Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson: Paris Blues CD Track Listing
Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson
Paris Blues (2001)
Lucky Thompson - Tenor Sammy price - Piano, Vocals Jean-Pierre Sasson - Guitar Pierre Michelot - Bass Gerard Pochonet - Drums \nRecorded July 1957\n\nThe jazz fans of either traditional or modern jazz that can see \nno good in the other group's music have done jazz a great harm \nover the years by exaggerating the differences and ignoring the \ncommon base of improvisation. The musicians don't feel these stylistic \nbarriers so why do the fans? \nOn the face of it an album featuring Sammy Price, \nwho played for many years in Mezz Mezzrow's band and \nis known for his blues and boogie piano playing and Lucky \nThompson one of the most sophisticated of modern tenor, \nshould not have worked out. Work out it did however and without \never producing anything of earth shattering importance, they have \nproduced this very pleasant album. The rhythm section is good; \nit has a nice light touch and always swings along. How Long Blues\n shows everyone of to good effect and has a good vocal from Sammy \nPrice. Lucky Thompson was a very fine tenor player and it is to be\n hoped that many more of his previous albums will be re-released in CD format. \nAs was said earlier, stylistic difference is not a problem for the musicians, \nonly some of the fans!
This jazz cd contains 8 tracks and runs 36min 11sec.
Tags: music songs tracks jazz jazz
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - I Want A Little Girl (07:22)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Paris Blues (03:43)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Up Above My Head (02:58)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Minor Blues (04:24)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Sweet Georgia Brown (05:10)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - How Long Blues (04:26)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Lucky T (04:51)
- Sammy Price and Lucky Thompson - Embassy Boogie (03:12)