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Medi I - Mary Lou Williams - Mary Lous Mass (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Stations With Mary Lou Williams. Mary Lou Williams Radio Plays Mary Lou Williams along with similar artists like: Anne Ducros, Joey Alexander, Alice Coltrane, Mose Allison, Horace Silver Bebop Plays a mix of the best high-tempo bebop/bop.
  2. Mary Lou Williams by Mary Lou Williams, released 01 January 1. Black Christ of the Andes (St. Martin de Porres) 2. It Ain't Necessarily So 3. The Devil 4. Miss D.D. 5. Anima Christi 6. A Grand Night for Swinging 7. My Blue Heaven 8. Dirge Blues 9. A Fungus Amungus Praise the Lord Composer, arranger, and pianist Mary Lou Williams’ musical career reflected the history of American jazz.
  3. This Smithsonian Folkways double set album brings together thirty-five sides recorded by Mary Lou Williams for Moses Asch between and Between and , Williams recorded eight complete albums, including Zoning, another masterpiece for Mary Records (reissued as Smithsonian Folkways ), and contributed to three others.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mary Lou Williams - Mary Lou's Mass at Discogs. Complete your Mary Lou Williams collection/5(26).
  5. [The material on the CD version of Mary Lou's Mass is not identical to the tracks that came out on the LP release of the same title. Mary Lou Williams' "mass" was an ambitious work upon which composition dated back to the mid-'60s, and this CD is the most complete version of it ever issued, though the page booklet somehow does not 7/
  6. Mary Lou Williams: Publisher: New York: Mary Records, ℗ Edition/Format: Music LP: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Sacred vocal music. Jazz. More like this: Similar Items.
  7. Mary Lou Williams is dipping far back into her roots here – working in a very bluesy batch of styles, with only accompaniment from Buster Williams on bass to back her up! The tracks are all relatively shortish, and done in styles that stretch back to older modes of 20s and 30s jazz piano – but as usual, Williams has a hip edge in her playing, and brings modernist undercurrents into play.

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