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Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Stanley Clarke - If This Bass Could Only Talk (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Song information for Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Stanley Clarke on AllMusic. Song information for Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Stanley Clarke on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time Stanley Clarke. If This Bass Could Only Talk. Portrait: Stanley Clarke. This Is Jazz, Vol. Epic / Sony Music Distribution:

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  2. Behind the Song: Joni Mitchell, “Goodbye Pork Pie Hat” (American Songwriter, ) Piano Transcriptions of Goodbye Pork Pie Hat. by Dave Blackburn; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat has been recorded by 81 other artists. A Celebration of Joni Mitchell (from "Live at The Lobero" - .

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  3. rows · Watch the video for Goodbye Pork Pie Hat from Stanley Clarke's If This Bass Could .

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  4. If This Bass Could Only Talk is a music studio album recording by STANLEY CLARKE (Jazz Rock/Fusion/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(2).

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  5. Charles Mingus wrote ‘Goodbye Pork Pie Hat’ as an elegy for the pioneering jazz saxophonist Lester Young, who died in March , two months prior to the recording sessions for what would become Mingus Ah Um.A darkly elegant ballad with a lone dissonant note full of pathos and pain, it contrasts sharply with the exuberant gospel of ‘Better Git It In Your Soul’, the track which opens.

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  6. Stanley Clarke – If This Bass Could Only Talk ( 24/96 FLAC) A1. If This Bass Could Only Talk A2. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat A3. I Want To Play For Ya A4. Stories To Tell A5. Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun) B1. Workin’ Man B2. Tradition B3. Come Take My Hand B4. Bassically Taps.

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  7. If This Bass Could Only Talk, an Album by Stanley Clarke. Released in on Portrait (catalog no. OR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Pop, Smooth Jazz.

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  8. "If This Bass Could Only Talk" af Stanley Clarke - CD (Compact Disc). Genre: Funk. Udgivet 11/ Vejer g. This might very well be one of Stanley Clarke's most instrumentally and creatively satisfying fusion recordings. The danceable and very funky song "Basically Taps" features Clarke's slamming bass licks with the rhythm provided by nothing but Gregory Hine's tap dancing feet.

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