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  1. Tilt, an album by Barney Wilen on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Sony/Legacy's Jazz on Disques Vogue: The Perfect Collection continues the Perfect Jazz Collection series, but unlike Perfect Jazz Vol. 1 & Vol. 2, which collected famous classic albums from Columbia, RCAVictor, Sony, and Epic, this new box set focuses solely on an obscure but highly influential label: the French Disques Vogue, a label that imported American Jazz artists (such as Thelonious.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tilt - Barney Wilen on AllMusic -
  4. “BARNEY WILEN QUINTET - PASSIONE”. JAZZ LP FROM JAPAN, VENUS LABEL HYPER MAGNUM SPUND LP COLLECTION. LIMITED EDITION. FIRST AT LP IN THE WORLD, 24 BIT MASTERING. NUMBER: TKJV [VENUS RECORDS INC JAPAN] / STEREO /with OBI strip. französische Jazz-Platte von auf Guilde du Jazz J titel: "Barney Wilen Quintet".
  5. Barney Wilen - Tilt+6 () [ Japan Jazz Collection ] including "Hackensack", "Think of One", and "Mysterioso" – plus other jazz standards like "Night In Tunisia" and "Blue N Boogie" – all given a new sort of voice by Wilen. LP; David Florio - Italy Is A Strange Place () Suzanne Langille, Neel Murgai - Come When The.
  6. Apr 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Barney Wilen Hackensack Tilt YouTube; Recado Bossa Nova - Duration: David Roy Eldridge - Topic 5, views. John.
  7. Important early work from one of the greatest European saxophonists of the 50s – a seminal batch of music recorded for the Vogue label in the 50s! Wilen also recorded famously with American musicians during the 50s – including Miles Davis and Art Blakey – but this set features Barney's searing tenor in the company of an all-French group – with the boppish Maurice Vander.

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