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8 thoughts on “ Psychedelic Sally - Eddie Jefferson - Body And Soul (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. LP is near mint, with a few superficial sleeves marks, and clean labels on both sides. LABEL: Prestige-PRT FORMAT: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue COUNTRY: US YEAR: TRACK LISTING: A1 See If You Can Git To That A2 Body And Soul A3 Mercy,Mercy,Mercy A4 So What A5 There I Go,There I Go Again B1 Psychedelic Sally Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Jan 30,  · Eddie Jefferson was from Pittsbugh, Pennsylvania. This vocalese recording is from Eddie Jefferson's CD "Body & Soul". Here's a comment from that YouTube sound file's viewer comment thread that identifies the musicians on this recording: stillphil, "James Moody - .
  3. Eddie Jefferson's album BODY AND SOUL reflects the year it was recorded. In contrast to Jefferson's early recordings, which focused primarily on swing, bop, and cool jazz material, BODY AND SOUL features vocalese interpretations of the post-bop and soul-jazz that were popular at the tingmandtocandnocugardcodacwindbarre.coinfo: $
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  5. EDDIE JEFFERSON Vinyl Records and CDs: Eddie Jefferson was the founder of the rather odd genre of jazz singing known as Vocalese. Jefferson wrote and sang lyrics to famous instrumental solos by such masters as Charlie Parker and James Moody, but he also sang standards following his own muse. His most famous composition is "Moody's Mood for.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Body And Soul on Discogs. Label: Prestige - PR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul /5(2).
  7. out of 5 stars Eddie Jefferson sing-talks Soul into my Body! Reviewed in the United States on September 3, As a die hard King Pleasure fan I'm always looking for the same style of fine music/5(9).
  8. Body and soul is one of Jefferson's later albums but he comes up trumps with an excellent choice of material and a hot backing band including James Moody on Tenor sax. Standouts are Bird's "Now's the Time" and "There I go again" which is a vocal version of "Moody's Mood for Love" on both of which Jefferson contributed lyrics.

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