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Ray Bryant Trio

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Golden Earrings
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Angel Eyes
3:23  
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Blues Changes
5:03  
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Splittin'
4:38  
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Django
5:05  
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The Thrill Is Gone
4:56  
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Daahoud
4:04  
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Sonar
3:23  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 35:25

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Bryant's favourite form

rene.leemans

This record is a welcome revival of the solo set in a particular a thoroughgoing investigation of Bryan's favorite form. He boppish but with a decidedly funky swing!

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UNACCEPTABLY POOR BITRATE

merlemetke

This is a terrific album. Too bad the bitrate is such poor quality.

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Encoded at 127 kbps

JazzGroover

This title is encoded at 126-127 kbps; eMusic should upgrade to 192 kbps.

They Say All Music Guide

Pianist Ray Bryant solidified his reputation with this outstanding 1957 trio release. It displayed his facility with the blues, speed, gospel influence, and interpretive abilities on such songs as John Lewis’ “Django” and Clifford Brown’s “Daahoud.” It also contained Bryant’s funky originals “Splittin” and “Blues Changes,” and was punctuated by Ike Isaacs’ careful bass work and Specs Wright’s loose, in the groove drumming. This set has recently been reissued by Fantasy, and the remastering provides a fine sonic framework for Bryant’s heady, unpredictable, and often exciting playing. – Ron Wynn