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  • RIP...
  • For the poet:
  • damn it just split their profiles
  • He went for the Grover Washington Jr side (rather than the McCoy Tyner side) for all the albums here!
  • Here´s what Scott Yanow, All Music Guide says about John Blake: "Throughout his career, John Blake has veered back and forth between R&B-ish sets and more adventurous dates. A pleasing if not overly distinctive violinist, the versatile Blake has played in a wide variety of settings. After advanced classical study, he first gained recognition for his early-'70s recordings with Archie Shepp. During the next decade, Blake recorded with McCoy Tyner, James Newton, Cecil McBee, Jay Hoggard, and Grover Washington, Jr., touring extensively with Tyner and Washington. He made a series of generally interesting, if diverse, sets for Gramavision in the 1980s (including a fascinating 1986 date with fellow violinists Michal Urbaniak and Didier Lockwood) and one CD for Sunnyside in 1992, showing a lot of potential."
  • Yes, but they did not listen as usual. 6 months later and I have no clue who the person on the picture is. Sure as f--k isn´t a black jazz violinist.
  • Another artist mixup. The album covers they're showing is for Blake the jazz violinist. I requested a correction.
  • I don't quite understand this artist description. Is it about the jazz violinist John Blake or someone else? Can someone explain?

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