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    1. Mikakus

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      "This was the first of three recordings soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy made for Prestige and this 11/1/57 session was his first as a leader. There was a controlled tension to this date, like everybody's trying to play, carefully, to a common goal.
    2. Murisar

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Reflections: Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk on Discogs. Label: Prestige - VICJ • Series: Masters Of Jazz - The History Series - 89 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop.
    3. Samumi

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      Soprano Sax, an Album by Steve Lacy. Released in January on Prestige (catalog no. PRLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Steve Lacy (soprano saxophone), Wynton Kelly (piano), Buell Neidlinger (bass), Denis Charles (drums), Bob Weinstock (supervisor), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer), Marc Rice (cover design), Esmond Edwards (photography), Ira Gitler (liner notes).
    4. Tojak

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      Steve Lacy, one of the greatest soprano saxophonists of all time and a New England Conservatory faculty member since fall , died Friday [June 4th, ] at New England Baptist Hospital. Lacy was the first avant garde jazz musician to make a specialty of the soprano saxophone--an instrument that had become almost completely neglected.
    5. JoJot

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      Listen to Soprano Sax & Reflections on Spotify. Steve Lacy · Album · · 13 songs.
    6. Brajora

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      Filename E:\PT\Steve Lacy - Reflections- Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk()[flac]\05 - Let's Call peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC A Copy CRC A Accurately ripped (confidence 2) .
    7. Mezirisar

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      Soprano Sax & Reflections Steve Lacy Quartet, Steve Lacy. Record Label Fresh Sound Records / FSR-CD Year of production Tracks.
    8. Fenrinris

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      Jan 13,  · Steve Lacy: The Straight Horn of Steve Lacy (, Candid) In the year that Coltrane brought the soprano sax into serious vogue, Lacy didn't seem all that bothered by the overshadowing. He cut this enduring set with baritone sax man Charles .

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