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Howard Roberts - The Movin' Man album download
Performer: Howard Roberts
Title: The Movin' Man
Country: US
Rating: 4.9/5
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FLAC size: 1136 mb | MP3 size: 1110 mb | WMA size: 1524 mb
Genre: Jazz

Given the other pressing Howard Roberts - The Movin' Man, has "electronically enhanced for reproduction in STEREO" on the cover, I would suspect this one is mono. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 16 For Sale from €. 2.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label VSP (catalog number VSP-29). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: A&R.

More mainstream than later organ/funky efforts, the sidemen are not at his level. It is still a very listenable set, a fine glimpse of his early bop-style playing.

Complete your Howard Roberts collection. Given the other pressing Howard Roberts - The Movin' Man, has "electronically enhanced for reproduction in STEREO" on the cover, I would suspect this one is mono. Marketplace 35 For Sale from €. 6.

The Movin' Man is a cool jazz music album recording by HOWARD ROBERTS released in 1959 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 The More I See You 4:41 A2 Terpsichore 4:27 A3 Godchild 4:49 A4 All The Things You Are 2:41 B1 Relaxin' At Camarillo 5:46 B2 When The Sun Comes Out 4:15 B3 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 2:41 B4 Jillzie 5:13. Bass – Jules Bertaux (tracks: B4), Red Mitchell Drums – Bob White (tracks: B4), Stan Levey Guitar – Howard Roberts Piano – Pete Jolly Tenor Saxophone – Bill Holman, Bob Cooper (tracks: B4). About this release.

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Item · Jazz LP. HOWARD ROBERTS: the movin' man. VSP 29. Still Sealed. Customers Who Bought These Also Bought.

Howard Roberts (October 2, 1929 – June 28, 1992) was an American jazz guitarist, educator, and session musician. Roberts was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and began playing guitar at the age of 8. By the time he was 15 he was playing professionally locally. In 1950, he moved to Los Angeles, California. With the assistance of Jack Marshall, he began working with musicians, arrangers and songwriters including Neal Hefti, Henry Mancini, Bobby Troup, Chico Hamilton, George Van Eps, and Barney Kessel.

Howard Roberts (1929-1992) has had one of the most multi-facted and colorful careers in guitar history. A true Renaissance Man of the guitar, he was a brilliant jazz artist, a studio pro par excellence, a profound and insightful educator, an imaginative inventor, prolific author and deep thinker. The story of his musical journey is one the most inspiring in guitarlore.

Tracklist

A1 The More I See You 4:41
A2 Terpsichore 4:27
A3 Godchild 4:49
A4 All The Things You Are 2:41
B1 Relaxin' At Camarillo 5:46
B2 When The Sun Comes Out 4:15
B3 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 2:41
B4 Jillzie 5:13

Credits

  • A&R – Jack Maher
  • Artwork – Jon Henry
  • Bass – Jules Bertaux (tracks: B4), Red Mitchell
  • Design – Acy Lehman
  • Drums – Bob White* (tracks: B4), Stan Levey
  • Engineer – Val Valentin
  • Guitar – Howard Roberts
  • Piano – Pete Jolly
  • Recording Supervisor – Norman Granz
  • Remastered By – Frank Greenwald
  • Tenor Saxophone – Bill Holman, Bob Cooper (tracks: B4)

Notes

All sides recorded in Los Angeles in 1957, except Jillzie recorded in Los Angeles, November, 1956.

Not sure if the missing additional 'S' from the copied release means this version is in mono...

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VSPS-29 Howard Roberts The Movin' Man ‎(LP, Album, Rep) VSP VSPS-29 US 1966
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Given the other pressing Howard Roberts - The Movin' Man, has "electronically enhanced for reproduction in STEREO" on the cover, I would suspect this one is mono.