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Blues In Maudes Flat - Grant Green - The Best Of Grant Green Vol. 1 (CD)

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  1. Blues In Maude's Flat. Featured In. Album. The Best of Grant Green, Vol. 1. Grant Green. Playlist. Grant Green Essentials. Apple Music Jazz. Top Songs By Grant Green. TRACK. ARTIST. Sookie Sookie (Live) Sookie Sookie (Live) Grant Green. Grant Green.
  2. Check out Blues In Maude's Flat (Remastered) by Grant Green on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  3. Grant Green signed to Blue Note for a second time in Where his first stint with the label was nearly all hard bop, the recordings from his second stay were almost all funky soul-jazz. Predictably, these are sessions that jazz purists have dismissed throughout the years, even though -- when judged strictly on the level of funky, groove-oriented dance music -- the music is quite strong.9/
  4. Blues In Maude's Flat By Grant Green. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Blues In Maude's Flat. Featured on The Best Of Grant Green. More by Grant Green. Slick! (Live at Oil Can Harry's) Finest In Jazz. The Latin Bit (Remastered) Live At The Club Mozambique. Ain't It Funky Now! The Original Jam Master (Vol. 1) More Grant Green.
  5. 7 1 2, B1 , B Grant Green: Street Funk & Jazz Grooves (The Best Of Grant Green) ‎ (2xLP, Comp) Blue Note, Blue Note, Blue Note: 7 1 2, B1 , B UK & Europe: Sell This Version.
  6. While the "best-of" format often leaves quite a bit to be desired in a jazz setting, this set contains good Green material from his most productive period, the early and mid-'60s. There's a nice mix between uptempo and slower numbers, standards and his own compositions, as well as soul jazz and straight mainstream and bop material.
  7. Grant Green was one of the finest soloists to ever play jazz guitar. His playing was bluesy, full of bebop vocabulary, and swung hard no matter what situation he was in. Grant Green was a master jazz guitarist of the highest level, and it is definitely a good idea to spend some time learning Grant Green licks in your jazz guitar practice routine.

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