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Stanley Turrentine, Coleman Hawkins, Lionel Hampton - Giants Of Jazz Volume One FLAC album


Performer: Stanley Turrentine
Genre: Jazz
Title: Giants Of Jazz Volume One
Style: Swing
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Freddie Hubbard/Stanley Turrentine In Concert Volume One is a live album recorded in 1973 by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard and tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine. It was recorded in Chicago and Detroit for Creed Taylor's CTI label and features performances by Hubbard, Turrentine, Eric Gale, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette and Herbie Hancock.

Stan "The Man" Turrentine is the debut album recorded in 1960 by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine originally released on the Time label in 1963, and subsequently re-released on Mainstream as Tiger Tail. It lacks the distinctive Turrentine sound that later albums show. All compositions by Stanley Turrentine except as indicated. Let's Groove" - 6:01. Stolen Sweets" (Wild Bill Davis) - 5:20.

A new version of Last. Lionel Hampton & his Orchestra;Dizzy Gillespie. RCA Victor - 80th Anniversary The First Label in Jazz Volume 2: 1930-1939. Go to artist profile. Stanley Turrentine & The Three Sounds.

Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/ - . 0. Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/15. Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz - Body And Soul. Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/07. Meet Doctor Fo. lac - . 2. Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/14. Coleman Hawkins - Masters Of Jazz (Body And Soul)/04.

The debut by Stanley Turrentine, Look Out! was a remarkable album that introduced the tenor saxophonist’s distinctive style and sound. Introducing the distinctive style and sound of Stanley Turrentine, ‘Look Out!’ kicked off a fertile relationship between the tenor saxophonist and the legendary Blue Note label. Published on. June 18, 2018. Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins. 47. Through For The Night.

Freddie Hubbard/Stanley Turrentine In Concert Volume One (1973). Blue Hour is a collaboration album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine and The Three Sounds recorded for the Blue Note label and performed by Turrentine with Gene Harris, Andrew Simpkins and Bill Dowdy. The album was reissued in 2000 with an additional disc of unreleased recordings, as Blue Hour: The Complete Sessions (Blue Note 24586). Cherry (Stanley Turrentine album). Cherry is a 1972 album by saxophonist Stanley Turrentine featuring Milt Jackson.

Different from many of the historically focused compilations in the Giants of Jazz catalog, this Best of Lionel Hampton concentrates not upon his classic early recordings of the '30s and '40s but instead features the mature Hamp in modern collaborations with bop and mainstream jazz players like saxophonist Dexter Gordon, pianists Hank Jones and Teddy Wilson, guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, bassists Milt. Hinton and George Duvivier and drummer Grady Tate. Hampton could swing any tune in any company, and sounds superb among players of this caliber

Lionel Hampton And His Jazz Giants 77. with Cat Anderson, Eddie Chamblee, Milt Buckner, Billy Mackel. Black & Blue 3. 07; BB-870. The Chronological Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra 1937–1938 ( - RCA Victor recordings. The Chronological Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra 1938–1939 ( - RCA Victor recordings. The Chronological Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra 1939–1940 ( - RCA Victor recordings. The Chronological Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra 1940–1941 ( - RCA Victor recordings; first Decca session.

Tracklist

A1 Stanley Turrentine Brown Eyed Woman
A2 Coleman Hawkins The Bottle's Empty
A3 Lionel Hampton Groovin' Gates
B1 Stanley Turrentine Ma Cherie Amour
B2 Coleman Hawkins Save It Pretty Mama
B3 Lionel Hampton Bad Dude

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Marketed by President Records Limited, London