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True Blue

Tina Brooks

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Good Old Soul
Tina Brooks
Up Tight's Creek
Tina Brooks
Theme For Doris
Tina Brooks
True Blue
Tina Brooks
Miss Hazel
Tina Brooks
Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You
Tina Brooks
Total Playing Time    37:43
"... I adore True Blue, which is inventive, soulful and in keeping with Brooks's sensitive musical personality. Each song has a distinct sound and rhythm ..." - JazzWax.com "... gives generously a full blooded musical portrait of a hard-working and distinctive sounding tenor man with a blue cry stuck in his throat and heart. It is an achievement to treasure." - All About Jazz One of the only sessions tenor sax player Tina Brooks ever led during his short career, this 1960 recording features a superb studio lineup including trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, Duke Jordan on piano, Sam Jones on bass and Art Taylor on drums. An accomplished songwriter, Brooks wrote every tune here except for one.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CM BLUE NOTE (A92) Studio Masters

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