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Isabel The Liberator

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9 comments on “ Isabel The Liberator
  1. Guk says:
    May 16,  · also known as "the Liberator" or "Good King Robert" Marriages and Children Robert married first about to Isabel of Mar, daughter of Sir Donald of Mar, 10th Earl of Mar [7] [8] and his second wife, Ellen. [1].
  2. Sharisar says:
    "Isabel the Liberator" (Larry Willis) - "Teotihuacan" (Stafford James) - (on Woody Shaw: The Complete Columbia Albums Collection only) Recorded at the CBS 52nd Street Studio B in New York City on December 17 (tracks 3 & 5), December 18 (track 7), December 20 (track 4), and December 27 (tracks 1 & 2), with overdubbed strings.
  3. Ferisar says:
    Stop freshness and cowardice and immediately say that you are monarchists, who love the Monarchy of Portugal, who stood against Princess Isabel (the slave liberator)! What are you scared of? Speak the truth soon and stop cheating that it's ugly!!! Remember that the POWER still emanates from the PEOPLE.
  4. Goltirisar says:
    The Liberator () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  5. Fautaur says:
    Shaw is joined by two versions of his regular quintet of the period, with Carter Jefferson on tenor and soprano for "Isabel the Liberator"; trombonist Steve Turre on the other three selections; and the rhythm section of pianist Larry Willis, bassist Stafford James, and drummer Victor Lewis.
  6. Zulutaxe says:
    Song information for Isabel the Liberator - Woody Shaw on AllMusic.
  7. Arashisida says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Complete CBS Studio Recordings Of Woody Shaw on Discogs.
  8. Zulugul says:
    One of five Woody Shaw albums on Columbia, this fine set finds the trumpeter's regular quartet (with pianist Larry Willis, bassist Stafford James, and drummer Victor Lewis) augmented by several horn players (Carter Jefferson on tenor and soprano, trombonists Curtis Fuller and Steve Turre, altoist Gary Bartz, and flutist James Spaulding), the percussion of Naná Vasconcelos, and, on two tracks.
  9. Nisida says:
    By Isabel Alberto, Published on 05/08/ Recommended Citation. Alberto, Isabel. "Reacting to the Past handout: The Liberator, Issue 1.".