I Was Doing All Right - Dexter Gordon - Doin Allright

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  1. Nizil
    Feb 12,  · Tingling all through, I feel somehow I was doing all right But I`m doing better than ever now But now whenever you`re away Can`t sleep nights and suffer all the day I just sit and wonder.
  2. Vocage
    Jun 29,  · bluesrock.muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfo After spending most of the '50s away from the scene, saxophonist Dexter Gordon entered the recording studio in to create what became the first in a series of seven incredible albums for Blue Note. On Doin' Allright he proved why the world needed him back. Gordon assuredly embraced the inventive melodicism /5(25).
  3. Dozahn
    Sep 18,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dexter Gordon - Doin' Allright at Discogs. Complete your Dexter Gordon collection/5().
  4. Maugami
    Sep 18,  · This is a spectacularly good product. The all analog mastering quality is first rate (equal to the Music Matters Blue Notes and Analogue Productions Prestige reissues). Really detailed immersive sound. The jacket is a little flimsy and the record is wrapped in a cheap paper inner sleeve/5(62).
  5. Shacage
    Apr 29,  · Listen to Doin' Allright by Dexter Gordon and 50 million songs with Amazon Music Unlimited. $/month after. Limited time offer. I Was Doing All Right (Rudy Van Gelder/Bit Mastering/Digital Remaster/) I Was Doing All Right (Rudy Van Gelder/Bit Mastering/Digital Remaster/) Album Only 2. /5(25).
  6. Samur
    The title of this Blue Note set, Doin' Allright, fit perfectly at the time, for tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon was making the first of three successful comebacks. Largely neglected during the s, Gordon's Blue Note recordings (of which this was the first) led to his rediscovery.8/
  7. Gazil
    Oct 08,  · Updating the ever-popular Blue Note labels page recently, I had cause to revisit one of my very few early Blue Note stereo records, Dexter Gordon’s Doin’ Allright from At the time I had reservations about “Stereo” as something “second best”, not to be spoken about openly among collectors who prize mono as the definitive.
  8. Magor
    I Was Doing All Right is an all time favorite of mine a very slick stroll tune with one of my favorite saxophone Players Dexter Gordon(ts) Dexter is the most romantic horn player I have ever heard. Every time I hear him play I fall in love all over again.
  9. Shakat
    Dexter Gordon always played with a melancholy smile in his sound. The joy he felt in playing his tenor saxophone was apparent, as was his huge tone and playful conception. At the time that he recorded Doin' All Right, his very first Blue Note album, Dex had a reason to be smiling.

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