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  1. Why Not!, an Album by Houston Person. Released 12 February on Muse (catalog no. MCD ; CD). Featured peformers: Houston Person (tenor saxophone, producer), Joey DeFrancesco (Hammond organ), Philip Harper (trumpet), Winard Harper (drums), Randy Johnston (guitar), Sammy Figueroa (congas, percussion), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer), Richard Laird (photography)/5(2).
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  3. Details about HOUSTON PERSON Why Not! CD MCD See original listing. HOUSTON PERSON Why Not! CD MCD Condition: Good. Ended: Jun 03, Houston Person - I'm Just A Lucky So And So [New CD] $ $ Free shipping. Vocal Music from Madagascar - Ricky & Mbasalala - EACH CD $2 BUY AT LEAST 4 End date: Jun 03,
  4. Houston Person. In the s, Houston Person kept the soulful, thick-toned tenor tradition of Gene Ammons alive, particularly in his work with organists. After learning piano as a youth, Person switched to tenor. While stationed in Germany with the Army, he played in groups that also included Eddie Harris, Lanny Morgan, Leo Wright, and Cedar Walton. Person picked up valuable experience as a.
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  6. Sep 24,  · Why Not! Houston Person - tenor saxophone Joey DeFrancesco - Hammond organ Philip Harper - trumpet Winard Harper - drums Randy Johnston - guitar Sammy Figueroa - congas & percussion Recorded at.
  7. Houston Person's warm tenor tone, effortless swing, and skill at playing with organists have been taken for granted through the years, since he breaks no new boundaries and is very consistent. On this CD, he forged a new partnership with the young organist Joey DeFrancesco, and they work together perfectly on a set of blues, ballads and standards. 8/
  8. Houston Person is definitely a lucky so and so – blessed with a fantastic tone on the tenor sax, which he's kept strong through decades of recording – at a level that makes this record every bit of a gem as some of Houston 's classics from years back! The album's done in a very classic style, too – Houston 's tenor out front, in a combo with Lafayette Harris on piano, Matthew Parris on.

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