Stanley Turrentine ‎– Salt Song

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1 Gilbraltar
Written-By – F. Hubbard*
10:19
2 I Told Jesus
Adapted By – Stanley TurrentineArranged By – Eumir DeodatoWritten-By – Trad.*
7:38
3 Salt Song
Written-By – M. Nascimento*
7:15
4 I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do
Written-By – L. Pockriss*, P. Vance*
4:34
5 Storm
Written-By – S. Turrentine*
7:34
Bonus Track
6 Vera Cruz
Bass – Russell GeorgeFlute – Jerome RichardsonGuitar – SivucaPercussion – Dom Um Romao, João PalmaWritten-By – M. Nascimento*
5:04

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Tracks 1 to 5 recorded at Van Gelder Studios, July 7 & 13, 1971
Track 6 recorded at Van Gelder Studios, April 23, 1971. Bonus track not on Original LP.
Remixed at Sony Music Studio, NY- SBM (Super Bit Mapping).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-65126-2 3

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CTI 6010 Stanley Turrentine Salt Song(LP, Album, Gat) CTI Records CTI 6010 US 1971 Sell This Version
CTI 6010 Stanley Turrentine Salt Song(LP, Album, Gat) CTI Records CTI 6010 US 1971 Sell This Version
CTI 6010 Stanley Turrentine Salt Song(LP, Album, Gat) CTI Records CTI 6010 Canada 1971 Sell This Version
5129352 Stanley Turrentine Salt Song(CD, Album, RE) CTI Records 5129352 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
OW 536 Stanley Turrentine Salt Song(LP, Album) One Way (2) OW 536 Brazil 1973 Sell This Version

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Expansive09

Expansive09

January 27, 2016
A must for any fan of early CTI records/cds. This album grooves very nicely with a subtle funkiness. The opening track Gibraltar has Stanley soloing with an ensemble in mind and plays sweet and soulfully without coming across as a mentor for smooth jazz. Eric Gales playing on the opening number is also worthy of mention utilizing arpeggiated chords, octaves and soloing with sheer angelic beauty. Not a bad track on this a Rudy Van Gelder produced gem. One last thing about this recording that makes it all the more special aside from Gales contribution you have Billy Cobham and Ron Carter as a titanium atomically tight rhythmic backbone something that definitely is worth checking out!