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Jimmy Reed ranks as one of the most popular and significant bluesmen of the postwar era. No one, except maybe B.B. King, so effectively reached both black and white audiences in the 50s and 60s.The secret of Jimmy Reed’s music was that this simple, bare-bones, laid-back style of blues was just so ea..
$19.95
Defining Hardbop in the ‘60s.Saxophonist Wayne Shorter and trumpeter Lee Morgan practically defined the hard bop of the 1960s. Recorded in 1960 at the Bell Sound Studio in New York, “The Young Lions” is the first and last album by this great formation featuring Lee Morgan (trumpet), Wayne Short..
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