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  1. Tozshura Reply

    The impetus for its breakthrough was equally unlikely; Harris adapted Ernest Gold 's stately, somber theme from the Biblical film Exodus -- which had been covered for an easy listening hit by Ferrante & Teicher -- and made it into a laid-back jazz tune.

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    Covers: SR Labels: VJLP This version has a black label with a rainbow ring around it. Eddie Harris - Exodus To Jazz has an all-black label.

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    EDDIE HARRIS Exodus. was the year of quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.coinfo the second book of the Bible, mind you, but the movie adaptation of Leon Uris's novel based on the Arab-Israeli war that had begun a decade quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.coinfo Trumbo adapted the screenplay from the book and Otto Preminger directed the epic production, which premiered in December and starred Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint and Sal .

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    Comment: Original Vee-Jay SR super clean (Vinyl: VG+) (Cover: VG+) looks and plays excellent sharp nice bright super clean glossy vinyl & labels - glossy cover bright sharp & crisp with inner sleeve, Eddie Harris Exodus to Jazz on Vee-Jay Label original LP cleaned play tested ships from Florida in LP box mailer with tracking.

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    Eddie Harris was born October 20, in Chicago, Illinois. He began his career as a singer in various Baptist churches throughout Chicago. Around the age of 3, Eddie’s cousin, Bernice Benson, who played piano at Eddie’s mother’s church, began teaching him how to play the piano where he learned to play by ear and eventually learned to read music.

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    The In Sound is an album by American jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in and released on the Atlantic label. The album features Harris' first recording of "Freedom Jazz Dance" which would become a jazz standard after featuring on Miles Davis' album Miles Smiles (Columbia, ).

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    Jun 02,  · Theme from Exodus by Ernie Gold, played by Eddie Harris from his first solo record "Exodus to Jazz." According to Wikipedia, this is the first .

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    During those years, Harris was also highly successful commercially, landing the hit single "Theme from Exodus" in As the '60s wore on, Harris changed his format and style so many times that his fans simply could not keep up, rapidly switching between Post Bop, Funk, and Big Band.

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