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Eddie Gomez Featuring Chick Corea And Steve Gadd - Gomez album

Eddie Gomez Featuring Chick Corea And Steve Gadd - Gomez album Performer: Eddie Gomez
Title: Gomez
Style: Post Bop, Contemporary Jazz
Date of release: 1984
Size MP3: 1890 mb
Size FLAC: 1276 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: TTA MOD AC3 MP4 AHX WMA APE

Bass – Eddie GomezPiano – Chick Corea. 8. Row, Row, Row Your Tones. Bass – Eddie GomezDrums – Steve GaddTenor Saxophone – Yasuaki Shimizu.

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Friends is an album by Chick Corea. It was released by Polydor Records and the cover featured the Smurfs. Friends received the 1979 Grammy award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group. All pieces are composed by Chick Corea. The One Step" – 6:05. Waltse for Dave" – 7:32. Children's Song No. 5 – 1:15.

Gomez is a post bop music album recording by EDDIE GOMEZ released in 1984 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Interface – YF-7089 (Japan). Thanks to snobb for the updates. Next Future by Eddie Gomez Grp Records.

Legendary bassist EDDIE GOMEZ has been on the cutting edge of music for over four decades. com/watch?v 3zJftxoSnk. Chick Corea - Three Quartets Band - Michael Brecker, Eddie Gomez, Steve Gadd.

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Puccini's Walk Eddie GOMEZ featuring Michael BRECKER. Chick Corea - New Waltz 1 - with Vinnie Colaiuta and John Patitucci.

Corea does several things especially well here: first, he wisely chose two of Evans' most celebrated sidemen (bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Paul Motian) to join him for the trio date. Second, he does an excellent job of invoking Evans' musical spirit without giving in to the temptation to slavishly imitate his distinctive playing style. The combination of a sprawling two-disc configuration and the live setting (the album was recorded over the course of a two-week stint at the Blue Note in New York) means that there's plenty of room for everyone to stretch out, which doesn't always yield dividends: no matter how impressionistic it got, Evans' playing never seemed aimless, but Corea's. sometimes does on tracks like "Rhapsody" and the Motian composition "Mode V.