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Judies Theme - Eddie Harris - The Electrifying Eddie Harris (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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9 Comments to Judies Theme - Eddie Harris - The Electrifying Eddie Harris (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Duran says:
    Nevertheless, as previously indicated, "Theme In Search Of A Movie" will successfully work in tandem with any of the "scenes" mentioned and/or any other venue that calls for a "grand entrance." Despite numerous hits, this is my favorite song by Eddie Harris. "Theme In Search Of A Movie" is subtle, graceful, and worthy on so many levels/5(17).
  2. Tojasar says:
    Eddie Harris (October 20, - November 5, ), was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Although he was one of the most popular jazz musicians of his day (and the first to receive a gold record), his inclusion in his repertoire of types of music other than jazz and his incorporation of comedy into his act led many jazz critics to consider him insufficiently committed to jazz.
  3. Taumi says:
    Eddie Harris: Electrifying Eddie Harris (LP, Vinyl record album) - Great stuff from one of Eddie Harris' greatest periods! This one was cut in the late 60s – wh -- .
  4. Dihn says:
    Editors’ Notes In the transformative year of , when both jazz and rock were the midst of massive mutation, Eddie Harris undertook his own personal revolution as one of the only musicians to adopt the electric saxophone. Developed in by H & A Selmer Inc., the “Varitone” featured an electronic pickup system that applied a number of different effects to the sound of the standard sax.
  5. Dairr says:
    Harris' accomplishments are many: he was the first jazz artist to release a gold-selling record, thanks to 's hit adaptation of the "Exodus" movie theme; he was universally acknowledged as the best player of the electric Varitone sax, as heard on his hit album The Electrifying Eddie Harris; he was an underrated composer whose "Freedom.
  6. Ketilar says:
    Eddie Harris, für alle die Jazz lieben und nicht glauben wie modern Musik aus den zigern sein kann. Übrigens, alles von ihm meiner Meinung nach genial. Kann man nicht erklären, muss man selber hören/5(16).
  7. Zolonos says:
    The Real Electrifying Eddie Harris is an album by saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in and originally released on the Mutt & Jeff label before being reissued on .
  8. Kagaktilar says:
    This is one of tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris ' most famous and significant LPs. He displays his mastery of the electronic varitone saxophone (virtually the only player before John Klemmer to get his own sound on the electric sax) during the memorable "Theme in Search of a Movie" and particularly on his hit version of "Listen Here."10/
  9. Mejas says:
    Mar 16,  · I had the Electrifying Eddie Harris on an album " back in the day", but gave it up when CD's entered our world of progressive sounds. This CD is indeed electrifying if you're a jazz fan like me. The first number paves the way for the entire tape.4/5(21).

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