- Performer:Horace Silver
- Title:All (Phase III)
- Style:Hard Bop,Soul Jazz
- Date of release:1973
- Recording date:January 17, 1972 & February 14, 1972
- Size FLAC version1144 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1936 megabytes
- Size WMA version1339 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 VOX DMF MP4 MMF AHX
Also reissued as part of Horace Silver - The United States Of Mind. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.This album, all by itself, can awaken you to TRUTH, bring positive change in your life, and can heal Planet Earth. Many criticized Horace for making such an overtly spiritual LP. Others, like me, just wish it would go on forever. All Time Is Now All Space Is Here All Life Is Endless All Love Is Near. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 3 Helpful.
3. Forever Is a Long Long Time. 4. My Soul Is My Computer. 5. How Much Does Matter Really Matter. 7. Who Has the Answer.
THE HORACE SILVER QUARTET SEXTET ALL UNITED STATES OF MIND PHASE 3 LP Blue Note.
Song for My Father is a 1965 album by the Horace Silver Quintet, released on the Blue Note label in 1965. The album was inspired by a trip that Silver had made to Brazil. The cover artwork features a photograph of Silver's father, John Tavares Silver, to whom the title song was dedicated. My mother was of Irish and Negro descent, my father of Portuguese origin," Silver recalls in the liner notes: "He was born on the island of Maio, one of the Cape Verde Islands.
Phase III is the eighth studio album by the American singing group The Osmonds, released in 1972. The album reached number ten on the Billboard Top LPs chart on March 11, 1972. Two singles released from the album, "Yo-Yo" and "Down by the Lazy River", reached No. 3 and No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, respectively. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on May 29, 1972.
Home Horace Silver Catalog - album index, Discography - session index. Horace Silver Catalog. 1950 (age 22). Stan Getz - The Sound (Roost RLP 2207). Horace Silver Quintet - Further Explorations (Blue Note BLP 1589). Art Farmer, trumpet Clifford Jordan, tenor sax Horace Silver, piano; Teddy Kotick, bass; Louis Hayes, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 13, 1958.
View and download Horace Silver music notes. 51 music sheets for any instrument in our online catalog for free. All Horace Silver sheet music. Blowin' The Blues Away. Trumpet, Trombone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bass.
Miles Davis’s celebrated Prestige Records album ‘Bags' Groove’, which featured drummer Kenny Clarke and pianist Horace Silver, was completed on 1954 and remained unreleased for almost three years. The title track was written by Milt Jackson ( Bags is his nickname) and the three compositions written by the young Sonny Rollins. Bags' Groove (Take 1) - RVG Remaster. Miles Davis · Bags' Groove (RVG Remaster). Plays from this site.
CreditsCecil Bridgewater - Trumpet
Dr. George Butler - Producer
Bob Cranshaw - Bass (Electric)
Richie Resnicoff - Guitar
Mickey Roker - Drums
Horace Silver - Composer, Piano (Electric), Primary Artist
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer
Harold Vick - Sax (Tenor)
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|4||My Soul Is My Computer Horace Silver||Horace Silver|
|5||How Much Does Matter Really Matter Horace Silver||Horace Silver|
|6||Horn of Life Horace Silver||Horace Silver|
|7||Who Has the Answer Horace Silver||Horace Silver|
|8||From the Heart Through the Mind Horace Silver||Horace Silver|
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|10||Summary Horace Silver||Horace Silver|