Night In Tunisia

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  1. Art Blakey and the jazz messengers-A Night In Tunisia-Le morceau éponyme de l’album est absolument stupéfiant. Une vraie tornade qui débute par une intro phénoménale d’Art à la batterie puis vous entraîne dans une course poursuite effrénée de 10 minutes.5/5(7).
  2. A Night In Tunisia, also Dizzy Gillespie’s signature song, happen to be a highly versatile album (and remastered CD edition) showcasing a stark, thoroughly vibrant combination of high-pitched solos and audio attack heralded by Blakey’s drum solos, screaming trumpet attack by Lee Morgan, high eclectic/5(23).
  3. A Night in Tunisia is a jazz album by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, released by the RCA Victor subsidiary label Vik. It features the only recorded instances of saxophonists Jackie McLean and Johnny Griffin playing together. The album's original five tracks were augmented by Genre: Hard bop.
  4. Watch the video for A Night in Tunisia from Charlie Parker's Bird of Paradise for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Jul 04,  · While "Moanin'" was an excursion in groove, swing, and in-the-pocket hard bop, "A Night In Tunisia" is a forward-looking powerhouse that isn't as accessible but just as amazing. The reason for this change can be traced primarily to the passage of two years and the presence of Wayne Shorter who was, is, and always will be ahead of his time/5.
  6. That shining at night in Tunisia They guide you through the desert sand Words fail, to tell a tale Too exotic to be told Each night's a deeper night In a world, ages old The cares of the day seem to vanish The ending of day brings release Each wonderful night in Tunisia .
  7. Product Description Even in , when this album was recorded, Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night In Tunisia" was the subject of endless recorded versions, most of them dull. With one of the greatest editions of the Jazz Messengers, Blakey found new inspiration in the tune and recorded this /5(25).
  8. “A night in Tunisia” belongs to that movement: its rhythm is Afro-Cuban, its harmonies and its melody have something unsettling and exotic which can evoke Orient or Tunisia. The same Tunisia which represented, during the war, the arrival on the African ground, continent of origin of Black Americans.

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