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The Jazz Crusaders - Uh Huh! album

The Jazz Crusaders - Uh Huh! album
  • Performer The Jazz Crusaders
  • Title Uh Huh!
  • Style Contemporary Jazz
  • Other formats XM MMF MP2 AC3 AUD AU AHX
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1329 mb
  • Size FLAC 1859 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 231

Uh Huh is the ninth studio album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1967 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. Blue Monday" (Joe Sample) - 9:45. Night Theme" (Stix Hooper) - 7:36. Uh Huh" (Wayne Henderson) - 6:20. Air Waves" (Sample) - 9:21. Ice Water" (Henderson) - 6:41.

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Uh Huh ‎(CD, Album, RE). Applause Records, Creative Sounds. APBL 2311, APBL-2311.

Watts Happening, 05:16.

Killer Jazz Crusaders material! The record captures the group at a perfect time – a point when they were breaking past the tighter shorter formula of earlier material, and moving into a slightly more spiritual conception – yet one that still had a hard swing and a deeply soulful vibe! The record's a prime example of the never-ending energy held by the band – near-perfect on every track,. TRACK LIST: 1 Blue Monday 9:45 2 Night Theme 7:36 3 Uh Huh 6:20 4 Air Waves 9:21 5 Ice Water 6:41 6 Watts Happening 5:12.

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Uh Huh is the ninth studio album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1967 and released on the Pacific Jazz label.

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The Crusaders was an American jazz fusion group that was popular in the 1970s. The group was known as the Jazz Crusaders before shortening its name in 1971. In 1960, following the demise of a few short-lived Houston-based groups called The Swingsters and the Nite Hawks, Joe Sample (piano), Stix Hooper (drums), Wilton Felder (saxophone), and Wayne Henderson (trombone), relocated to Los Angeles.