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Well, I heard Sugar Free again and in the process became a Jazz fan. Eventually I found out that a Hank Crawford had recorded that song along with "Love Won't Let Me Wait". I went out a few weeks later, when I had enough dough, and bought the album "I Hear a Symphony"/5(9).
I Hear a Symphony Hank Crawford Jazz · Preview SONG TIME I Hear a Symphony Sugar Free. 5. More by Hank Crawford. California Concert: The Hollywood Palladium (40th Anniversary Edition) The Best of Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff.
I Hear a Symphony, an Album by Hank Crawford. Released in on Kudu (catalog no. KU 26; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Pop, Disco, Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Hank Crawford (alto saxophone), Alan Rubin (trumpet, flugelhorn), Jon Faddis (trumpet, flugelhorn), Bob Millikan (trumpet, flugelhorn), John Frosk (trumpet, flugelhorn), Barry Rogers (trombone), Fred Wesley (trombone), Tony Studd (bass.
Hank Crawford came over from Atlantic and recorded eight records for Kudu between 19– just as many records, in fact, recorded on Kudu by Grover Washington, Jr,, whose first record and big hit, Inner City Blues, was actually intended to be Hank Crawford’s Kudu debut. I Hear A Symphony, from , is the fifth of Hank’s Kudu.
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