Bert Seager Jazz Quintet Featuring Jimmy Mosher & Tim Hagans - Time To Burn flac album
Title: Time To Burn
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Because They Can is a hard bop music album recording by BERT SEAGER released in 1988 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Time to Burn Polygram Records 1991. Lettuce Play by Bert Seager (2011-06-01) CD Baby. Kjb Near & Far by Bert Seager (2009-01-06) Import. The Bert Seager jazz Quintet, Because They Can, Antilles AN 7088, 1988, PROMO.
Live Yardbirds: Featuring Jimmy Page is a live album by English rock group the Yardbirds. It was recorded at the Anderson Theatre in New York City on 30 March 1968. At the time, the Yardbirds had been performing as a quartet with Jimmy Page on lead guitar since October 1966. The album includes several familiar Yardbird songs, but often extended with longer instrumental solos. I'm Confused," based on Jake Holmes' "Dazed and Confused", is a highlight of the album
Bert Seager Jazz Quartet. Bert Seager Jazz Quartet.
Tim Hagans (born August 19, 1954) is a jazz trumpeter, arranger, and composer. He has been nominated for three Grammy Awards: Best Instrumental Composition for "Box of Cannoli" on The Avatar Sessions (Fuzzy Music, 2010); Best Contemporary Jazz Album for Animation Imagination (Blue Note, 1999); and Best Contemporary Jazz Album for Re-Animation (Blue Note, 2000).
10. SCREAMIN' LORD SUCH & HEAVY FRIENDS - Flashing Lights. 11. ALBERT LEE - Down the Line. 12. JIMMY PAGE & JOHN PAUL JONES - Burn up. 13. SCREAMIN' LORD SUCH & HEAVY FRIENDS - Union Jack Car. 14. ROBERT JOHNSON - Traveling Riverside Blues.
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A highly inventive and individualistic trumpeter, Tim Hagans emerged from the Stan Kenton band of the 1970s as one of the foremost progenitors of adventurous post-bop jazz. With his robust tone and dynamic improvisational style, Hagans draws upon the influence of players like Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw. He quickly embedded himself in the local jazz scene, performing weekly with the Blue Wisp Big Band, and in a trio with Wisp members pianist Steve Schmidt, bassist Lynn Seaton, and drummer John Von Ohlen. He also started teaching, spending a year on staff at the University of Cincinnati. Also in the early '80s, Hagans moved to Boston, where he taught at Berklee College of Music and recorded with Bert Seager and the 12-member Orange Then Blue ensemble. In 1994, Hagans released his sophomore album for Blue Note, the highly regarded Audible Architechture.
The Tim Hagans Quintet. Grammy-nominated Composer and Trumpeter Tim Hagans is one of the most unique and influential modern voices in jazz. Mr. Hagans performs and records with the Tim Hagans Quartet.