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Ernie Watts Quartet - The Ernie Watts Quartet (CD, Album)

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  1. Zolokora says:
    Four plus Four () is a studio project with both the US and European Ernie Watts Quartets, recorded in Los Angeles and Cologne, Germany, including "Through My Window," a Watts original written to showcase both quartets together. To The Point () was made high-energy live with the Ernie Watts Quartet at The Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles.
  2. Shakagis says:
    Find album release information for The Ernie Watts Quartet - Ernie Watts on AllMusic.
  3. Nalar says:
    Ernie Watts Quartet: Four Plus Four ‎ (CD, Album) Flying Dolphin Records: FD US: Sell This Version.
  4. Fenrisho says:
    Ernest James Watts (born October 23, ) is an American jazz and rhythm and blues saxophonist who plays soprano, alto, and tenor saxophone. He has worked with Charlie Haden's Quartet West and toured with the Rolling Stones. On Frank Zappa's album The Grand Wazoo he played the "Mystery Horn", a straight-necked C melody truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.xyzinfo played the notable saxophone riff on The One You Love by.
  5. Gajind says:
    May 20,  · Charlie Haden Quartet West: Haunted Heart (Verve, ) We [Quartet West] did five or six albums, and the Haunted Heart was one of my favorite ones. Some very interesting things done there. Ernie Watts Quartet: Oasis (Flying Dolphin, ) There’s a .
  6. Magami says:
    Label: Liberty - WPS K • Series: World Pacific Jazz Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Hard Bop Ernie Watts Quartet - Planet Love (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Torg says:
    Two-time Grammy Award winner Ernie Watts is one of the most versatile and prolific saxophone players on the music scene. In a diverse career that has spanned more than thirty years, he has been featured on more than recordings by artists ranging from Cannonball Adderley to Frank Zappa, always exhibiting his unforgettable trademark sound.
  8. Kazuru says:
    Mar 19,  · When the story of this era’s jazz masters is told, West Coast tenor man and bandleader Ernie Watts ought to be prominently featured. Watts, perhaps once underappreciated because of the overtly commercial bent of many of his ’70s and ’80s recordings, has evolved into a saxophonist whose sound is simultaneously brawny and beautiful, an instrumentalist who explores every part of his horn.

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