Goes To The Movies / Mighty Like A Rose by Eddie Harris - CD () for $ from kataxevolkreenuamand.xyzinfo Jazz Rare & Hard-To-Find Audio CDs Series - Order by Phone Price: $ 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. Nevertheless, his album, "Exodus To Jazz", and his sophomore album, "Mighty Like A Rose", remain exemplary and stellar acoustic albums showcasing his talent as a jazz tenor saxophonist, and his s penchant for original interpretations and arrangements, e.g. his adaptations of the Exodus /5(4).
LP/SR - Mighty Like a Rose - Eddie Harris  My Buddy (S)/Willow Weep For Me (S)/Spartacus Love Theme (S)/Mighty Lak' A Rose (S)//God Bless The Child (S)/Sally T (S)/Fontessa (S)/There Is No Time (S) LP/SR - Summit Meeting - Various Artists  Stereo information not available. Exodus - Eddie Harris/Bye Bye Blackbird - Bill. One of the biggest hit jazz LPs of the post-rock & roll era, Eddie Harris' Exodus to Jazz seemed to come completely out of left field. It was the debut album by a previously unknown artist from an under-publicized scene in Chicago, and it was released on the primarily R&B-oriented Vee Jay label, which had originally signed Harris as a pianist, not a tenor saxophonist. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Exodus To Jazz + Mighty Like A Rose on Discogs. Label: Blue Moon (4) - VJ,Vee Jay Records - VJ • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz •5/5(1). 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. “Mighty Like A Rose Was Eddie Harris' Follow-Up To The Smash Exodus To Jazz, And It Probably Comes As No Surprise That It's Mightily Similar In Sound And Style. One Can Hardly Blame Harris For Taking Essentially The Same Approach; It's Not Every Day That A Jazz Artist's Debut LP Makes Him A Million-Selling Star Overnight. Eddie Harris (October 20, – November 5, ) was an American jazz musician, best known for playing tenor saxophone and for introducing the electrically amplified saxophone. He was also fluent on the electric piano and organ. His best-known compositions are "Freedom Jazz Dance", recorded and popularized by Miles Davis in the s, and "Listen Here." Harris was born and grew up in.
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