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“Prior to this they'd stuck mainly to standards -- "If I Was a Bell," "Love for Sale," "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" -- but now they cut loose on some bebop classics, concluding with Sonny Rollins's "Oleo," which Jensen and Harris launched into at such blistering speedthat I actually gripped the edge of my table.”
“On the Sonny Rollins composition "Oleo," Mr. Steig and Mr. Zeitlin each soloed with ferocious thrust, chutzpah, swing and -- one of the most challenging accomplishments in jazz -- a feeling of delirious freedom within the discipline of a harmonic structure.”
“Those enamored of Martino'''s fleet-fingered heroics will have plenty to feast on here -- from the breakneck tempo of the opening "Oleo" to the hard-swinging "El Hombre," Martino and DeFrancesco trade lines with an assurance that few musicians can muster.”
“But "Oleo" (a provocative new melody based on the "I Got Rhythm" changes) is a masterpiece.”
“Nevertheless, in a post entitled the Weimar Republic, Oleo do Diabo [pt] discusses what would happen if Sarney leaves his position in the Senate nowadays, analyzing the current political scenario:”
“One of my Grama's most memorable phrases was, "We don't have any butter, but we have Oleo.”
“A few years back I used my Grandma's recipe and had to ask a stranger what the heck Oleo was!”
“Kkryno -- Grandma still says Oleo -- I had to ask what that was!”
“O my recipes from my grandma, they also all call for Oleo, if they're not calling for lard.”
“This moist, fine-crumbed cake is always made with cocoa and buttermilk, but recipes vary in if they call for shortening, butter or, as the one in my possession, Oleo.”
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