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9 thoughts on “ Roccus - Lee Morgan - 17 Greatest Jazz Hits (File, MP3)

  1. Lee Morgan, Breathless. Highs (his recordings) and lows (in his personal life). Lee Morgan was THE greatest trumpeter on the Blue Note label. A career that was brought to a shuddering halt by his ex-wife's gun.
  2. Oct 01,  · A Documentary About the Life and Tragic Death of the Great Jazz Trumpeter Lee Morgan. By Richard Brod y. October 1, Save this story for later. Lee and Helen Morgan in .
  3. As a leader, Morgan recorded a pair of albums for Vee Jay in , Here’s Lee Morgan and Expoobident, and cut another for Blue Note that year, Leeway, with backing by many of the Jazz Messengers. None managed to measure up to Candy, and Morgan, grappling with heroin addiction, wound up leaving the Jazz Messengers in
  4. Here's a perfect example of a recording that holds great merit for the most part, but is flawed. A CD of Lee Morgan's work from the Blue Note label in the '60s should last longer than a mere 42 minutes on CD, and should definitely be packed to the brim with his very finest music. Half of the six tracks are among his best: "The Sidewinder," "Ceora," and "Speedball.".
  5. Nevertheless, Blue Note has skimmed most of the funky boogaloo creme of the Lee Morgan albums and put them all on one CD. Also, the cha-cha "Ceora" and some ballads, too. Good mix. A great intro to Lee Morgan. This is a great music for Rockers who think they don't like Jazz or Rockers who want to hear more Jazz/5(16).
  6. Apr 10,  · The documentary ‘I Called Him Morgan’ tells the story of Lee Morgan, an ace trumpeter and Dizzy Gillespie protégé who was gunned down by his girlfriend at a Manhattan jazz .
  7. Jan 22,  · For Morgan’s most sought after titles, those in the Blue Note series, the Top 25 auctions span from an eye-watering $7, (for a copy of BN Lee Morgan Indeed!) to $2, The Top 25 auctions for Cornbread range between $ to $, which I calculate to be around one twentieth.
  8. Oct 18,  · The first Lee Morgan set on Avid was a mixture, with material from VeeJay, Blue Note and Speciality. This second collection is all Blue Note from the very start of Morgan’s productive recording career. He is joined by other young players of the time who had a wealth of experience that no doubt rubbed off on the young trumpeter.

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