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Born September 2, 1928, Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silva - later to be known as Horace Silver - was among the most accomplished American jazz pianists and composers of all time; coming out of the hard bop school of jazz, Silver was known for his distinctive playing style and pioneering compositional contributions to the form. Influenced by a wide range of musical styles, notably gospel, African music, and Latin American, Silver also later ventured into the soul-jazz genre. This 4CD collection features Horace Silver's eight finest Blue Note albums, made between 1952 and 1963, the first, and many would say most productive and challenging, decade of this masterful composer, performer and musician's career. Despite living a long and hugely influential life, Horace Silver sadly passed away on June 18th 2014, albeit at the age of 85 and of natural causes, having generally enjoyed good health until his final hour. This compilation serves as both an ideal starting point for those new to Horace Silver's music, and as a perfect reminder for those already familiar.
Born September 2, 1928, Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silva - later to be known as Horace Silver - was among the most accomplished American jazz pianists and composers of all time; coming out of the hard bop school of jazz, Silver was known for his distinctive playing style and pioneering compositional contributions to the form. Influenced by a wide range of musical styles, notably gospel, African music, and Latin American, Silver also later ventured into the soul-jazz genre. This 4CD collection features Horace Silver's eight finest Blue Note albums, made between 1952 and 1963, the first, and many would say most productive and challenging, decade of this masterful composer, performer and musician's career. Despite living a long and hugely influential life, Horace Silver sadly passed away on June 18th 2014, albeit at the age of 85 and of natural causes, having generally enjoyed good health until his final hour. This compilation serves as both an ideal starting point for those new to Horace Silver's music, and as a perfect reminder for those already familiar.
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Classic Blue Note Collection
Artist: Horace Silver
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Room 608
2. Creepin' in
3. Stop Time
4. To Whom It May Concern
5. Hippy
6. The Preacher
7. Hankerin'
8. Doodlin'
9. Cool Eyes
10. Shirl
11. Camouflage
12. Enchantment
13. Señor Blues
14. Virgo
15. For Heaven's Sake
16. No Smokin'
17. The Back Beat
18. Soulville
19. Home Cookin'
20. Metamorphosis
21. My One and Only Love
22. Finger Poppin'
23. Juicy Lucy
24. Swingin' the Samba
25. Sweet Stuff
26. Cookin' at the Continental
27. Come on Home
28. You Happened My Way
29. Mellow D
30. Blowin' the Blues Away
31. The St. Vitus Dance
32. Break City
33. Peace
34. Sister Sadie
35. The Baghdad Blues
36. Melancholy Mood
37. Filthy McNasty
38. Doin' the Thing
39. Kiss Me Right
40. The Gringo
41. Cool Eyes (Theme)
42. Too Much Sake
43. Sayonara Blues
44. The Tokyo Blues
45. Cherry Blossom
46. Ah! So
47. Silver's Serenade
48. Let's Get to the Nitty Gritty
49. Sweet Sweetie Dee
50. The Dragon Lady
51. Nineteen Bars

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Born September 2, 1928, Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silva - later to be known as Horace Silver - was among the most accomplished American jazz pianists and composers of all time; coming out of the hard bop school of jazz, Silver was known for his distinctive playing style and pioneering compositional contributions to the form. Influenced by a wide range of musical styles, notably gospel, African music, and Latin American, Silver also later ventured into the soul-jazz genre. This 4CD collection features Horace Silver's eight finest Blue Note albums, made between 1952 and 1963, the first, and many would say most productive and challenging, decade of this masterful composer, performer and musician's career. Despite living a long and hugely influential life, Horace Silver sadly passed away on June 18th 2014, albeit at the age of 85 and of natural causes, having generally enjoyed good health until his final hour. This compilation serves as both an ideal starting point for those new to Horace Silver's music, and as a perfect reminder for those already familiar.
        
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