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martes, 24 de enero de 2017

Shirley Scott • On A Clear Day

Review by Scott Yanow
Most of organist Shirley Scott's records in the 1960s featured her husband, tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, so this trio effort with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Jimmy Cobb was a change of pace. As usual, Scott features an off-the-wall tune ("What The World Needs Now Is Love") in her repertoire, along with standards (including "On A Clear Day" and selections by Henry Mancini, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Irving Berlin) and a couple of basic originals. The music grooves and Scott shows that she did not need a competing horn in order to come up with soulful and swinging ideas.

1 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever 4:42
2 What’ll I Do? 4:30
3 Cold Winter Blues 3:43
4 All Alone 4:41
5 What The World Needs Now Is Love 3:54
6 Corcovado 5:17
7 Days Of Wine And Roses 5:15
8 Instant Blues 6:11

Organ – Shirley Scott
Bass – Ron Carter
Drums – Jimmy Cobb

Recorded January 6, 1966.

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    1. This rip I have it for 5 years, I do not remember its origin, I think it is a CD, and apparently all versions in cd are Japanese.