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  1. Freddie Roach CD discography two CD compilation series from the team that brought you the Blue Series, the biggest selling Jazz series ever. These compilations will all cover distinct historical and stylistic phases of the label's history, gathering together tracks that are rarely anthologized alongside some of the more well known temppostaiteenmillmehangmoperlinato.xyzinfog: Pastel.
  2. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Laid-back and loosely swinging, Good Move captures organist Freddie Roach near the peak of his form. Roach never leans too heavily on his instrument, preferring a calmer, tasteful attack, yet he is never boring because he has a 8/
  3. Laid-back and loosely swinging, Good Move captures organist Freddie Roach near the peak of his form. Roach never leans too heavily on his instrument, preferring a calmer, tasteful attack, yet he is never boring because he has a strong sense of groove/5(5).
  4. Good Move (Reissue) Freddy Roach. 8 songs (43 minutes) Released on 1 January My Songs; Unlimited; 1. It Ain't Necessarily So Freddie Roach: 2. When Malindy Sings Freddie Roach: 3. Pastel Freddie Roach: 4. Wine, Wine, Wine Freddie Roach: 5. On Our Way Up Freddie Roach: 6. T'Ain't What You Do (It's The Way You.
  5. out of 5 stars Good move, good record Reviewed in the United States on May 31, Freddie Roach is arguably the most interesting of the Blue Note organists, save for the great Larry Young, and a more 'pianistic' and subtle player than the venerable Jimmy Smith/5(5).
  6. Sep 27,  · Freddie Roach - Topic views Smooth Jazz Chillout Lounge • Smooth Jazz Saxophone Instrumental Music for Relaxing, Dinner, Study - Duration:
  7. Artist: Freddie Roach Title Of Album: Good Move! Year Of Release: Label: Blue Note Genre: Soul Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue) Bitrate: lossless Total Time: Total Size: M.
  8. One of the more underrated soul-jazz organists of the '60s, Freddie Roach recorded a series of seven albums for Blue Note and Prestige. Where his contemporaries played hard-driving, bluesy soul-jazz, Roach's approach was more textured and shaded. He was capable of blistering leads, but he was more interested in dynamics, harmonics and tonal color.

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