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Andy Bey- Hibiscus 

Members, Don't Git Weary (LP Version)
Max Roach
Members, Don't Git Weary (LP Version)

Max Roach
Members, Don’t Git Weary (Feat. Andy Bey)
Members, Don’t Git Weary
Atlantic 1968

Although Max Roach was very much a product of the be-bop revolution of the 1940s, he proved to be quite receptive to modal post-bop and avant-garde jazz in the 1960s. One of the finest post-bop dates Roach recorded during that decade was 1968’s Members, Don’t Git Weary, which finds the drummer leading a cohesive modal quintet that employs Gary Bartz on alto sax, Charles Tolliver on trumpet, Stanley Cowell on acoustic and electric piano, and Jymie Merritt on electric bass.

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And goodnight tumblr peeps.

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Celestial Blues - Andy Bey

Singer Andy Bey: Taking it Slow

Larry Blumenfeld wrote a wonderful article built off a review of Andy Bey’s latest release on High Note Records. Bey has developed into has hauntingly riveting singer with a sensibility similar to the late Shirley Horn. He’s been on the scene for 50 years and remains woefully underrated. (Photo by Alan Nahigian)

-Michael Cuscuna

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Experience - Andy Bey (Experience And Judgment, 1974)

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Horace Silver w/ my uncle Andy Bey on vocals.  Listen carefully. 

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we must get closer to the essence of life - andy bey