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The 3 Sounds (album)

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Released  1971
Length  36:48
Producer  George Butler
Genre  Jazz
Label  Blue Note
Recorded  July 26 & 27 and August 3, 1971

The 3 Sounds is an album by American pianist Gene Harris recorded in 1971 and released on the Blue Note label. Although it is titled after Harris' group The Three Sounds the album is usually recognised as a solo effort as none of the other original members of the group participated in the recording.

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Reception

The Allmusic review awarded the album 3 stars.

Track listing

All tracks written by Monk Higgins except as indicated.

  • Recorded at United Artists Studios, West Hollywood, California on July 26 (tracks 1-3, 6 & 8), July 27 (tracks 4 & 5) and August 3 (track 7), 1971.
  • Personnel

  • Gene Harris - piano
  • Monk Higgins - organ, arranger
  • Fred Robinson, Albert Vescovo - guitar
  • Luther Hughes - electric bass
  • Carl Burnett - drums
  • Bobbye Porter Hall - conga
  • Paul Humphrey - percussion
  • Unidentified vocals
  • References

    The 3 Sounds (album) Wikipedia


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