Top Al Grey Albums
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Things Ain't What They Used to Be
Things Ain't What They Used to Be
[2018]
Things Ain't What They Used to Be - Summer Trip Version
Things Ain't What They Used to Be - Summer Trip Version
[2015]
Grey's Mood (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (1975))
Grey's Mood (The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions (1975))
[2011]
Essential Jazz Masters
Essential Jazz Masters
[2011]
Matzoh and Grits
Matzoh and Grits
[2006]
Live At Floating Jazz Fest
Live At Floating Jazz Fest
[2002]
Echoes of New Orleans
Echoes of New Orleans
[1998]
The New Al Grey Quintet (Digital Version)
The New Al Grey Quintet (Digital Version)
[1995]
Centerpiece: Live at the Blue Note (feat. Harry
Centerpiece: Live at the Blue Note (feat. Harry "Sweets" Edison And Junior Mance)
[1995]
Christmas Stockin' Stuffer
Christmas Stockin' Stuffer
[1992]
Fab (Digital Only)
Fab (Digital Only)
[1992]
Live At the Floating Jazz Festival
Live At the Floating Jazz Festival
[1991]
Snap Your Fingers
Snap Your Fingers
[1962]
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Al Grey (June 6, 1925 - March 24, 2000) was a Jazz Trombonist who is most remembered for his association with the Count Basie orchestra. Grey is known for his plunger mute (music) technique (comparable only to Tricky Sam Nanton and Wycliffe Gordon), who also wrote an instructional book called "Plunger Techniques".Al Grey was born in Aldie, Virginia and grew up in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. During World War II he served in the Navy where he started playing the trombone. Soon after his discharge he joined Benny Carter's band and later the trombone section of Lionel Hampton. After some solo work Grey joined Dizzy Gillespie's big band in 1956. In October 1957 Count Basie urgently needed a fill-in for his European.. read more