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Four Classic Albums

Four Classic Albums by Teddy Edwards buy album

Teddy Edwards

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

Disc 1: Teddy’s Ready: Blues in G; Scrapple From the Apple; What’s New?; You Name It; Take the ‘A’ Train; The Sermon; Higgins’ Hideaway. Sunset Eyes: Tempo de Blues; Vintage; I Hear A Rhapsody; Up in Teddy’s New Flat; Sunset Eyes; Teddy’s Tune; Takin’ Off. Disc 2: Together Again: Together Again; You Stepped Out of a Dream; Up There; Perhaps; Misty; Sandy. God Gravy: Good Gravy; Could You Forget; A Stairway to the Stars; A Little Later; On Green Dolphin Street; Just Friends; Laura; Yes I’ll Be Ready; Not So Strange.

Personnel

Teddy Edwards
Teddy Edwards

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Teddy’s Ready: Teddy Edwards: tenor sax; Joe Castro: piano; Leroy Vinnegar: bass; Billy Higgins: drums. Sunset Eyes: Teddy Edwards: tenor sax; Joe Castro, Ronnie Ball, Amos Trice: piano; Leroy Vinnegar: bass; Ben Tucker, Billy Higgins, Al Levitt: drums. Together Again: Teddy Edwards: tenor sax; Howard McGhee: trumpet; Phineas Newborn: piano; Ray Brown: bass; Ed Thigpen: drums. Good Gravy: Teddy Edwards: tenor sax; Danny Horton, Phineas Newborn: piano; Leroy VInnegar: bass; Milt Turner: drums.


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