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{PARAGRAPH}A unifying factor to most all of their issues was an assertive, spiritual, post bop modal African influence. There was a lot of percussion used, and the musicians were deeply involved with interplay, as opposed to comping behind the soloist. Standards were minimized, and the session leaders both composed and arranged their own material. At that time, Harold was primarily known as a tenor saxophonist. He later expanded to flutes and clarinets. Vick had a full bodied tone on tenor associated with Texas tenors, but with an affinity for blues. He appeared in the films Stardust Memories and The Cotton Johnny Pate Shaft In Africain which he played a musician. He was also Harold Vick Dont Look Back for the Spike Lee film School Dazeand undertook work for the soundtracks Harold Vick Dont Look Back a number of other films. Vick died at his Manhattan home of a heart attack [4] on November 13, With Richard "Groove" Holmes. With Everton Chambers What A Lick Owens. With John Patton. With Bu Pleasant. With Johnny Hammond. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. London: Macmillan Publishers Limited. A3 - Senor Zamora B1 - Stop and Cop B2 - Lucille B3 - Prayer All compositions by Harold Vick. Harold Vick Dont Look Back Vick — tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, Derrick Pitter Play Mr Music Play, bass clarinet. Virgil Jones — trumpet, flugelhorn tracks A1-A3. Kiane Zawadi — euphonium tracks A1-A3. Joe Bonner — electric piano, piano, percussion, tuba. George Davis — guitar, flute tracks A1-B1. Sam Jones — bass tracks A1-B2. Billy Hart — drums, percussion tracks A1-B2. Jimmy Hopps — percussion track B1. This is one of my favourite Strata-East albums and a complete joy to listen to. There's something unique about Harold Vick's saxaphone sound that made me want Harold Vick Dont Look Back look deeper into his career. One of the best-ever Strata East sessions! The album's a masterfully conceived session by reed player Harold Vick Birds No Good Without You Baby best known to the world as the funky tenorist from albums by John Patton and Jack McDuff in the 60s, Harold Vick Dont Look Back emerging here as an incredibly sensitive soul jazz player, capable of turning out some incredibly sophisticated and emotional compositions. Vick produced and wrote all the material on the album, and other players include Joe Bonner, Virgil Jones, and Sam Jones. The record's darn tough to find, and is a treasure all the way through. Dusty Groove, Harold Vick Dont Look Back


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9 thoughts on “ Harold Vick Dont Look Back

  1. Moogutilar
    "Don't Look Back" is an album led by American saxophonist Harold Vick recorded in and released on the Strata-East label. This is one of my favourite Strata-East albums and a complete joy to listen ghs-aichstetten.deinfo: Vitko.
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  2. Nagul
    Oct 12,  · The title track "Don't Look Back" is a joyous melodic number that Vick himself attributes to new love experienced in his time of crisis. It was later covered on the Shirley Scott "One For Me" album (with Vick on sax), and also on Nat Adderley's same-titled album "Don't Look Back" in
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  3. Douramar
    Feb 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Don't Look Back on Discogs/5(46).
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  4. Mimuro
    Feb 06,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Harold Vick - Don't Look Back at Discogs. Complete your Harold Vick collection/5(64).
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  5. Moogulkis
    Jun 19,  · A Vinyl version of Harold Vick and his "Don't Look Back" album from , re-released by Pure Pleasure. Jeff Krow, Audiophile Audition. Continuing the Strata East tradition.
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  6. Gardarn
    “Don’t Look Back” is an album led by American saxophonist Harold Vick recorded in and released in the wake of Harold Vick’s recovery from a heart attack, which may partially explain the passion with which he approaches his playing throughout.
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  7. Doum
    'Don't Look Back' was originally released in on the Strata-East label. Arranged, composed and produced by saxophonist Harold Vick with bassist Sam Jones, drummer Billy Hart, pianist Joe Bonner plus guitarist George Davis, trumpeter Virgil Jones and Kiana Zawadi on ghs-aichstetten.deinfo: HAROLD VICK.
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  8. Kiktilar
    Biography. Harold Vick was born on April 3, in Rocky Mount, North ghs-aichstetten.deinfo the age of 13 he was given a clarinet by his uncle, Prince Robinson, a clarinet and tenor saxophone player who had been a member of McKinney's Cotton Pickers. Three years later he took up the tenor saxophone, and soon began playing in R&B bands. He continued to perform, still largely with R&B bands, while.
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  9. JoJozil
    Nov 01,  · from the album Don't Look Back. Skip navigation (w Harold Vick on tenor) - Don't Look Back - (Live video 50+ videos Play all Mix - Harold Vick - Lucille YouTube;.
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