The cannonball adderley quintet featuring nat adderley - them dirty blues


Adderley was first acclaimed as a stylistic heir to Charlie Parker , although the more traditional Benny Carter ’s rhythm-and-blues phrasing also inspired his music. Although his music was not regarded as particularly groundbreaking, Adderley was an extremely gifted musician technically, known for an improvisational style that featured restless, highly decorated, often florid lines; emphatic blues harmonies; and a full, rich tone. As jazz became more atonally obtuse and rhythmically complex during the 1960s, Adderley’s straightforward approach helped keep jazz popular with mainstream audiences. His was “happy music, and none the worse for that,” according to one critic.


The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Featuring Nat Adderley - Them Dirty BluesThe Cannonball Adderley Quintet Featuring Nat Adderley - Them Dirty BluesThe Cannonball Adderley Quintet Featuring Nat Adderley - Them Dirty BluesThe Cannonball Adderley Quintet Featuring Nat Adderley - Them Dirty Blues

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