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Christopher Hollyday - The Natural Moment FLAC

Christopher Hollyday - The Natural Moment FLAC
Christopher Hollyday
The Natural Moment
FLAC size:
1598 mb
MP3 size:
2397 mb
WMA size:
2924 mb


1Had To Be Brad
2Every Time We Say Goodbye
3All New Meaning
4The Natural Moment
5Scorpio Rising
8Point Of Delirium
9Johnny Red


  • Barcode: 012416311823


  • Record Company – BMG


Christopher Hollyday - Christopher Hollyday 1989 - Full Album - Продолжительность: 1:00:36. The Natural Moment is a studio album by jazz alto saxophonist Christopher Hollyday. This was alto saxophonist Christopher Hollyday's third album. It was pianist Brad Mehldau's first recording. The album was recorded in January 1991. Hollyday performs five of his driving originals and a song apiece from Peter Bernstein, Walter Davis Jr. John Webber, and Cole Porter. Listen free to Christopher Hollyday The Natural Moment Scorpio Rising, Had To Be Brad and more. 9 tracks 51:00. buy album. Christopher Hollyday. Shop for Music. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and through our retail affiliations you'll support us in the process. Rare vinyl LPs and CDs from over 1,000 independent sellers. The Natural Moment is a hard bop music album recording by CHRISTOPHER HOLLYDAY released in 1991 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. 1 Scorpio Rising 2 Had To Be Brad 3 All New Meaning 4 Point Of Delirium 5 Every Time We Say Goodbye 6 Johnny Red 7 Afterglow 8 Idleism 9 The Natural Moment. Alto Saxophone Christopher. Christopher Hollyday, San Diego, California. The San Diego based jazz saxophonist and music educator performs a blazing set of straight. 9 February . Compare similar products. You are viewing. Christopher Hollyday - The Natural Moment CD. Trending price. The Natural Moment. Just better. Studio album by Christopher Hollyday. Studio album by. January 1991. The Natural Moment was released by RCA Novus. The Penguin Guide to Jazz wrote that the music seems over-intense, as if Hollyday were reacting to the usual charges of neo-conservatism by trying to prove how