Tenor Sax is a bop music album recording by JOHN HARDEE released in 1948 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Bop By JOHN HARDEE.
Complete your John Hardee collection. Tenor Sax (3xShellac, 10", Album). John Hardee - Tenor Sax (3xShellac, 10", Album).
Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor), Vocals. John Hardee Swingtet.
Besteciler: Hardee John.
Tenor sax story vol2. Hardee John, John Hardee - River edge rock 03:06. Erskine Hawkins - No soap 02:39. Erskine Hawkins - Lotta sax appeal 03:00. Dicky Wells, Wells Dicky, Джордж Гершвин - I got rhythm 04:09.
Blue Note Records BN 514 A Idaho B Hardee's Party Blue Note Records BN 520 C What Is This Thing Called Love D Nervous From The Service Blue Note Records BN 521 E River Edge Rock F Sweet And Lovely.
John Hardee, tenor sax; Al Haig, piano; Clyde Lombardi, bass; Norman "Tiny" Kahn, drums. NYC, November 30, 1948. Spotlite (E) SPJ 139 Al Haig Meets The Master Saxes, Vol. 1 Xanadu 208 Frankie Socolow, John Hardee, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Paul Quinichette - Bebop Revisited, Vol. 6 Mainstream MDCD 722 Stan Getz, Paul Quinichette, Wardell Gray - A Look At Yesterday Castle 507; Sittin' In With 507; Vogue (E) V 2038 John Hardee - Cobblestones, Man With A Horn Jax 5004 John Hardee - Cobblestones, Prelude. To A Kiss Castle 503; Sittin' In With 503 The Four Bops - Boppin' In B Flat, Prelude To A Kiss Jax 5010 John Hardee - Boppin' In B Flat, Man With A Horn.
This album lasted for several months on the album chart and sold approximately 300,000 copies in the United States. It was Squier's third (and final) consecutive album to feature a guest appearance from a member of Queen – lead singer Freddie Mercury sings backing vocals on the song "Love Is the Hero", as well as co-writing and arranging the track "Lady with a Tenor Sax". Love Is the Hero" (Squier) - 4:49. Lady with a Tenor Sax" (Freddie Mercury, Squier) - 4:24. All We Have to Give" (Squier) - 5:18. Come Home" (Bobby Chouinard, Squier) - 3:55.