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The Sidewinder
Lee Morgan Lyrics


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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

D. TlERRA AYERS

I GREW UP LISTENING TO THIS AMAZING TRUMPET PLAYER &

FOR MANY YEARS I DIDN'T KNOW HIS NAME LIKE SO MANY OTHERS

AND AFTER LOSING EVERYTHING I OWNED
I JUST GRATEFUL

THAT YOUTUBE EXIST OTHERWISE I'M LOST W/OUT A CAUSE,

BECAUSE MUSIC IS MY
FIRST LOVE NEXT TO
GOD AND CHRIST.



All comments from YouTube:

mettycandy

"I do not understand how someone could hate jazz, it's literally a genre made up of dudes just straight up vibing"

S. Tea'you-vee

That's why jazz sucks. It's literally a genre made up of dudes just straight up jamming on and on and on with no end in sight. How about writing a song sometime that the masses will listen to.

accentontheoff

Jazz has some great tunes and fantastic rhythms. But it also has way way too many, extremely indulgent solos. Typical jazz track: Main tune (usually pretty terrific). Then, trumpet solo. Then, sax solo. Then, drum solo. Then, bass solo. Then, solo by the guy serving drinks, played on the trays. Then, solo by the guy driving the car, played on the engine. Then, solo by the donkey outside the building. Then, solo by… well, everyone is welcome dude. And then, finally back to the main tune. In case anyone still remembers.

Michael Thomas

And just think, being free and one of the mountain kings ...Jazz musicians get to experience Majesty and Freedom. The U.S. and planet EARTH blessed 😊😊😇

Lars Vision

They can't dislike what they have never listened to.

Mr Nepau2

some are stillborn my friend, and haven't realized yet ...

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Melumzi Nontangana

If you are not shaking your head with this tune on, you definitely not swinging! What a marvel of a tune. Between 03:02 to 03:22 Lee Morgan is most definitely on fire.

Fabio Freitas

1000000000000000000000000000000000

Richard Sojka

What is amazing about Lee Morgan us that he would use interesting alternate fingerings and jazz phrasing to create licks that were just so creative that it was akin to 'ball lightning'. Every trumpeter should listen, listen, and listen to this tune to learn how to be 'ON Fire' during a trumpet solo. I just love the steady grinding beat of the bass in this tune and the bass solo is amazing. I believe this is the first funk tune I had ever heard.

David Raeke

let me be your 270

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