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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Dee Dee Bridgewater - Love And Peace - A Tribute To Horace Silver at Discogs. Complete your Dee Dee Bridgewater /5(30).
  2. A must-have if you're a fan of Dee Dee's dynamic singing and rip-roaring scat. If you're a fan of Horace Silver's compositions, all the better--but it's by no means a must for enjoying the album. Horace even makes an appearance on a track or two, easily distinguishable from the pianist's main CD (who does a fine job of his own)/5(26).
  3. If you really love Silver's compositions like "Song for My Father", "Nica's Dream" or "Tokyo Blues", you will really appreciate this album of Dee Dee Bridgewater. This is probably the best album of this great woman. And there is also good french musicians like Thierry Eliez (p) and Lionel Belmondo (tp)/5(12).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Love And Peace - A Tribute To Horace Silver on Discogs/5(12).
  5. Dee Dee Bridgewater - Love & Peace: A Tribute To Horace Silver music CD album at CD Universe, Digitally remastered edition of this album from the acclaimed. Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.
  6. Dee Dee Bridgewater performs 13 of Horace Silver's songs on her very well-conceived release. On most selections she is accompanied by her French quintet, but there are also two guest appearances apiece for organist Jimmy Smith and pianist Silver ("Nice's Dream" and "Song for My Father"). Bridgewater uplifts Silver's lyrics, proves to be in prime form, and swings up a storm.
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  8. A modern classic from Dee Dee Bridgewater – one of her hippest albums of the later years, thanks to a great choice of material, and some really wonderful execution! The album's a beautiful set of straight jazz vocal readings of some of Horace Silver's best compositions, and it also features guest appearances by Silver and Jimmy Smith – both players who still had plenty going on at Brand: Verve (Label).

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