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  • A massive batch of funky soul jazz – the Second Movement (to the first album Swiss Movement) of the collaboration of Eddie Harris and Les McCann!The vibe here is even freer, and hipper, than on the first set – with a host of long tracks that have Les really working the Fender Rhodes into some great grooves, as Eddie blows along some mean, mad Varitone with equal charm!
  • Les McCann discography and songs: Music profile for Les McCann, born 23 September Genres: Soul Jazz, Jazz, Jazz Fusion. Albums include Invitation to Openness, Swiss Movement, and Atlantic Rhythm and Blues
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of McCann / Wilson on Discogs. Label: Pacific Jazz - 91,Pacific Jazz - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Swing/5(3).
  • LP, Vinyl record album Les McCann & Gerald Wilson — McCann/ Wilson LP Pacific Jazz, Mid 60s. Very Good+ $ Add to Cart. 2 of the greatest artists on Pacific Jazz meet head to head in the studio – as the Les McCann trio gets backed up by the Gerald Wilson Orchestra! Given the .
  • MCCANN, LES Vinyl Records and CDs Pianist Les McCann was one of the West Coast's few Soul Jazz stars during the funkified s. His catchy, rhythmic style captures a solid groove and his work is always joyous and soulful yet McCann also excells at slow, impressionist ballads that build in intensity.
  • 2 of the greatest artists on Pacific Jazz meet head to head in the studio – as the Les McCann trio gets backed up by the Gerald Wilson Orchestra! Given the hipness of Wilson's sound, and the fact that his group features solo work by Teddy Edwards and Dennis Budimir, the overall approach to LP, Vinyl record album.
  • 2 of the greatest artists on Pacific Jazz meet head to head in the studio – as the Les McCann trio gets backed up by the Gerald Wilson Orchestra! Given the hipness of Wilson 's sound, and the fact that his group features solo work by Teddy Edwards and Dennis Budimir, the overall approach to the record is really wonderful – pushing McCann way past his usual bag, and fleshing out the core.
  • The first CD is purely instrumental, showcasing McCann with several of his trios and in collaborations with organist Richard "Groove" Holmes, the tenors of Ben Webster and Stanley Turrentine, the Jazz Crusaders, and Gerald Wilson's Orchestra.