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  1. In Pursuit of Blackness is an album by the American saxophonist Joe Henderson, released in 1971 on Milestone. It contains three tracks recorded in the studio in 1971 with saxophonist Pete Yellin, trombonist Curtis Fuller, pianist George Cables and the Return to Forever rhythm section of bassist Stanley Clarke and drummer Lenny White ...

  2. Eddie Marshall – Dance of the Sun. Mel Martin – Bebop and Beyond. Mel Martin – Plays Thelonious Monk. Mel Martin – Plays Dizzy Gillespie. Greg Marvin – Taking Off (2000) Greg Marvin – Special Edition ‘Round Midnight. Frank Morgan – Double Image. Frank Morgan – Quiet Fire. Frank Morgan – Mood Indigo.

    • In Pursuit of Blackness/Black Is the Color George Cables1
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    • In Pursuit of Blackness/Black Is the Color George Cables3
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  3. Die Einzelausgabe zweier LPs aus den frühen Siebzigern ermöglicht uns, die Entwicklung seiner Musik über einen Zeitraum von besonders stürmischen achtzehn Monaten zu verfolgen: Nicht nur die Besetzung war starkem Wandel unterworfen (mit George Cables am E-Piano als einziger Konstante), auch die Stilistik selbst mutierte vom nervösen ...

  4. George Andrew Cables ist ein US-amerikanischer Jazz-Pianist, Komponist und Bandleader des Modern Jazz.

  5. Joe Henderson (saxophone ténor), Woody Shaw (trompette), George Cables (piano électrique), Ron McClure (contrebasse), Lenny White (batterie), Tony Waters (congas). Lighthouse Café, Hermosa Beach, CA, 25-26 septembre 1970. Ingénieur du son: Bernie Grundman, mixage: Don Van Gordon (Soundwaves Studios).

  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "In Pursuit Of Blackness / Black Is The Color" on Discogs.

  7. 1. Juni 1999 · This album is a great jazz recording, with electric piano, sure - otherwise it could have come out on Blue Note in 1964. The second album, Black is the Color, was recorded a year later and is more given over to the electric jazz fusion sound of the day.