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Rufus Harley - Bagpipe Blues (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. ATLANTIC ALBUM DISCOGRAPHY, PART 12 Number - Title - Artist [Release Date] (Chart) Contents Atlantic Jazz Series: SD - Bagpipe Blues - Rufus Harley [] SD - Honeybuns - Duke Pearson Nonet [] SD - Portrait in Soul - Valerie Capers [] SD - Money in the Pocket - Joe Zawinul [] SD - Prairie Dog - Duke.
  2. Nov 07,  · Bagpipe Blues ( Remaster) · Rufus Harley Courage: The Atlantic Recordings ℗ Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for .
  3. Bagpipe Blues, an Album by Rufus Harley. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop.
  4. The liner notes are interesting; Rufus was inspired to play bagpipes after watching bagpipe players at President Kennedy's funeral services. He picked up a set at a pawn shop for $ in Earlier on, he had acquired and learned to play the other more common woodwind instruments. And, "Harley is continuing to work days as a maintenance man 3/5(1).
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  6. Rufus Harley, Jr. (b. near Raleigh, North Carolina, May 20, ; d. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 31, ) was an American jazz musician of mixed Cherokee and African ancestry, known primarily as the first jazz musician to adopt the Scottish great Highland bagpipe as his primary instrument.
  7. Harley would release four albums for Atlantic between — plus one track (“Pipin’ the Blues”) on Sonny Stitt’s Deuces Wild album on Atlantic. Harley’s release, Re-Creation of the Gods on the Ankh label, would be his last for awhile. Rufus Harley would re-emerge in to play the bagpipes on one track (“Sweater”) from Laurie Anderson’s debut “avant.
  8. 3 Scotch and Soul Harley 4 Pipin' the Blues Harley 5 Bagpipe Blues Harley 6 More Newell, Oliviero, Ortolani 7 Sufur Harley 8 Taurus the 20th Harley 9 Flute Bag Harley Rufus Harley (Soprano and Tenor Saxophone, Bagpipes, Flute) Sonny Stitt (Alto Saxophone) Herbie Mann (Flute) Oliver Collins (Piano).
  9. “Won’t You be Kind” by Tuba Skinny from the album “Quarantine Album: Unreleased B-Sides”. “Bagpipe Blues” by Rufus Harley from the album “Bagpipe Blues”. “Bag Pipe Blues” by Gunhild Carling. ” Two “Oh No!”s and an “Oh” no “No” ” by Ben Holmes from the album “Naked Lore”.