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lunes, 28 de agosto de 2017

Stanley Turrentine ‎• Let It Go

Review by Stephen Cook
For fans ready to graduate from Stanley Turrentine's many fine Blue Note sets, this excellent mid-'60s date on Impulse should be the perfect option. Joined by then-wife Shirley Scott on organ, Turrentine revels in a fine array of medium cookers, three of which came from his own pen. The covers are just as impressive, including a clutch of late-night blues and ballads from the standards canon ("Time After Time") and the Ellington ("The Feeling of Jazz") and Basie catalogs ("Sent for You Yesterday"). And making it all swing in the pocket, Turrentine and Scott get top-drawer support from bassists Ron Carter and Bob Cranshaw and drummers Mack Simpkins and Otis Finch. Enjoy.

1 - Let It Go    5:50
2 - On A Clear Day You Can See Forever    6:52
3 - Ciao, Ciao    5:35
4 - 'Tain't What You Do (It's How You Do It)    5:25
5 - Good Lookin' Out    5:17
6 - Sure As You're Born    4:40
7 - Deep Purple    4:45
8 - Time After Time    9:20
9 - Sent For You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)    5:38
10 - The Lamp Is Low    8:04
11 - The Feeling Of Jazz    4:16

Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: 8 to 11), Ron Carter (tracks: 1 to 7)
Drums – Mack Simpkins (tracks: 1 to 7), Otis Candy Finch (tracks: 8 to 11)
Organ – Shirley Scott
Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine

Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Recorded at Van Gelder Studios on April 6, 1966 (#1-2, 5, 7) /  April 15, 1966 (#3-4, 6) / September 21, 1964 (#8-11)
Engineer [Recording] – Rudy Van Gelder
"Let it go" originally released in 1966.
Track 8 originally released on " The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 3 " - Various ( 1965 ).
Tracks 9 to 11 originally released on " Everybody loves a lover " - Shirley Scott ( 1964 ).
Post production at The Review Room / NYC.

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4 comentarios:

  1. Very nice album....I had the privilege of seeing ST live in the 1990's at an outdoor jazz festival in a public park, and he really knew how to connect with an audience. Also a master of his instrument. Thanks for sharing this, which I had not heard but which is wonderful and I will play a lot.

    1. There are many musicians who manage to transmit their work live, just as in their recordings, thank you very much for your comment.