Frank Strazzeri - After The Rain album
After The Rain is a fusion music album recording by FRANK STRAZZERI released in 1976 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 After The Rain 4:50 A2 Philadelphia Flyer 8:55 A3 Rush Hour 8:25 B1 Blue Dawn 4:45 B2 The Third Eye 6:40 B3 Cloudburst 9:50. Catalyst Records – CAT-7607 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates.
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Although he originally started playing tenor and clarinet when he was 12, Strazzer. ead Full Biography. Somebody Loves Me. Frank Strazzeri. See Full Discography.
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Frank Strazzeri – Philadelphia Flyer, 09:10. Frank Strazzeri After the Rain. Frank Strazzeri Philadelphia Flyer. Frank Strazzeri Blue Dawn.
They’re literally the best group I have ever seen live. Frank Strazzeri – After the Rain (1976). Cloudburst from this album, for me, is the national anthem of Jazz Funk, in that it’s my favourite Jazz Funk track of all time, hands down. In the olden days when I used to play records in half empty bars in the West Country, this would always be the first platter to really really matter, and everyone would cheer and give me high fives and girls would secretly want to have sex with me.
LyricsAfter the Rain. Frank Strazzeri, Conte Candoli, Frank Rosolino, Don Menza, Gene Cherico, Steve Schaeffer, Bobby Shew, Sam Most, Harvey Newmark, Steve Strazzeri, Don Alias.
Frank Strazzeri (April 24, 1930 – May 9, 2014) was an American jazz pianist. He was born in Rochester, New York. Strazzeri began on tenor saxophone and clarinet at age 12, then switched to piano soon after. He attended the Eastman School of Music, then took a job as a house pianist in a nightclub in Rochester in 1952. While there he accompanied visiting musicians such as Roy Eldridge and Billie Holiday.
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|CAT-7607||Frank Strazzeri||After The Rain (LP, Album, Gat)||Catalyst Records||CAT-7607||US||1976|