Rodney Kendrick - The Secrets Of Rodney Kendrick (1993) | EAC LAME CBR 224 kbps | mp3 | ~100 mb
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|“||Rodney Kendrick was born in Philadelphia on April 30, 1960, an addition to a family of pianists that soon moved to Miami. As the Kendricks, they played piano and sing gospels, because that's what the tradition was. But it didn't stop Jimmy Kay, Rodney's father, from being heard alongside Sonny Stitt and Illinois Jacquet or Lou Donaldson, and Sam Rivers. Which is another way of saying that Rodney didn't exactly betray the family tradition when he first illustrated himself by playing with the funk and rhythm'n blues groups led by James Brown, George Clinton or Harold Melvin. But when he moved to New York for four years of study with Barry Harris --an unequalled teacher, and a rare pianist--Rodney returned to a much more classical approach to black American music. He began a career as a sideman which brought him to play with the likes of Clark Terry, Frank Morgan, Terence Blanchard, JJ Johnson, Stanley Turrentine, Freddie Hubbard, George Benson..etc.., etc.||”|
01 Slide The World Into Space
02 Ganawa In Paris
03 The New World Is Ordered
04 Berkshire Blues
07 Slick Exit
08 Takin It With Me
09 Down Here Below
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