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Heaven and Earth is the 13th studio album by Al Jarreau. It was produced by Narada Michael Walden and Louis Biancaniello. The album won Jarreau the Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male in 1993. Essentially a collection of R&B songs produced with the artist's jazz and pop sensibilities in mind, Heaven and Earth contains a two-part cover of the Miles Davis tune "Blue in Green," from Davis's Kind of Blue, that demonstrates Jarreau's considerable prowess as a vocal interpreter and scat singer.
Al Jarreau, Metropole Orkest, Vince Mendoza. 2012 Live From Theater aan de Parade, Den Bosch, Netherlands/2011. Lean on Me. Al Jarreau. A Salute To Bill Withers. Improvisations Album One.
Glow is an album by Al Jarreau that was released in 1976. All Songs Written by Al Jarreau except where noted. Rainbow in Your Eyes" (Leon Russell) – 4:30. Your Song" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) " – 5:38. gua de Beber" (Antônio Carlos Jobim,Vinicius de Moraes) – 3:57. Have You Seen the Child" – 3:48. Fire and Rain" (James Taylor) – 4:49. Somebody's Watching You" (Sylvester Stuart)" – 3:48. Al Jarreau – vocals, effects.
A smooth crooner with a flair for scat singing, vocal icon Al Jarreau released jazz, pop, and R&B records across four decades, winning seven Grammy Awards in the process.
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Listen to music from Al Jarreau like Mornin', We're In This Love Together & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Al Jarreau. Alwin Lopez Jarreau (12 March 1940 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 12 february 2017, Los Angeles, California), known popularly as Al Jarreau, was an American, Grammy Award–winning jazz singer. Versatile in his singing style, Jarreau is a twelve-time Grammy-nominated vocalist and the only vocalist in history to win a Grammy Award in three separate categories: jazz, pop, and R&B. As the son of a vicar, he had his first singing experiences in a church choir.
Al Jarreau- Live in London, recorded before a SRO crowd at Wembley Arena in 1985, continued to solidify Jarreau’s reputation as a world-class master of both studio and stage. Following the live album, Jarreau teamed with top producer Nile Rodgers for L Is For Lover, which brought some new styles and sounds to the singer's repertoire. He continued to top the stateside charts in 1987 and became a weekly guest in America's living rooms singing the Grammy® nominated theme song for the hit television series Moonlighting
Arranged By – Al Jarreau (tracks: B1, B2, B5), David Foster (tracks: A1, A4), Greg Mathieson (tracks: B3), Jay Graydon (tracks: A1, A3 to B3, B5), Michael Omartian (tracks: A2), Tom Canning (tracks: B1, B2, B5. Backing Vocals – Al Jarreau (tracks: A1, A3 to B2), Bill Champlin (tracks: A2), Richard Page (tracks: A2), Venetta Gloud (tracks: A2). Bass – Abe Laboriel (tracks: A1, A3 to B3, B5). Concertmaster – Jerry Vinci (tracks: B4). Coordinator – Shirley Klein.