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  1. Check out I'm Not So Sure by Roy Hargrove on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on goffslamapcumturicesfimerteamegutt.xyzinfo From the Album Earfood (bonus track version) May 19, I'm Not So Sure. I'm Not So Sure. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Sold by goffslamapcumturicesfimerteamegutt.xyzinfo Services LLC. Additional taxes may apply.
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  3. Apr 30,  · Roy Hargrove Earfood album () Roy Hargrove Earfood album () Skip navigation Sign in. The Roy Hargrove Quintet - I'm not so sure - .
  4. Aug 10,  · Where Hargrove truly puts on his Morgan shoes is when he begins his solo on "I'm Not So Sure." It is exquisitely reminiscent of Morgan's famous solo on Bobby Timmons' "Moanin.'" Hargrove spits his opening four solo notes out with the funk authority author David H. Rosenthal described as "bad" in his book Hard Bop: Black Music and Jazz
  5. I initially fell in love with the opening tune, I'm Not So Sure, because I'd heard it played live by a university combo, and was intrigued. It's awesome. Strasbourg/St. Denis is probably the real gem, though. Such a well-executed piece. Earfood is the first release I bought of Roy's, and while I've purchased others, it's still my fave!/5().
  6. The Roy Hargrove Quintet is a jazz quintet formed and led by Roy Hargrove. Two albums ('s With the Tenors of Our Time and 's Earfood) have been released under this name, and the group continues to tour. As of , the members were Roy Hargrove on trumpet, Justin Robinson on alto saxophone, Gerard Clayton on piano, Danton Boller on bass, and Montez Coleman on drums.
  7. Sep 25,  · Wasting no time in showcasing his fine interpretive skills, Hargrove opens the disc with the searing Cedar Walton number, “I’m Not So Sure”, depositing loads of .
  8. Jul 11,  · I initially fell in love with the opening tune, I'm Not So Sure, because I'd heard it played live by a university combo, and was intrigued. It's awesome. Strasbourg/St. Denis is probably the real gem, though. Such a well-executed piece. Earfood is the first release I bought of Roy's, and while I've purchased others, it's still my fave!

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