Donald Byrd - Black Byrd album flac
- Album: Black Byrd
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Black Byrd was state-of-the-art for its time, and it set a new standard for all future jazz/R&B/funk fusions - of which there were many. Byrd would continue to refine this sound on equally essential albums like Street Lady and the fantastic Places and Spaces, but Black Byrd stands as his groundbreaking signature statement.
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Donald Byrd – Black Byrd. Label: Blue Note – BN-LA047-F.
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Blackjack is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring performances by Byrd with Sonny Red, Hank Mobley, Cedar Walton, Walter Booker, and Billy Higgins recorded in 1967 and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 4259. The CD reissue included one bonus track recorded in 1963.
Purists howled with indignation when Donald Byrd released Black Byrd, a full-fledged foray into R&B that erupted into a popular phenomenon. Byrd was branded a sellout and a traitor to his hard bop credentials, especially after Black Byrd became the biggest-selling album in Blue Note history
Walking along playing a song Walk along, starting us off Walking along playing a song Walk along, starting us off. Check it out Black bird shouting out. Listen to the horn carry on Listen to the horn carry on Listen to the horn carry on Listen to the horn carry on. Get in the groove and move Just can't lose Get in the groove and move Just can't lose Get in the groove and move Just can't lose
Album · 1973 · 7 Songs. After releasing a pair of funky fusion albums on his own, former hard-bopping trumpeter Donald Byrd teamed up with Larry Mizell and his Motown hitmaker brother, Fonce, for one of the best groove-jazz albums of all time. Breezy and often quite beautiful, this radio-friendly 1973 release is full of wicked guitar riffing, buttery vocals, science-fiction synths, and, of course, first-class trumpet playing. Get down and dirty with "Slop Jar Blues" or croon along with the socially conscious "Where Are We Going?" Black Byrd Donald Byrd.
Artists Donald Byrd Black Byrd. Black Byrd Donald Byrd. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 114/144 BPM). Tracklist Black Byrd.