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Charles Lloyd|Manhattan Stories (Live)

Manhattan Stories (Live)

Charles Lloyd feat. Gábor Szabó, Ron Carter, Pete La Roca

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Manhattan Stories features two live concerts showcasing saxophonist/flutist Charles Lloyd performing with his group at Slugs Saloon in New York City in 1965. Joining Lloyd here are guitarist Gábor Szabo, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Pete La Roca. This is expansive, adventurous music by four of the jazz world's most forward-thinking luminaries.
© Matt Collar /TiVo

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Sweet Georgia Bright (Live at Judson Hall, NYC, September 3, 1965)
00:17:49

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, Composer, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

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How Can I Tell You (Live at Judson Hall, NYC, September 3, 1965)
00:11:54

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, Composer, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

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Lady Gabor (Live at Judson Hall, NYC, September 3, 1965)
00:12:49

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, Writer, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

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Slugs' Blues (Live at Slug's Saloon, NYC, 1965)
00:12:56

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, Composer, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

2
Lady Gabor (Live at Slug's Saloon, NYC, 1965)
00:13:50

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, Composer, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

3
Dream Weaver (Live at Slug's Saloon, NYC, 1965)
00:15:27

Ron Carter, FeaturedArtist - Charles Lloyd, Writer, MainArtist - Pete La Roca, FeaturedArtist - Gabor Szabo, FeaturedArtist

2014 Resonance Records 2014 Resonance Records

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Manhattan Stories features two live concerts showcasing saxophonist/flutist Charles Lloyd performing with his group at Slugs Saloon in New York City in 1965. Joining Lloyd here are guitarist Gábor Szabo, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Pete La Roca. This is expansive, adventurous music by four of the jazz world's most forward-thinking luminaries.
© Matt Collar /TiVo

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