums
  • FLAC: 1883 mb | MP3: 1874 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Bop
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 482
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Art Blakey - 4 Albums album flac

Tracklist

Moanin'
1-1 Warm-up And Dialogue Between Lee And Rudy
1-2 Moanin'
1-3 Are You Real
1-4 Along Came Betty
1-5 The Drum Thunder Suite
1-6 Blues March
1-7 Come Rain Or Come Shine
1-8 Moanin' (Alternate Take)
Africaine
2-1 Africaine
2-2 Lester Left
2-3 Splendid
2-4 Haina
2-5 The Midget
2-6 Celine
Buhaina's Delight
3-1 Backstage Sally
3-2 Contemplation
3-3 Bu's Delight
3-4 Reincarnation
3-5 Shaky Jake
3-6 Moon River
3-7 Moon River (Alternate Take)
3-8 Backstage Sally (Alternate Take)
3-9 Reincarnaton Blues
3-10 Bu's Delight
The African Beat
4-1 Prayer By Solomon G. Liori
4-2 Ife L'ayo (There Is Happiness In Love)
4-3 Obirin African (Woman Of Africa)
4-4 Love, The Mystery Of
4-5 Ero Ti Nr' Ojeje
4-6 Ayiko Ayiko (Welcome, Welcome, My Darling)
4-7 Tobi Ilu

Notes

5099968050320
2011 EMI MUSIC FRANCE
PRINTED IN EU - LC 03098

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099968050320

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