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8 thoughts on “ Recorda Me - Joe Henderson - Page One (CD, Album) ”

  1. Joe Henderson [US1] originally released Recorda-Me written by Joe Henderson [US1] and Joe Henderson [US1] released it on the album Page One in It was also covered by Jeff Benedict, Avi Rothbard, Quinteto Onze e Meia, Cologne Saxophone Quintet featuring Bob Mintzer and other artists.
  2. Page One is the debut release by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson. It features some of Henderson's best known pieces such as "Recorda Me," later became a jazz standard, while "Out of the Night" was originally written in The front cover lists "Joe Henderson/Kenny Dorham/Butch Warren/Pete La Roca, etc."/5(8).
  3. Jul 09,  · Recorda Me is a jazz standard written by the incredible saxophone player Joe Henderson, and was released on his album Page One in For your convenience, we’ve shared a link to the song, here. Henderson wrote the Recorda Me Lead Sheet when he was 15 years old.
  4. Joe Henderson (Lima, Ohio, April 24, - San Francisco, California, June 30, ) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. In a career spanning more than forty years Henderson played with many of the leading American players of his day and recorded for several prominent labels, including Blue Note.
  5. There is a Latinesque feel throughout the album but obviously on Kenny Dorham's "Blue Bossa" and Joe's "Recorda Me". The playing by the two front line musicians (Dorham and Henderson) is very good, skilful and inventive even if Kenny Dorham's rasping vibrato at the start of his playing on "Blue Bossa" makes one worry that the music equipment /5(78).
  6. Joe Henderson &#; Page One (Full Album) Page One is the debut release by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe sparovcenenkatagbertnewsnemotonco.xyzinfo features some of Henderson's most well-known pieces such as "Recorda Me," later to become a jazz standard, and "Out of the Night", originally written in
  7. Newly Remastered for Blue Note 75th Anniversary Vinyl! Page One is the debut release by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson. It features some of Henderson's most appreciated pieces such as "Recorda Me," later to become a jazz standard, and "Out of the Night," originally written in
  8. Joe Henderson. Joe Henderson may have been the most significant tenor saxophonist to emerge in the s. Gary Giddins wrote that he is “ an irresistibly lucid player, whose adroitness in conjuring stark and swirling riffs contributed immeasurably to two of the most durable jazz hits of the ’60s, Horace Silver’s ‘Song for My Father’ and Lee Morgan’s ‘The Sidewinder.’”.

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