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Ted Curson - The New Thing & The Blue Thing (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Branos says:
    The New Thing & The Blue Thing: Artist: Ted Curson Label: Atlantic Orig. Released: Catalog No.: LPATLA Condition: Sealed-Reissue Format: LP. Retail Price: $ (0 available) Quantity: add to cart Description. Read more at.
  2. Mudal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The New Thing & The Blue Thing on Discogs.
  3. Malarisar says:
    Tears for Dolphy is a album by jazz trumpeter Ted Curson. The album's title track, an elegy for Eric Dolphy (who died at the end of June that year), has been used in many films. [1] [2] [3].
  4. Mugrel says:
    View all records by Ted Curson for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  5. Ner says:
    Find Ted Curson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating The New Thing and the Blue Thing.
  6. Kejora says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The New Thing and the Blue Thing - Ted Curson on AllMusic -
  7. Mikanris says:
    The New Thing and the Blue Thing, an Album by Ted Curson. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Ted Curson (trumpet), Bill Barron (tenor saxophone), Georges Arvanitas (piano), Herb Bushler (bass), Dick Berk (drums).
  8. Bak says:
    The album features Shepp leading a crack "new thing" line up that includes Ted Curson on trumpet, Marion Brown on alto, Joe Chambers on drums, Reggie Johnson on bass, and the lesser-known Joseph Orange on trombone – all playing in a beautifully poised manner, never too far out and free, but with all the dynamic energy of the best jazz changes.
  9. Kagajar says:
    A great set – cut when Curson was at the height of his youthful powers, and inspired by modernist ideas he'd picked up from Mingus and other contemporary jazz outsiders – including tenorist Bill Barron, who also plays on the LP! The recording is a perfect document of a time when the hard bop was folding into the new thing – in modes that were experimentally, yet never too far.

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