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What Do You Do - James Moody - Moving Forward (CD, Album)


  1. James Moody was an American jazz saxophone and flute player and very occasional vocalist, playing predominantly in the bebop and hard bop styles. Moody had a.
  2. I'll confess to not having many of Moody's albums, but this one inspired me to change that. A quick run through the sound samples on this page should reveal why. While the sound samples will give a hint about the music, it's only after you listen to the entire album that you realize this is like two mini albums because the ensembles that each /5(16).
  3. However, this August session is rather enjoyable. The CD features a septet of unheralded players, only one of which I've ever heard of before aside from Moody, and that is the brilliant trumpeter Johnny Coles (see my reviews of his Blue Note album "Little Johnny C" and Epic session "The Warm Sound")/5(3).
  4. Check out James Moody on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  5. Find James Moody discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find James Moody discography, albums and singles on AllMusic James Moody Biography by Scott Yanow + Follow Artist. An able and melodic saxophonist and flautist for decades since the s, especially effective on ballads. Moving Forward: Novus Sweet and Lovely: Novus.
  6. For over six decades, saxophone master James Moody has serenaded lovers with his signature song Moody's Mood for Love an improvisation on the chord progressions of I'm in the Mood for Love. Born in Savannah, Georgia on March 26, , and raised in Newark, New Jersey, James Moody took up the alto sax, a gift from his uncle, at the age of
  7. Moving Forward LP (Item ) Novus, Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new.
  8. James Moody, Soundtrack: Jersey Boys. A graduate of East Side High School in Newark, New Jersey, James Moody took up the alto saxophone at the age of sixteen, and after serving in the U.S. Air Force Band, he joined Dizzy Gillespie and was associated with him and with Milt Jackson throughout the '40's; at the end of the decade he moved to Sweden where he became known for his "Moody's.

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