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Blood - Paul Bley - Mr. Joy (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blood - Paul Bley on AllMusic -
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mr. Joy on Discogs. Label: Limelight - LS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: /5(15).
  3. PAUL BLEY Mr. Joy Gary Peacock Limelight stereo LP Various Artists - Hits: Best Soft Rock Album / Various [New CD] Bo. $ $ Free shipping. Popular. Michael Jackson - Thriller [New Vinyl LP] Gatefold LP Jacket. $ Free shipping. Popular. Carla Bley - Very Big Carla Bley Band [New Vinyl LP] $ $ Free Seller Rating: % positive.
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  5. In , Kent Carter made his vinyl debut on Paul Bley’s Touching album–Bill Elgart also made his first album with Bley, on the album Mr. Joy. In March of the same year, bassist Kent Carter and drummer Dannee Fullerton joined pianist Keith Jarrett on a home recording of “Tangerine” made at the private residence in Winchester.
  6. Annette Peacock (Born ) is an American composer, singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, and musician. She is a pioneer in electronic music who combined her voice with one of the first Moog synthesizers in the late s.
  7. LP version. Bamboo present the first ever reissue of Paul Bley's The Paul Bley Synthesizer Show, originally released in This stunning album was recorded over three sessions in New York City on December 9th, , January 21st, , and March 9th,
  8. A great record by Paul Bley – one of his few forays into electronic music, and a set that's got a really striking feel right from the start! Unlike some of the gimmicky moog records of the time – or some of the noisier avant electronic sets – Bley finds a way to use the instrument to open up new perspectives in jazz, often with a style that's tuneful and filled with sentiment.

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