Shirley Scott - On A Clear Day album flac
Title: On A Clear Day
MP3 album: 1742 mb
FLAC album: 1774 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Blues
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. UMG (от лица компании "GRP"); LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, PEDL, CMRRA, LatinAutor, Warner Chappell, UBEM. UMG (от лица компании "GRP"); UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, ABKCO Music, In. LatinAutor, UBEM" и другие авторские общества (2).
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. A2. What’ll I Do? 4:30. A3. Cold Winter Blues. On A Clear Day (LP, Album).
On a Clear Day is an album by American jazz organist Shirley Scott recorded in 1966 for the Impulse! label.
The Howard Roberts Quartet On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. Bill Evans On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever). Barbra Streisand On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever). Beegie Adair On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever). Matt Monro On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.
Biography by Alex Henderson. Gifted jazz organist whose eclectic style encompassed the blues and bebop. On a Clear Day. Impulse!
Recorded the following year, Scottie is on a similar footing with Scott’s debut. Hong Pong’ is all about the Blues. Diane’ and ‘Please Send Me Someone to Love’ feature both organ and piano. Scott’s piano work is beautiful and the combination works well. The Queen of the Organ’s next offering is a 1959 album that honors Duke Ellington. The tribute features a mind-blowing ‘Caravan. The band plays a fun retelling of ‘C Jam Blues. ‘In A Sentimental Mood’ and ‘In A Mellow Tone’ are also noteworthy. The final album here is Shirley’s Sounds from 1961. Scott has great phrasing on ‘Baby Won’t You Please Come Home,’ but the highlight is ‘Back Home Again in Indiana. I believe that Scott is a great player with fantastic improvisational abilities. That said, the quality of her playing is eclipsed by her sound. Scott’s sound is anchored in that kitschy spectrum of the Hammond organ that makes it difficult to think of anything other than yesteryear’s roller rinks.
Shirley Scott was born in Philadelphia in 1934. Famous for her impeccable sense of swing and leadership within soul jazz, she developed her reputation on the Hammond B3 organ. While she was growing up, her father ran a jazz club in the family basement where prestigious musicians performed, including pianist Red Garland, drummer Philly Joe Jones and tenor saxophonist Al Steele. Scott herself began playing music when her brother . needed accompaniment for his tenor sax. She took up the piano and quickly developed a thirst for solos. Together, Scott and Davis were prolific artists, releasing the popular series of Cookbook albums for Prestige Records. In 1958, Scott released her first solo recording, Great Scott, and went on to record more than 50 solo albums throughout her career. She also performed and recorded with her husband, tenor player Stanley Turrentine. In 1991, Scott began teaching jazz history and piano at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
|A1||On A Clear Day You Can See Forever||4:42|
|A2||What’ll I Do?||4:30|
|A3||Cold Winter Blues||3:43|
|B1||What The World Needs Now Is Love||3:54|
|B3||Days Of Wine And Roses||5:15|
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Design [Cover] – Robert Flynn
- Design [Liner] – Joe Lebow
- Drums – Jimmy Cobb
- Engineer – Bob Simpson
- Organ – Shirley Scott
- Photography By [Cover] – Charles Stewart*
- Producer – Bob Thiele
NotesGatefold cover with printed inner company sleeve.
|A-9109||Shirley Scott||On A Clear Day (LP, Album, Mono)||Impulse!||A-9109||US||1966|
|AS-9109||Shirley Scott||On A Clear Day (LP, Album, RE)||ABC Records, Impulse!||AS-9109||US||1972|
|UCCI-9074||Shirley Scott||On A Clear Day (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Impulse!||UCCI-9074||Japan||2001|
|MVCJ-19080||Shirley Scott||On A Clear Day (CD, Album, RE)||Impulse!||MVCJ-19080||Japan||1998|
|AS-9109||Shirley Scott||On A Clear Day (LP, Album)||Impulse!||AS-9109||US||1966|