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8 thoughts on “ Easy Like - The Billy Taylor Trio* - Warming Up! (Vinyl, LP)

  1. While Quincy Jones wrote the arrangements and conducted the large ensemble on this album the core is Billy Taylor's trio. In fact as you listen to the sound samples you will hear Taylor's piano driving the ensemble, with Earl May on bass and Ed Thigpen completing one of 5/5(4).
  2. Easy Like, an Album by The Billy Taylor Trio. Released in on Surrey (catalog no. SS; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: George Whiteman (cover design, photography).
  3. Some of the best work ever from pianist Billy Taylor – and some of the earliest too! Taylor's 50s trio with Earl May and Percy Brice is augmented here by conga work by the great Candido – and this addition brings a lot of fire to the group, giving Taylor's normally safe style a harder percussive edge – one that really makes the whole set groove nicely!
  4. Oct 03,  · Smooth Vinyl JAZZ - Relaxing Instrumental Bossa Nova JAZZ Music for Calm Lounge Music watching Live now Billy Taylor at the London House - Duration:
  5. Find Billy Taylor discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Easy Like: Sesac Warming Up! [Riverside] Interlude: Moodsville Billy Taylor Trio with Earl May & Ed Thigpen: Lone Hill Jazz Live at MCG: Telarc.
  6. Collect from YouTube Sign Up. Share. Midnight Piano. Album by Billy Taylor. , 3 tracks, 14 mins 44 sec. Video; Tracklist; Play All Shuffle. 1. Midnight Piano. Collect from YouTube. 2. You Came a Long Way from St. Louis. Collect from YouTube. 3. Just the Thought of You. Collect from YouTube. 4.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Warming Up! on Discogs. Label: Riverside Records - WWLJ • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • The Billy Taylor Trio* Easy Like ‎ (LP) Rhapsody (2) RHAS UK: /5(1).
  8. A pretty great trio date from Billy Taylor – and somewhat overlooked, too! The group features Henry Grimes on bass and Ray Mosca on drums – and the set captures Billy in a perfect spot between his early work for Prestige, and some of his 60s mainstream material – heard here in a LP, Vinyl record album.

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