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The Morning After
written & performed by Henry 'Hank' Mobley
published by and EMI UNART Catalog Inc.
courtesy of Sony/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia and Second Floor Music (for USA)
US rights administered by Grow Your Own Music (BMI), a division of 'A' Side Music, LLC administered by Stiggy Music & Management AB.
(P) 1966 Blue Note Records
under license from Universal Music AB See more »
This was very good. It really set the mood for time periods of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, and of course it was very informative on the music and personal life of Lee Morgan, a great jazz trumpet player. Great interviews with his fellow band members and wife also.
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