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The Way You Look Tonight - Johnny Griffin - A Blowing Session (CD, Album)

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  1. Recorded on April 8, at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Tracks 1 to 4 originally issued as Blue Note BLP Track 5 previously unissued, not part of the original album Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(13).

  2. While listening to A Blowin' Session -- so named because of the four horn players featured on the album -- one wonders why Johnny Griffin didn't become a "saxophone colossus" like contemporaries Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter, or John Coltrane (who plays on this album).

  3. Watch the video for The Way You Look Tonight from Johnny Griffin's A Blowin' Session for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  4. May 26,  · Personnel Lee Morgan, Trumpet Johnny Griffin, Hank Mobley, John Coltrane, Tenor Saxophones Wynton Kelly, Piano Paul Chambers, Bass Art Blakey, Drums Composers 1 The Way You Look Tonight (J.

  5. Johnny Griffin, the young, new, super-fast saxman, was on his way to record at Rudy Van Gelder 's studio in New Jersey one day in when he ran into John Coltrane. Come along, Griffin suggested. Sure, Coltrane replied. Dumb luck. The result is the aptly titled A Blowin' Session. No false advertising there. Coltrane and Griffin are the stars.

  6. Nov 14,  · The Way You Look Tonight Written-By – Fields*, Kern* A2: Ball Bearing Written-By – Johnny Griffin: B1: All The Things You Are Written-By – Kern-Hammerstein 2nd* B2: Smoke Stack Written-By – Johnny Griffin/5(14).

  7. Recorded on April 8, at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Tracks 1 to 4 originally issued as Blue Note BLP Track 5 previously unissued, not part of the original album Printed in USA (tray insert)4/5(10).

  8. Johnny Griffin, the least known of the saxophonists, is unbelievable -- you won't believe your ears as he rockets through several choruses of the warp-speed "The Way You Look Tonight" but nevers loses sight of the blues. Hank Mobley's mellow, lyrical playing .

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