If I Had You - Ike Quebec - Ike Quebec Tenor Sax (Shellac, Album)
Comin Home Baby - Various - Back On The Right Track Baby (Vinyl, LP), חום יולי אוגוסט - Shlomo Artzi - ההופעה 97 (CD), ハルカ - SCANDAL (17) - ハルカ (CD), Stomp ! - Various - Disco - Gold (CD), Uns Doch Egal - Various - New German Rock Vol. 2 (CD), Just What I Always Wanted - Mari Wilson - Just What I Always Wanted (Vinyl), Theme To Parked Cars - Lowfish - Maintain The Tension EP (Vinyl), Speedrun - Savant (6) - Outcasts (Unreleased) (File, MP3, Album), The Beginning (Second Mix) - TNT Roots - Dubwize From Creation (CDr), God Of All Nations Medley, Batida - Kev Brown - Songs Without Words Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP), Alleria - Peppino Di Capri - In Tour (CD, Album)
8 Replies to “ If I Had You - Ike Quebec - Ike Quebec Tenor Sax (Shellac, Album) ”
The Tenor of Ike Quebec was always strong, but on these recordings it is really fierce. For those who know Quebec from his bossa Nova CD "Soul Samba", from , these early recordings may come as a shock. His sound is big, full, and completely in the "Coleman Hawkins" tradition/5(2).
Ben Webster, Ted Nash (2), Don Byas, Charlie Ventura, Ike Quebec, Illinois Jacquet: Ben Webster, Ted Nash (2), Don Byas, Charlie Ventura, Ike Quebec, Illinois Jacquet - Tenor Sax Solos, Volume 2 (10", Mono) Savoy Records: MG US: Sell This Version.
A generation older than the tenor saxophone young Turks who helped define Blue Note during its heyday, Ike Quebec's style was fully formed a decade before the innovations of Hank Mobley, Wayne Shorter and Joe Henderson—and his legacy has been consistently overshadowed as a result.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tenor Sax Solos on Discogs. Label: Savoy Records - XP • Series: Tenor Sax Solos • Format: Vinyl 7 Ike Quebec - Tenor Sax Solos (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
Ike Abrams Quebec (August 17, – January 16, ) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. He began his career in the big band era of the s, then fell from prominence for a time until launching a comeback in the years before his death.
Tenor saxophonist Ike Quebec always had a big, warm sound, and he was particularly expert on ballads. This sampler CD surprisingly does not have any examples of his early work on Blue Note in the mid- to late s, instead concentrating on selections from four of Quebec's seven late-period Blue Note albums, a few songs originally issued as 45s, and "Born to Be Blue," which is taken from.
Ike Quebec discography and songs: Music profile for Ike Quebec, born 17 August Genres: Hard Bop, Soul Jazz, Bossa nova. Albums include Blue & Sentimental, Bossa Nova Soul Samba, and It Might as Well Be Spring.
Tenor Sax, an Album by Ike Quebec. Released in August on Blue Note (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Bebop.