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Customer Reviews

The one single is exquisite

"Sweet love of mine" is one of the most perfect songs. Remarkably it is a live recording, no fixes or overdubs. The trumpet is strong and clear, the beat is fast, the minor chord melody is quite beautiful. The four solos are all excellent, and personally I appreciate not having the song spoiled by a shrieking honking sax solo. Well worth the buck even for one listen, but this may become a favorite.

One of the all time best….

Not only was Woody one of histories best and thoughtful jazz players, but his mastery of the blues is amongst the very best soul searching vibes ever heard!

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Born: December 24, 1944 in Laurinburg, NC

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

One of the most gifted and innovative jazz musicians of his generation, trumpeter Woody Shaw navigated the rapidly fluctuating jazz scene of the '70s and '80s to create a lasting body of work that extends his influence well beyond his tragic death at age 44. Born in Laurinburg, NC, on December 24, 1944, Shaw grew up in Newark, NJ. Interestingly, Shaw's father, Woody Shaw, Sr., sang in the gospel group the Diamond Jubilee Singers in the '30s and attended high school in Laurinburg with trumpeter Dizzy...
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