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Magical Lady - Cedar Walton, David Williams (2), Billy Higgins - Cedar (CD)

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  1. A wonderful trio set from pianist Cedar Walton – recorded around the same time as his excellent sessions for the Red label in Italy, and with a similar mix of groove and lyricism! The trio here features Walton 's frequent and well-matched partners – the mighty Billy Higgins on drums and David Williams on bass – both players whose sense of melodic swing works perfectly with Cedar 's piano.
  2. Magical Lady - Short Comings - Voices Deep Within - I'll Let You Know - Bleeker Street Team - * Timeless (Du) SJP Cedar Walton, David Williams, Billy Higgins - Cedar Walton. Cedar Walton Quartet With Dale Barlow, David Williams And Billy Higgins. (Du) Criss CD Cedar Walton Trio - Manhattan Afternoon. (age 62).
  3. The Trio 3 () Cedar Walton () Bluesville Time () Cedar Walton is an eponymous album by pianist Cedar Walton which was recorded in and released on the Dutch Timeless label.
  4. Aug 30,  · David"Happy"Williams. Magical Lady From the Album "Feel the Passion" Cedar Walton Trio with Billy Higgins & David Williams - Duration: Red Records 75, views.
  5. Bobby Watson is a jazz saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator. For more than 3 decades now Watson has contributed music to the modern-day jazz world. All told, Watson has issued some 30 recordings as a leader and appeared on + other recordings.
  6. Beyond Mobius () Eastern Rebellion 2 () First Set () Eastern Rebellion 2 is an album by Eastern Rebellion led pianist Cedar Walton which was recorded in late and early and released on the Dutch Timeless label.
  7. Oct 10,  · Members: Curtis Fuller (RIP: Cedar Walton + Bob Berg, Billy Higgins) The Trio vol 2 - Cedar Walton () (LIVE) Members: (RIP: Cedar Walton + Billy Higgins) Comments: Recorded live in March Love is the thing - Steve Grossman - Cedar Walton - David Williams - Billy Higgins () Members: Steve Grossman (RIP: Billy Higgins, Cedar Walton).
  8. Like any ballad that Cedar, Billy and David Williams played together, this is fluid, tender and well-arranged. This track gets extra points for sentimental value, however, as it was the second to last session that Cedar and Billy did together, as well as the last studio recording by the great Jackie McLean.

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