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Moanin'
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fitz110

Fun fact: Art Blakey was really a super Jazz icon in Japan in the 60s


“When we hit Japan in 1960 or 61, I never saw anything like it. There were 7,000 heads going up and down at the same time and humming every note of everything we played….When we first went to Japan, they had Lee Morgan shirts, Wayne Shorter overcoats, all that kind of stuff in the department stores. The same kind of publicity the Beatles got in the U.S., we got in Japan.”
– Art Blakey, quoted by John Litweiler in Down Beat, March 25, 1976, pp.17, 16


“We’ve played a lot of countries, but never has the whole band been in tears when we left. My wife cried all the way to Hawaii.”
– Art Blakey, quoted by Don DeMicheal in Down Beat, May 11, 1961, p.15.


“I gained a lot of worldly knowledge, due to the places we went to. I would say we were the first bebop, progressive band to go through Japan, as a group and play concerts. Art used to refer to Japan as our second home.”
– Wayne Shorter, Down Beat, June 20, 1974, p.16.



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Davis Schulz

very fine

Herr Keks

Du hier? :D

sally Deltaco

I'm here because of "kids on the slope" and now I love listening to jazz

YASER Ali

Iam too

Ricardo Ocampo

@Robert Hemingway Jr it's an anime about jazz lovers. It's more like a drama coming of age story, really good anime.

Robert Hemingway Jr

What's kids on the slope?

Tivadar Batthyány

@Matthew Belmonte i'm glad you listen to jazz now :)

Ricardo Ocampo

I watched "kids on the Slope" because of this song, I think a I saw some promo somewhere with this song in it and I had to watch it.

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fitz110

Fun fact: Art Blakey was really a super Jazz icon in Japan in the 60s


“When we hit Japan in 1960 or 61, I never saw anything like it. There were 7,000 heads going up and down at the same time and humming every note of everything we played….When we first went to Japan, they had Lee Morgan shirts, Wayne Shorter overcoats, all that kind of stuff in the department stores. The same kind of publicity the Beatles got in the U.S., we got in Japan.”
– Art Blakey, quoted by John Litweiler in Down Beat, March 25, 1976, pp.17, 16


“We’ve played a lot of countries, but never has the whole band been in tears when we left. My wife cried all the way to Hawaii.”
– Art Blakey, quoted by Don DeMicheal in Down Beat, May 11, 1961, p.15.


“I gained a lot of worldly knowledge, due to the places we went to. I would say we were the first bebop, progressive band to go through Japan, as a group and play concerts. Art used to refer to Japan as our second home.”
– Wayne Shorter, Down Beat, June 20, 1974, p.16.

ZERO

@Andrew McGuire the fuck u said it got wasted. If u watch the anime u would say that they made this a masterpiece and made me love jazz more

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