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Warm-up And Dialogue Between Lee And Rudy
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers:

A Night In Tunisia [Instrumental]…
Avila & Tequila It was just one of those things Just one of those…
Blue Moon Blue moon you saw me standing alone Without a dream in…
Blues March 'Look Alive Sunshine* 109 in the sky but the pigs wont…
Body and Soul My heart is sad and lonely For you I sigh, for…
Caravan Night and stars above that shine so bright The myst'ry…
I Didn't Know What Time It Was Once I was young Yesterday, perhaps Danced with Jim and Pa…
It's Only a Paper Moon Say, it's only a paper moon Sailing over a cardboard sea B…
Like Someone in Love Lately, I find myself out gazing at stars, Hearing guitars…
My Heart Stood Still I took one look at you That's all I meant to…
Round 'Bout Midnight It begins to tell, 'round midnight, midnight. I do pretty …
Splendid The night is like a lovely tune Beware my foolish heart Ho…
Stairway to the Stars Let's build a stairway to the stars And climb that stairway…
That Old Feeling Last night I started out happy Last night my heart was…
When Lights Are Low Listen to the melody entrancing Blending in a soft and swee…
You Don't Know What Love Is You don't know what love is 'Til you've learned the meaning…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Art Blakey:

A_Night_In_Tunisia [Instrumental]…
Blue Moon Blue moon you saw me standing alone Without a dream in…
Body And Soul My heart is sad and lonely For you I sigh, for…
Caravan Night and stars above that shine so bright The myst'ry…
How Deep Is the Ocean How much do I love you? I'll tell you no lie How…
How Deep Is the Ocean? How much do I love you? I'll tell you no lie How…
I mean you I could show the world how to smile I could be…
If I Had You I could show the world how to smile I could be…
Ill Wind Hush now don't explain I know you raise Cain I'm glad you'…
It's Only a Paper Moon Say, it's only a paper moon Sailing over a cardboard sea But…
It's You or No One How did I know that the warmth of the glow…
Just One of Those Things It was just one o' those things Just one o' those…
Like Someone in Love Lately, I find myself out gazing at stars, Hearing guitars…
Night in Tunisia [Instrumental]…
Once in a While Once in a while will you try to give One little…
Skylark Skylark Have you anything to say to me? Won't you tell me…
Song Is You I hear music when I look at you, A beautiful theme…
Split Kick Ladies and gentleman, as you know we have something special…
That Old Feeling Last night I started out happy Last night my heart was…
The Song Is You I hear music when I look at you, A beautiful theme…
When Lights Are Low Listen to the melody entrancing Blending in a soft and swee…
Without A Song Without a song the day would never end Without a song…
You Don't Know What Love Is You don't know what love is 'Til you've learned the meaning…

We have lyrics for these tracks by The Jazz Messengers:

Avila & Tequila It was just one of those things Just one of those…
Caravan Night and stars above that shine so bright The myst'ry…
It's You Or No One How did I know that the warmth of the glow…
Just One Of Those Things Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away Now it…
Like Some One in Love Lately, I find myself out gazing at stars, Hearing guitars…

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caponsacchi

I hadn't heard this opening exchange.  This is, of course, Art Blakey's most popular recording but, like Silver's "Song for My Father," it's not necessarily his best.  i recommend "Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers" on Columbia--Silver's "Ecaroh" has to be heard to be believed--it ranks with "Moon Rays" as one of his most ambitious and complex.  I also recommend two 2-disc on-location sessions again featuring the Messengers and both with scintillating Lee Morgan solos: one is called "At the Jazz Corner of the World"; the other is entited "Meet You at the Jazz Corner of the World" (talk about confusing the collector and reducing record sales).  Shorter is on the first; Mobley on the 2nd.  The Morgan track that blows me away is the 2nd track of Vol. 1 of "At the Jazz Corner of the World."  The tune is Monk's "Justice" (based on the chord changes to "Just You, Just Me"--in other words, "just us" or "Justice" (later the title would be changed to "Evidence"--keeping it in the realm of law and order.

But from the opening bars of his solo Lee is smoking fierce and hard.  A tougher act for Hank Mobley to follow than Coltrane would be, when Miles asked him to replace his departing jazz star.  (Hank resisted: "But Miles, Coltrane is the Art Tatum of the saxophone.  I can't replace that."  As usual, Miles had his way---and the word is that he did nothing to support Hank's failing confidence.  If anything, he blindsides Hank on the Columbia album "Someday My Prince Will Come" by suddenly inserting Coltrane into the tune after Hank's solo!  (Miles, you devil!)