Isotope - Joe Henderson - Inner Urge (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Inner Urge is endlessly fascinating, one of the most important jazz recordings of the era and a highpoint in the career of Joe Henderson. This pressing is on SRX Vinyl. SRX stands for “Silent Running Xperience.” SRX is our own proprietary formula, conceived and developed by Rick Hashimoto of Record Technology and manufactured by TPC Plastics. Reply
  2. This album showcases both the solo work of Henderson and other luminaries, while still playing tight, sympathetic ensemble work. The CD is effective on both levels. The music can be intimate (Isotope, a beautifully realized tribute to Monk featuring Henderson and Corea) or big and brash ("Inner Urge") or, as in the majority of pieces here, lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.coinfos: Reply
  3. Joe Henderson - Inner Urge - 45 RPM Vinyl Record. Music; Vinyl Record; 45 RPM Vinyl Record; Joe Henderson - Inner Urge (Stereo Version) Label: Music Matters (Blue Note) Genre: Jazz: Product No.: AMMJ Availability: noshow. Inner Urge: 2. Isotope: 3. El Barrio: 4. You Know I . Reply
  4. Feb 15,  · Joe Henderson – Inner Urge Record Label: Blue Note Release Date: Style(s): Modal Joe Henderson - Tenor Sax McCoy Tyner - Piano Elvin Jones - Drums Bob Cranshaw - Bass. Reply
  5. Inner Urge - A unique Henderson invention, this medium-swing piece has a pleasantly dark melody followed by an extended bass solo by Bob, during which he quotes bits of the head often. Joe is next at the front, and he expresses himself freely, both inside and out, behind the anxious prodding of his accomplished rhythm lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.coinfos: Reply
  6. Shop Inner Urge [Vinilo] [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.coinfog: Isotope · Joe Henderson. Reply
  7. Highlights include the debut of Henderson's gorgeous ballad "Black Narcissus," some five years before its inclusion on that titular album; a new version of "Isotope," a quirky blues with an oddly catchy melody that originally appeared on 's Inner Urge and was one of Henderson's most beloved tunes; the samba-esque title track, with great. Reply
  8. Henderson’s style owes more than a nod to that of ‘Trane, yet through the combination of his own personality and extraordinary technique, he was able to forge his own unique take on the tenor sax. ‘Inner Urge’ is one of Joe Henderson’s most impressive Blue Note releases. Reply

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