R.I.P. Horace Silver.
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as legendary as it gets. one of THE greatest american composers ever of all-time.
Here's my Horace Silver Blue Note collection on CD:
Horace Silver – Horace Silver Trio
Horace Silver – And The Jazz Messengers
Horace Silver – Six Pieces Of Silver
Horace Silver – The Stylings Of Silver
Horace Silver – Further Explorations
Horace Silver – Live At Newport ‘58
Horace Silver – Finger Poppin’
Horace Silver – Blowin’ The Blues Away
Horace Silver – Horace-Scope
Horace Silver – Doin’ The Thing · At The Village Gate
Horace Silver – The Tokyo Blues
Horace Silver – Silver’s Serenade
Horace Silver – Song For My Father
Horace Silver – The Cape Verdean Blues
Horace Silver – The Jody Grind
Horace Silver – Serenade To A Soul Sister
Horace Silver – You Gotta Take A Little Love
Horace Silver – The United States Of Mind (2cd)
Horace Silver – In Pursuit Of The 27th Man
Horace Silver – Silver 'N Brass
Horace Silver – Silver 'N Wood
Horace Silver – Silver 'N Voices
Horace Silver – Silver 'N Percussion
Horace Silver – Silver 'N Strings Play The Music Of The Spheres
this covers his entire BN output. though i imagine some sessions or live performances will soon be unearthed...
my favorite of these is The Cape Verdean Blues
 that's serious! Awesome to have the whole collection.
He was a giant. Totally agree with you, thelarmis.
Horace Silver is also really great to play for those sad people who think all jazz is just stuffy art music. Horace was funky!
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