8 thoughts on “ Sophisticated Lady - Fraser Macpherson Trio - Live At Puccinis 1977 (CD, Album)

  1. The Canadian Political Science Association presents an annual C. B. Macpherson Prize for the best book on political theory written by a Canadian. Macpherson died on 22 July Macpherson's project. In , Macpherson was criticized from some on both the left and the right. In response, he claimed that what he had always been trying to do.
  2. Fraser MacPherson. Fraser MacPherson, jazz musician (b at Winnipeg 10 Apr , d at Vancouver 29 Sep ). Fraser MacPherson began his career in Vancouver circa , playing saxophone in Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (and later TV) orchestras and local nightclubs. He was bandleader at The Cave from to
  3. fraser macpherson quartet (10) fraser macpherson (7) fraser macpherson trio (2) fraser macpherson oliver gannon (1) fraser macpherson quintet feat ian mcdougall (1) fraser macpherson salome bey ed bickert trio etc (1) macpherson fraser quartet (1) Title Format Record grading Cover grading Label Pressing Dispatched from.
  4. Find Fraser MacPherson credit information on AllMusic. Swing/bop saxophonist Fraser MacPherson () possessed a style deeply rooted in the tradition of the great pre-bop saxophonists, owing a significant stylistic debt to Zoot Sims.
  5. Everything that the mellow-toned tenor Fraser MacPherson played was "in the tradition," but some of the music on this CD reaches back even further than usual. Several of the songs (such as "Louisiana," "Struttin' With Some Barbecue" and "You're Lucky to Me") are from the s, and even the three group originals hint at that early style.
  6. Fraser Macpherson - Imminent Arrival (Live) - Duration: 3 minutes, 20 seconds. 85 views; 7 months ago; Fraser Macpherson - Little Penguin - Duration: seconds. views; 10 months ago;.
  7. The concert was released as the album, Live at the Planetarium. The album gained international attention and propelled MacPherson's band, the Fraser MacPherson Trio, onto the world stage.
  8. Fraser MacPherson (tenor sax) Oliver Gannon (guitar) Wyatt Ruther (bass) Live "Northsea Jazz Festival", The Hague, Holland, July 13, and "Montreux Jazz Festival", Montreux, Switzerland, July 16, Issued as part of 4 LP set.

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