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Tommy Flanagan - The Tokyo Festival mp3 download

Performer: Tommy Flanagan
Title: The Tokyo Festival
Style: Bop,Hard Bop
Duration: 48:59
Released: February 15, 1975
Size MP3 version: 1382 mb
Size FLAC version: 1690 mb
Size WMA version: 1211 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 564
Genre: Jazz

Tommy Flanagan - The Tokyo Festival mp3 download

Request an album send to friend. The Tokyo Recital (1975). Tommy Flanagan - The Tokyo Recital.

Originally released as 'The Master Trio' and 'Blues in the Closet' by Baybridge1983 CD Version released by Gambit Records Recorded at A&R Recording Studio.

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Studio album by Tommy Flanagan. The Tokyo Recital appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Jazz. Music Mood: Carefree.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 All Day Long Tommy Flanagan 5:09
2 U.M.M.G. (Upper Manhattan Medical Group) Tommy Flanagan 4:42
3 Something to Live For Duke Ellington / Billy Strayhorn Tommy Flanagan 3:04
4 Main Stem Tommy Flanagan 6:55
5 Day Dream Duke Ellington / John Latouche / Billy Strayhorn Tommy Flanagan 4:41
6 The Intimacy of the Blues Tommy Flanagan 6:10
7 Caravan Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Juan Tizol Tommy Flanagan 6:45
8 Chelsea Bridge Tommy Flanagan 6:17
9 Take the "A" Train Billy Strayhorn Tommy Flanagan 5:16


Keter Betts - Bass
Bobby Durham - Drums
Duke Ellington - Composer
Tommy Flanagan - Piano, Primary Artist
John Latouche - Composer
Irving Mills - Composer
Billy Strayhorn - Composer
Juan Tizol - Composer