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Art Farmer Quintet - Modern Art (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Art Farmer Quartet Featuring Jim Hall - To Sweden With Love (Atlantic LP ) The Many Faces Of Art Farmer (Scepter LP ) The Art Farmer Quartet - Sing Me Softly Of The Blues (Atlantic LP ) Art Farmer Quintet - The Time And The Place: The Lost Concert (Mosaic MCD) Art Farmer Quintet - The Time And The Place (Columbia.
  2. You Make Me Smile, an Album by The Art Farmer Quintet. Released in on Soul Note (catalog no. SN ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Art Farmer (flugelhorn, producer), Clifford Jordan (tenor saxophone), Fred Hersch (piano, co-producer), Rufus Reid (bass), Akira Tana (drums), A.T. Michael MacDonald (engineer), Denise McGrath (assistant engineer), Gennaro Carone .
  3. Dec 17, - Explore Fitz Gitler's board "Prestige Lp" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Album covers, Album cover design, The prestige pins.
  4. Sep 25,  · Modern Art Sep, 11 & 14, Song Fair Weather; Artist Art Farmer; Album All That Jazz, Vol. For Art's Sake – The Art of Art Farmer.
  5. This is the original deep-groove RVG-etched 10” pressing of Art Farmer “Quintet” on the maroon and silver West 50th St. labels of Prestige PRLP Other than an inaudible scuff on Side B Track 1, the flat rim playing surface appears to be in new condition, with a high luster; however, there are light sporadic ticks, probably inherent in End date: Jun 03,
  6. Ph.D. is an album by Art Farmer recorded in New York in and originally released on the Contemporary label.
  7. Art Farmer: Art Farmer Quintet At Boomers (Japanese pressing) (LP, Vinyl record album) - One of the greatest Art Farmer recordings of the 70s – an especially sharp-edged performance, -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  8. In , trumpeter Art Farmer was teamed with tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley and pianist Horace Silver in one of the most vital and important modern jazz groups of the seminal hard bop era. But it was Farmer here who was emerging as a leader, with Mobley tagging along on this excellent date. Not to say that Mobley was a slouch, and indeed far from it as a peer of Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane.

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