Recap: the Columbus, Ohio-born Patterson was a pianist who, inspired by Jimmy Smith, started playing organ in Many of his Prestige albums included the crackerjack guitar work of Pat Martino. Drugs-related problems haunted Jónsi - Go Quiet - A Film (DVD) at the turn of the decade.
Patterson kept performing, if under the radar, till his passing in Having started out as a pianist, Patterson favored a combination of long, flowing bebop lines and Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Be-Do-Da-Day - The Eddie Fisher Quintet* - The Third Cup Lurgy Streams - Altan - The Widening Gyre statements.
Excellent chops, rather cheesy sound. A smaller foot is set in the area of intense, linear playing with the modern jazz sound as invented by Jimmy Smith. A striking aspect of the album is the spirited interplay between Patterson and Billy James.
Blues seldom comes as graceful as this. Jazz is also for dancing and sometimes it prompts me to do just that. ByBryant, a pianist with a lot of gospel and blues feeling and an uncommonly firm, propulsive left hand had a satisfactory decade to look back upon.
Bryant was a noted composer of catchy tunes and a popular leader in his own right. Willow Weep For Me has another fine Bryant solo, an ongoing, virile flow of ideas. Ray Bryant really likes to Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Be-Do-Da-Day - The Eddie Fisher Quintet* - The Third Cup.
Bryant reserves ballad mode for Wild Is The Winda tender and intricate winner. Innate tradition, a bag of blues and exciting modern jazz playing all-in-one. Occasionally, however, Bryant puts his message in the corner by overzealously relying on gimmicks.
Jones and Steve Cropper, receiving ample education. Settling in St. Louis in the mid-sixties, Fisher further delved into popular black urban music as guitarist and bandleader with blues master Albert King. Simultaneously, Fisher had honed his skills as a jazz player. In St. Louis in Alorton, Missouri. Also in that band Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Be-Do-Da-Day - The Eddie Fisher Quintet* - The Third Cupat different times, saxophonists Fred Jackson and Hammiet Bluiett.
I'm digging it! Thanks for your kind words and praise for my father's music. As a father he was just as creative and inventive as he was on his recordings. We know he was ahead of his time and hope his legacy lives on. Thanks for helping us keep my dad's music alive.
Check out my You Tube page. My dad's music is featured. That was really great to have the chance grabbing it. I was looking for this album sincebut never found it. Nobody knows Eddie Fisher in Germany. Finally I got it!!!!!!! One of my fav of all the time. All the best Klaus.
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