Clifford Brown - Remember Clifford mp3 album
I Remember Clifford is a 1992 album by Arturo Sandoval, the second album he made after leaving his native Cuba. The entire album is a tribute to Clifford Brown, who was a great influence on Sandoval and who died in an auto accident in 1956, when he was 25 years old. The album is named for Clifford Brown, who was killed on June 26, 1956 in a car accident which also killed pianist Richie Powell, and Powell's wife.
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Clifford Brown – Remember Clifford. Label: EmArcy – SM-7116. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. EmArcy blue label, no year of printing to be found. Other Versions (5 of 35) View All. Cat.
Clifford Brown with Strings Clifford Brown. Listen on Apple Music. Alone Together: The Best of the Mercury Years. The Best of Clifford Brown. Clifford Brown With Strings, Clifford Brown and Max Roach At Basin Street. Four Classic Albums (Brown And Roach Inc, Jam Session, Study In Brown, New Star On The Horizon) (Digitally Remastered).
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Clifford Benjamin Brown (October 30, 1930 – June 26, 1956) was an American jazz trumpeter. He died at the age of 25 in a car accident, leaving behind four years' worth of recordings. He was also a composer of note: three of his compositions, "Sandu," "Joy Spring" and "Daahoud", have become jazz standards. Brown won the Down Beat critics' poll for New Star of the Year in 1954; he was inducted into the Down Beat "Jazz Hall of Fame" in 1972 in the critics' poll.
Clifford Brown's solo on "I'll Remember April" off the album "Max Roach and Clifford Brown: Live at Basin Street". clifford brown max roach i'll remember april jazz trumpet solo transcription.
Clifford Brown (October 30, 1930 – June 26, 1956), aka "Brownie," was an American jazz trumpeter. He died aged 25 in a car accident, leaving behind only four years' worth of recordings. Nonetheless, he had a considerable influence on later jazz trumpet players, including Donald Byrd, Lee Morgan, Booker Little, and Freddie Hubbard, among others. He was also a composer of note: two of his compositions, "Joy Spring" and "Daahoud", have become jazz standards.
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|125 268 MDL||Clifford Brown||Remember Clifford (LP, Comp)||Mercury||125 268 MDL||France||1963|
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|MCL 125 268, 125 268 MCL||Clifford Brown||Remember Clifford (LP, Comp, Mono)||Mercury, Mercury||MCL 125 268, 125 268 MCL||Netherlands||Unknown|
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