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Stardust - Lou Donaldson - Lush Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Relaxing album of all slow hugipuresmithlainaya.xyzinfo Shorter is on tenor sax,Jerry Dodgion on alto sax and flute,Pepper Adams on baritone sax,Freddie Hubbard on trumpet,Garnett Brown on trombone,McCoy Tyner on piano,Ron Carter on bass,and Al Harewood on drums;Duke Pearson did the arrangements with Donaldson himself on alto sax."Sweet Slumber","The Good Life",and the often played "Stardust" are .
  2. On this gorgeous album, one of Donaldson's favorites, his alto soars over an all-star octet by Duke Pearson on seven standards. Wayne Shorter, Freddie Hubbard and McCoy Tyner also contribute solos. This album was readied for release in when it was recorded, but subsequently shelved when Donaldson's ALLIGATOR BOGALOO album became a big hit/5(18).
  3. Buy Lou Donaldson's album titled Lush Life to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Vinyl LP (Long Playing Record) $ $ Save 3% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 3%.Price: $
  4. Lou Donaldson: Lush Life (Applause version) (LP, Vinyl record album) - An unusual session from the heart of Lou Donaldson's return to Blue Note in the late 60s – a m -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  5. Description Lou Donaldson Lush Life on LP Remastered & Reissued as Part of the Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Campaign When Lou Donaldson emerged in the early s, virtually every young alto-saxophonist sounded like a close relative of Charlie Parker.
  6. Release Date/25/;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. On this gorgeous album, one of Donaldson's favorites, his alto soars over an all-star octet by Duke Pearson on seven standards.
  7. Released in , Lush Life by jazz saxophonist, Lou Donaldson, features a truly superstar jazz band/5(18).
  8. Lush Life (also released as Sweet Slumber) is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label in and featuring Donaldson with Freddie Hubbard, Garnett Brown, Jerry Dodgion, Wayne Shorter, Pepper Adams, McCoy Tyner, Ron Carter, and Al Harewood performing arrangements by Duke Pearson.

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