Stanley Turrentine

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Tracklist1 – This Time The Dream’s On Me     4:56 2 – Delilah     6:01 3 – But Not For Me     3:47 4 – Phinupi     4:40 5 – Love, Your Spell Is Everywhere     4:46 6 – Scotch Blues     7:56 7 – Weaver Of Dreams     4:40 8 – Swingin’     9:33 9 – Chitlins Con Carne ...

The Three Sounds were pianist Gene Harris, bassist Andy Simpkins, and drummer Bill Dowdy, and they swung in-the-pocket. Although they were not as acclaimed as the Modern Jazz Quartet, the Ramsey Lewis Trio, and other marquee combos, their streamlined sound bridged Count Basie and bebop into a modern yet grooving sensibility. This two-CD set features the trio’s entire 1960 Blue ...

Review by Steve Leggett Although she freely offered Jimmy Smith as her main influence, Philadelphia’s Shirley Scott brought her own mixture of sophistication and soul jazz funk to her Hammond B-3 recordings. Less blues-based than Smith, she had a softer tone and tackled a wider range of material, although, like Smith, she was arguably at her best in the trio ...

Review by Ken Dryden Recorded during the same 1990 gig at Fat Tuesday’s as the earlier Fourmost CD, Fourmost Return features Jimmy Smith, Stanley Turrentine, Kenny Burrell, and Grady Tate in great form once again, so this is no compilation of lukewarm leftovers. The music includes a burning, up-tempo take of “Sonnymoon for Two” and a bluesy and lyrical interpretation ...

This two CD collection was originally released as part of Blue Note’s 60th Anniversary boxed set. Jimmy Smith, who was signed by Alfred Lion after he saw just one of Smith’s shows, sets the pace for this chronicle of the organ fever of soul jazz. Other great organists featured include John Patton, Larry Young, and Freddie Roach. Aggressive and funky, ...

 Kenneth Earl Burrell, nació el 31 de Julio de 1931 en una de las grandes localidades del blues Kenneth Earl Burrell, nació el 31 de Julio de 1931 en una de las grandes localidades del blues en los Estados Unidos: la muy industrial ciudad de Detroit. En su familia todos eran músicos y el ambiente no podía ser más propicio ...

Never Let Me Go is the eighth album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine recorded for the Blue Note label and performed by Turrentine with Shirley Scott, Major Holley, Ray Barretto and Al Harewood, with Sam Jones and Clarence Johnston replacing Holley, Barretto and Harewood on two tracks. Review by Thom JurekThis 1961 groove date by Stanley Turrentine is an example ...

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