Stanley Turrentine ‎– A Bluish Bag

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Blue Note ‎– 0946 3 85193 2 4
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1 Blues For Del
Written-By – Stanley Turrentine
4:12
2 She's A Carioca
Written-By – Jobim*, Gilbert*, de Moraes*
6:29
3 Manha Da Carnaval
Written-By – A. Maria*, L. Bonfa*
5:52
4 Here's That Rainy Day
Written-By – J. Burke-J. Van Heusen*
5:30
5 What Now My Love
Written-By – Sigman*, Becaud*, Delande*
4:36
6 Samba De Aviao
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
5:10
7 Night Song
Written-By – C. Strouse*, L. Adams*
6:32
8 Days Of Wine And Roses
Written-By – H. Mancini*, J. Mercer*
6:05
9 Come Back To Me
Written-By – A.J. Lerner*, B. Lane*
5:53
10 Silver Tears
Written-By – Henry Mancini
5:05
11 A Bluish Bag
Written-By – Henry Mancini
7:15
12 With This Ring
Written-By – Dixon*, Wylie*, Hester*
5:49

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Recorded on February 17, 1967 (tracks 1-7) and June 9, 1967 (tracks 8-12) at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Tracks 1, 2, 4 & 5 originally issued on New Time Shuffle (LT-993) in 1979.
Tracks 3, 6 & 7 originally issued on Stanley Turrentine (BN-LA 394-2) in 1975.
All other tracks previously unissued.

Printed in the EU.

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N. cat Artista Titolo (Formato) Etichetta N. cat Paese Anno
0946 3 85193 2 4 Stanley Turrentine A Bluish Bag(CD, Comp, Ltd) Blue Note 0946 3 85193 2 4 US 2007 Vendi questa versione

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streetmouse

streetmouse

8 gennaio 2016

Recording in an endless variety of forms and genres, here, we find Stanley Turrentine creating a template for Blue Note Records, ushering a style known as Soul Jazz ... and with his nine plus years with the label, this is what, as a solo artist, he’s most known for. This set of songs was drawn from a couple of sessions laid down in early 1967, and at the time, not released by Blue Note; and what a mistake that was.

Riding shotgun with [not to] Stanley, we find McCoy Tyner on Piano, along with Donald Byrd on trumpet, where they create a slightly smooth and satisfying atmosphere from beginning to end, featuring an assortment of ultra fine sax solos, and deeply considered horns, all arranged to entice, capture, and lay waste to the listener. One of the most interesting aspects to the release is that due to the incorporated arrangements, Mr. Turrentine sits quietly in the background, and equal player among so many greats, stepping forward only with his solos, and then stepping back into the shadows, giving the release a warm glow and a comfortable feel that will not fail to please.

Review by Jenell Kesler