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  • Performer: Stanley Turrentine
  • Album: Z.T.'s Blues
  • FLAC: 1498 mb | MP3: 1956 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Country: US
  • Style: Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Stanley Turrentine - Z.T.'s Blues album flac

Tracklist

1 Z.T.'s Blues 6:40
2 More Than You Know 6:05
3 The Lamp Is Low 6:04
4 The Way You Look Tonight 5:41
5 For Heaven's Sake 4:42
6 I Wish I Knew 5:31
7 Be My Love 5:13

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Universal Classics & Jazz
  • Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Credits

  • Bass – Paul Chambers
  • Design – Paula Scher
  • Drums – Art Taylor
  • Guitar – Grant Green
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Chuck Stewart
  • Piano – Tommy Flanagan
  • Producer [Original Sessions] – Alfred Lion
  • Producer [Produced For Release] – Michael Cuscuna
  • Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
  • Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine

Notes

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on September 13, 1961

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988005 828316
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BST 84424 Stanley Turrentine Z.T.'s Blues ‎(LP, Album) Blue Note BST 84424 US 1985
BST 84424 Stanley Turrentine Z.T.'s Blues ‎(LP, Album) Blue Note BST 84424 France 1985
CDP 7 84424 2 Stanley Turrentine Z.T.'s Blues ‎(CD, Album, RE) Blue Note CDP 7 84424 2 US 1988
4BN 84424 Stanley Turrentine Z.T.'s Blues ‎(Cass, Album, RM, XDR) Blue Note 4BN 84424 Canada 1985
4BN 84424 Stanley Turrentine Z.T.'s Blues ‎(Cass, Album, RM, XDR) Blue Note 4BN 84424 US 1985

Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine Bass – Paul Chambers Drums – Art Taylor Guitar – Grant Green Piano – Tommy .

ZT's Blues is the fifth album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine recorded for the Blue Note label in 1961 but not released until 1985 and performed by Turrentine with Tommy Flanagan, Grant Green, Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor. If you can find a copy of this, it is a keeper".

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Stanley Turrentine With The Three Sounds. Stanley Turrentine, tenor sax; Gene Harris, piano; Andrew Simpkins, bass; Bill Dowdy, drums. The Way You Look Tonight. Blue Note BST 84424, CDP 7 84424 2 Stanley Turrentine - . Shirley Scott - Stanley Turrentine Quartet. Stanley Turrentine, tenor sax; Shirley Scott, organ; George Tucker, bass; Otis Finch, drums.

As the man who wrote the liner notes says, Stanley Turrentine may be the only Texas tenor player to come out of Pittsburgh - and you can hear several of the reasons why in this distillation of his Blue Note dates from 1960 to 1966, plus a grand leap all the way to 1984. Smiley Stacy" is a Les McCann blues swinger that inspires a tough, characteristically pointed solo from Turrentine and some real burning from McCann and bassist Herbie Lewis - and he digs deeply into "God Bless the Child," with then-wife Shirley Scott acting cool and caressing on the Hammond organ.

The Very Best Of Stanley Turrentine. Singles & EPs. Play. Turrentine spent the '60s as sideman for Herbie Hancock and Horace Silver, cutting solo albums for Blue Note, and in musical partnership with his (former) wife, organist Shirley Scott. In the early '70s, Turrentine's honey-drenched sound became big with the “” crowd, while his first Crossover albums (such as the deeply bluesy Sugar) were also well-received.