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Thanks Randy for picking up where your bro left off! His loss makes us all wonder where jazz or music for that matter would have gone. You have the same brains... take us where mikey wanted us to go!
Other than that.. great album... jazz musicians doing what they're supposed to do!!!

Beautiful tone from randy.. i've never heard him show off before... at least on record.. good recording... worth every penny.. and some.. hope they will tour thru chicago

Actually one of the best written arrangment + improv albums i've heard.... seamless

Biography

Born: November 29, 1945 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Randy Brecker is essentially a fine hard bop trumpet soloist, but one versatile enough to fit into nearly any setting, including pop and funk bands, and jazz fusion. He studied classical trumpet and attended Indiana University. Brecker was with Blood, Sweat & Tears in 1967, and spent 1968-1969 playing with Horace Silver's quintet. He also appeared with the big bands of Clark Terry, Duke Pearson, Frank Foster, and the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra. After playing with the early fusion group Dreams...
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The Jazz Ballad Song Book, Randy Brecker
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Jul 19, 2011

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