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Things Aint What They Used To Be - The Three Sounds - Moods (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    Tygolkree 22.02.2020
    Originally released in October of This version can be differentiated from Moods by the company information printed on the labels, which indicates it was likely released between and Group name on the front cover: The 3 Sounds Group name on the back cover and labels: The Three Sounds Catalog number on the front and back covers: /5(10).
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    Zulkirr 28.02.2020
    Things Ain't What They Used To Be, a wonderful tune written by Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges, is arranged as a piano bar style tune with Gene Harris dominating the song on his piano. Simpkins and Dowdy stay under the music providing swinging rhythm/5(6).
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    Gokinos 19.02.2020
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Moods on Discogs/5(22).
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    Nanos 25.02.2020
    23 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Three Sounds - Moods at /5(88).
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    Megore 26.02.2020
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Moods on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - ,Blue Note - BST ,Blue Note - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz/5(10).
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    Gomi 20.02.2020
    One of The Sounds' most recognizable albums. One of those great classic covers! The Three Sounds, Moods is an extraudinary album from start to finish. The Three Sounds, a group from the mid 50's to the mid 60's that recorded for Blue Note were basically underrated, and to this day, they are.5/5(4).
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    Gashakar 27.02.2020
    Stream Moods by The Three Sounds and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Love For Sale. Love For Sale. Listen Now $ 2. Things Ain't What They Used To Be. Things Ain't What They Used To Be. Album Only 3. On Green Dolphin Street When an album has sound samples I typically stay away from /5(6).
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    Vimuro 26.02.2020
    According to some sources Harris plays some celeste on this album but I don't hear it. I'm convinced that the high notes at the beginning and end of Tammy's Breeze, which you might have to turn the volume up a bit for, are played in the upper octaves of the piano. They are nowhere near as chimey as the 2 tracks on - Introducing the 3 Sounds/5(4).

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