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Biography by Chris Kelsey. The celebrated pianist collaborated with bop's finest leaders, and also led several excellent ensembles of his own. Read Full Biography.
The Electric Boogaloo Song is an album by pianist Cedar Walton, which was recorded in 1969 and released on the Prestige label. The Electric Boogaloo Song. Studio album by. Cedar Walton. All compositions by Cedar Walton except as indicated. The Electric Boogaloo Song" - 8:15. You Stepped out of a Dream" (Nacio Herb Brown, Gus Kahn) - 7:45. Impressions of Scandinavia" (Clifford Jordan) - 5:08.
The Cedar Walton Trio, Quartet And Quintet - Cedar! (Prestige PR 7519). Kenny Dorham, trumpet Junior Cook, tenor sax Cedar Walton, piano; Leroy Vinnegar, bass; Billy Higgins, drums. Cedar Walton - Soul Cycle (Prestige PR 7693). James Moody, tenor sax, flute; Cedar Walton, piano, electric piano; Rudy Stevenson, guitar; Reggie Workman, bass, Fender bass; Al "Tootie" Heath, drums.
The Electric Boogaloo Song (1969) Contents. Higgins Holler" - 10:20. Days of Wine and Roses" (Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer) - 8:56. Jake's Milkshakes" - 3:55.
Electric Boogaloo Song. 2. You Stepped Out of a Dream. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Electic Boogaloo Song Album. Cedar Walton - piano, electric piano.
Percy Heath, Freddie Hubbard, Cedar Walton, Jimmy Heath, Julius Watkins, Albert Tootie Heath. 2014 Recorded Live at the Keystone Korner. Really Big! Cedar Walton, Jimmy Heath, The Jimmy Heath Orchestra. Cedar Walton; Bonus Track Version. Blue Mitchell and Orchestra. Smooth as the Wind" & "A Sure Thing". Clark Terry, Wynton Kelly, Sam Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Julian Priester, Cedar Walton. Blue Mitchell & Junior Cook Quintet Sessions "The Cup Bearers", "Junior's Cookin'"
The Electric Boogaloo Song is the third album by pianist Cedar Walton which was recorded in 1969 and released on the Prestige label Cedar walton the electric.
|A1||The Electric Boogaloo Song||8:15|
|A2||You Stepped Out Of A Dream||7:45|
|B1||Impressions Of Scandinavia||5:08|
|PR 7618||Cedar Walton||The Electric Boogaloo Song (LP, Album)||Prestige||PR 7618||US||1969|