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Lenny Robinson Discography of CDs


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Songs I Like To Play Songs I Like To Play CD (2005)
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Lenny Robinson discography Track Listing of songs: Close Your Eyes; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; From This Moment On; Easy To Remember; Little B's Poem; Goodbye Porkpie Hat; The Turnaround;
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Knuckle Duster Knuckle Duster CD (2013)
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Lenny Robinson CD discography Recording information: Mutiny Studios, Bradford. Personnel: Conan (vocals); Lenny Robinson (guitar); James Hope (drums). Audio Mixer: James Atkinson.
Lookin' for Love Lookin' for Love CD (2004) 5 stars
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Lenny Robinson songs Recording information: Sony Music Studios, Tokyo, Japan (06/14/2003/06/15/2003). Personnel: Marlena Shaw (vocals); Marlena Shaw; Jeff Chambers (bass instrument); Lenny Robinson, Lenny Robinson (drums); Saori Sendo, Saoli Sendo (percussion); David Hazeltine (piano, Fender Rhodes piano).
Do It Again Do It Again CD (2007)
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Lenny Robinson discography Photographer: Diane Daly. JazzTimes on Sharon Clark: "A revelation" The long-awaited follow-up CD from Washington, D.C. standout Sharon Clark is now available. The CD, a tribute to legendary D.C. native Shirley Horn, also features Paul Carr on sax; Chris Grasso, piano; Michael Bowie and James "The Tex" King on bass; and Lenny Robinson, drums. The 2008 release of "Do it Again - My Tribute to Shirley Horn" caps a banner 2007 for Ms. Clark. In April, she captured the Gold Medal and ...
Timeless Timeless CD (1998)
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Lenny Robinson albums Chuck Brown & The 2nd Chapter Band: Chuck Brown (vocals, guitar); Ron Holloway, Skip Pruitt (saxophone); Kent Wood (organ, vibraphone); Benji Porecki (B-3 Hammond organ); Lenny Williams (keyboards); Keter Betts, Emory Diggs (acoustic bass); Chris Biondo (bass); Ralph Fisher, JuJu House, Lenny Robinson, Raice McLeod (drums); Robert Green (percussion). Personnel: Chuck Brown (vocals, guitar); Skip Pruitt, Ron Holloway (saxophone); Kent Wood (organ, vibraphone); Benjie Porecki (organ); Lenny Williams (keyboards); Emory Diggs, Keter Betts (upright bass); Ju Ju House, Lenny Robinson, ...
Slanted Slanted CD (1993)
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Lenny Robinson CD discography Tenor saxophonist Ron Holloway's first album for Milestone as a leader, 1994's Slanted, sounds like the man is so busy paying tribute to his heroes that his own prodigious gifts are largely ignored. Holloway is a gifted player with a wide range of influences; his CV includes stints with both the revolutionary jazz poet Gil Scott-Heron and the garish funk-rock of Root Boy Slim & the Sex Change Band. (Yes, that's him honking away on "Boogie Til You Puke" ...
Groove Update Groove Update CD (1998)
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Lenny Robinson music CDs When Ron Holloway signed with Milestone in the mid-1990s and started to enjoy some national exposure, his supporters in the jazz press tended to think of him as a hard bopper and a Sonny Rollins discipline. But while the Washington, DC tenor saxophonist has been greatly influenced by Rollins and does play a great deal of hard bop, Groove Update reminds us that it would be wrong to call him a jazz purist or think of him as a Rollins clone. In fact, this varied CD finds him using a lot of electric bass and playing his share of foot-tapping soul-jazz (as opposed to fusion or crossover). While so-called purists shouldn't have a problem with his all-acoustic interpretations of Jimmy Heath's "Gingerbread Boy" and the standard "East of the Sun," the saxman clearly isn't catering to purists on Herbie Hancock's "Chameleon" or on a very funky take of Horace Silver's "Psychedelic Sally." Recalling early Peggy Lee, singer Lizabeth Flood has a pleasant cameo on "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?," while R&B/jazz protest singer Gil Scott-Heron is featured on likable remakes of his 1970s classics "We Almost Lost Detroit" and "Three Miles Down." Although Scott-Heron clearly doesn't have the voice he did in the 1970s and early 1980s, he still manages to get his points across. Far from one-dimensional, this is a heartfelt CD that both jazz and R&B lovers should be ...

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Popular or famous Lenny Robinson music songs: Easy To Remember, Turnaround, From This Moment On, Goodbye Porkpie Hat, Little B's Poem. More music songs I Didn't Know What Time it Was, Close Your Eyes. See All Songs

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