8 Reply to “ Night In Tunisia ”

  1. “A night in Tunisia” belongs to that movement: its rhythm is Afro-Cuban, its harmonies and its melody have something unsettling and exotic which can evoke Orient or Tunisia. The same Tunisia which represented, during the war, the arrival on the African ground, continent of origin of Black Americans.
  2. A Night In Tunisia, also Dizzy Gillespie’s signature song, happen to be a highly versatile album (and remastered CD edition) showcasing a stark, thoroughly vibrant combination of high-pitched solos and audio attack heralded by Blakey’s drum solos, screaming trumpet attack by Lee Morgan, high eclectic/5(23).
  3. That shining at night in Tunisia They guide you through the desert sand Words fail, to tell a tale Too exotic to be told Each night's a deeper night In a world, ages old The cares of the day seem to vanish The ending of day brings release Each wonderful night in Tunisia .
  4. Sep 03,  · While "A Night in Tunisia" is one of Gillespie's earliest compositions, you can already hear two trademarks of his music: Afro-Cuban rhythms .
  5. They called it a night in Tunisia And the melody still lingers on. It was new and very strange Blew the squares right off the stage Few could play along The, the melody still lingers on. Max and miles to name just two Together they grew The music was young and strong And the melody still lingers on.
  6. Jul 31,  · Night In Tunisia: The Very Best Of Dizzy Gillespie "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from Used from MP3 Music, August 1, "Please retry" $ — — Audio CD, Original recording remastered, 03M 11, "Please retry" $ $ $ Streaming Unlimited MP3 $; Audio CD $ /5(17).
  7. Night in Tunisia the title story of this collection is my favourite. It is so atmospheric, with the holiday house, the often absent father and the completely absent mother and a boy just discovering himself music and sex. flag Like · see review Feb 16, Idza added it/5.
  8. A Night in Tunisia is a colorful tune written by arguably jazz music’s most colorful character-Dizzy Gillespie. Jazz folklore has it that Dizzy Gillespie penned A Night in Tunisia, also known as Night in Tunisia, on the bottom of a garbage can, with Art Blakey stonescarkagataursharphammer.xyzinfo: Camden Hughes.

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