|A1||Night Dance Of Little People||6:28|
|A2||I Waited For You||5:18|
|B1||Blues For Bobby Ward||6:11|
|B2||Something To Live For||6:25|
Bob (Robert) Mover (born March 22, 1952, Boston, Massachusetts) is an alto, tenor and soprano jazz saxophonist and a vocalist. His father was a musician who played professionally including stints with the Charlie Spivak orchestra. He started playing the alto saxophone at age 13, studied with Phil Woods at a summer music camp, and took private lessons with Ira Sullivan.
This is one of Mover's finest recordings to date.
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Other albums by Bob Mover. In the True Tradition. Bob Mover has recorded sporadically as a leader since the late 1970s, but this pair of 2006 sessions features him in an ideal setting, playing both alto and tenor saxes, while also adding a few friendly vocals. He is backed by a top-notch rhythm section, including pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Dennis Irwin (who lost his battle with cancer in early 2008), and drummer Steve Williams.
Bob Mover is one of the greatest and most underexposed musicians in the history of jazz. Hank Jones "Bob Mover's playing and singing has that soulful and melodic shine that I love about the great jazz soloists. Chick Corea People are always amazed when they hear Bob play. Bob Mover at Birdland. Birdland Jazz Club · New York, NY, United States.
Facts about Saxophonist Bob Mover - age: 67, birthplace, horoscope, fanpage, before fame and family, all about Bob Mover's personal life, and more. Explosive saxophone player known for his work as a bandleader, as well as a sideman for other artists, like Steve Holt.
Mover, Bob. Vinyl Records and Rare LPs: In The True Tradition Jazz New - LP 187 Xanadu Sealed 1981 Original Featuring Rufus Reid And Bobby Ward. Things Unseen! Jazz Used - LP 194 Xanadu 1983 Original With Cut Corner. Cover Is VG+ With Some Slight Ring Wear And Rubbing. One Selection On This Album Is A Song Leftover From Mover's Xanadu Debut In The True Tradition; The Altoist Is Heard Jamming With Bassist Rufus Reid And Drummer Bobby Ward On "Jimmy Garrison's Blues" Otherwise This Album Mostly Features Mover With Pianist Albert Dailey, Bassist Ray Drummond.