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Lew Tabackin - Tabackin flac album

Lew Tabackin - Tabackin flac album

Performer: Lew Tabackin
Title: Tabackin
Style: Hard Bop
Relesed: December 19, 1974
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 103
Other formats: AC3 MIDI VQF ADX ASF TTA

Lewis Barry Tabackin (born March 26, 1940) is an American jazz tenor saxophonist and flutist. He is married to pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi with whom he has co-led large ensembles since the 1970s. Tabackin started learning flute at age 12, followed by tenor saxophone at age 15. He has cited Al Cohn and Coleman Hawkins as influences on saxophone, while his flute role models include classical players such as William Kincaid, Julius Baker, and Jean-Pierre Rampal.

Lew Tabackin chronology. Tanuki's Night Out (trio) (2002) String Module Error: Match not found2002. Vintage (2008) Vintage2008. Live in Paris (2008) Live in Paris2008. Vintage – Duke Ellington Songbook is a jazz duo album recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and tenor saxophonist, flutist Lew Tabackin. It was released in Japan in June 2008 on the T-toc Records label.

Vintage – Duke Ellington Songbook is a jazz duo album recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and tenor saxophonist, flutist Lew Tabackin. Vintage (Duke Ellington Songbook). Studio album by. Toshiko Akiyoshi, Lew Tabackin.

Tabackin, . abackin, Len Tabackin, Lew, Lew Tabachin, Lew Tabakin, Lewis B. Tabackin, Lewis Tabackin, Lou Tabackin, Lou Tabakin, Tabackin. 티스트 편집. 공유. 마켓플레이스 판매 품목 2,900개. Lew Tabackin With Bob Daugherty, Bill Goodwin - Let The Tape Roll (Album).

Phil Woods/Lew Tabackin. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 95/136 BPM). Tracklist Phil Woods/Lew Tabackin.

Lew Tabackin – Lew Tabackin is a jazz flutist and tenor saxophonist. He is married to Toshiko Akiyoshi, who is a jazz pianist, Tabackin first took up the flute at the age of 12, followed by the tenor saxophone at age 15. He has citied Al Cohn and Coleman Hawkins as influences on his sax playing, while his role models include classical players such as William Kincaid, Julius Baker. Tabackin studied flute at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music and also studied music with composer Vincent Persichetti, in 1962 he graduated from the Conservatory and, after a stint with the U. S. Army, worked.

Credits

Bob Daugherty - Bass
Bill Goodwin - Drums
Lew Tabackin - Flute, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
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