Ernest Ranglin - Surfing (Vinyl)
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Jun 03, · Ernest Ranglin with Vinyl 'Surfin' Great American Music Hall June 2, San Francisco - Duration: nomotrouble 2, views.
From the big brass arrangements to the wide open jazz solos to the wicked island rhythms, Surfin' is an energetic musical montage, and quintessential Ranglin, reminiscent of the old school, yet fresh and innovative at the same time. Bass and lead never had so much exuberance and excitement associated with each other/5(7).
Aug 15, · Ernest Ranglin & The High Notes, live @ Helden in het Park, Eeklo (Belgium). The best version I ever heard of this song! Legendary concert.
Ernest Ranglin Biography by Jason Ankeny + Follow Artist. Noted Jamaican guitarist who could play ska, reggae, and jazz with equal skill. Read Full Biography Surfin' Telarc Jazz Zone / Telarc Distribution Sounds and Power: Studio One .
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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Surfing on Discogs. Label: Studio One - none • Format: Vinyl 7 Ernest Ranglin - Surfing (Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6).
A pioneer in the formation of reggae in Jamaica in the early '60s, guitarist Ernest Ranglin has had a dual career ever since: as a fine jazz improviser and as a highly influential force in reggae. On this set of catchy if repetitive rhythmic tunes, Ranglin combines the two idioms. The backup band primarily plays reggae rhythms and is in a subsidiary role, keeping the music grooving.7/