Johnny Lytle Trio - Lela / A Taste Of Honey download album
- Album: Lela / A Taste Of Honey
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- Country: US
- Style: Cool Jazz
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Artist: Johnny Lytle. Album: On Green Dolphin Street. Download Johnny Lytle - Lela. On Green Dolphin Street: Best 2 songs. Johnny Lytle - On Green Dophin Street 06:12. Johnny Lytle - A Taste of Honey 04:38. Johnny Lytle: best 2 tracks. Johnny Lytle - The Village Caller The Riverside Records Story, 1997 04:25. Johnny Lytle - Tomorrow Fast Hands, Happy Ground, 2009 06:12.
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Johnny Dillard Lytle (October 13, 1932 in Springfield, Ohio – December 15, 1995 in Springfield) was a jazz drummer and vibraphonist. Lytle grew up in Springfield, Ohio in a family of musicians, the son of a trumpeter father and an organist mother. He began playing the drums and piano at an early age. Before studying music in earnest, he was a boxer, and was a successful Golden Gloves champion.
2. The Nearness of You. 3. Moon Child. Johnny Lytle – The Loop (Full Album). Johnny Lytle Trio - The Soulful One. Johnny Lytle Trio – Blue Vibes (1960). Johnny Lytle Trio Happy Ground. Johnny Lytle Trio – Moon Child (1962). Johnny Lytle Quintet - The Village Caller (Riverside Records 1964).
Johnny Lytle, vibes; Milt Harris, organ; Steve Cooper, bass "Peppy" Hinnant, drums; Ray Barretto, congas. Jazzland J-45718 Johnny Lytle - Moon Child, A Taste Of Honey Riverside R-4551 Johnny Lytle - Lela, A Taste Of Honey. Johnny Lytle Quintet. Johnny Lytle Catalog - album index. List of sessions by recorded date & location: Johnny Lytle Discography - session index.
In the 1960s, vibist Johnny Lytle was arguably the Milt Jackson of soul-jazz – or perhaps the Cal Tjader of soul-jazz. Jackson and Tjader both influenced his vibraphone playing, as did Lionel Hampton. But Lytle had a recognizable sound of his own – one that proved to be perfect for soul-jazz and organ combos. Two of the fine soul-jazz/hard bop LPs that the vibist recorded in the early '60s were Got That Feeling! (Riverside) and Moon Child (Jazzland), both of which Milestone/Fantasy reissued back to back on this 75-minute CD in 2001.
Johnny Lytle - Autumn Leaves 07:08. Johnny Lytle - Over the Rainbow 05:19. Johnny Lytle - Lela 04:16. Johnny Lytle - Meet Ben Bailey 08:10. Johnny Lytle - Take the "A" Train 02:50. Johnny Lytle - When I Fall In Love 04:27. Johnny Lytle - Mister Strudel 06:31.
A Taste of Honey is the first play by the British dramatist Shelagh Delaney, written when she was 19. It was initially intended as a novel, but she turned it into a play because she hoped to revitalise British theatre and to address social issues that she felt were not being presented. The play was first produced by Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop and was premiered at the Theatre Royal Stratford East, a small fringe theatre in London, on 27 May 1958.
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Written By – Lytle*
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