Stanley Turrentine - The Best Of Stanley Turrentine The Blue Note Years album flac
- Album: The Best Of Stanley Turrentine The Blue Note Years
- FLAC: 1143 mb | MP3: 1371 mb
- Released: 1989
- Style: Bop, Hard Bop, Post Bop
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 994
- Format: VOC DTS VOX WAV ASF FLAC APE
|1||One O'Clock Jump||7:47|
|3||Manha De Carnaval||5:51|
|4||Someone To Watch Over Me||7:45|
|5||The Way You Look Tonight||5:42|
|7||Can't Buy Me Love||6:48|
|8||God Bless The Child||3:56|
|9||More Than You Know||6:05|
|10||A Taste Of Honey||3:54|
|11||Willow Weep For Me||9:57|
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
Notesadditional booklet (black/white) in Japanese with covers of the individual albums which are used as sources for this compilation.
Year of release can only be found on the CD.
Additional Informations on CD are:
MFD BY TOSHIBA EMI LTD. IN JAPAN
Track 1: 1961 10 21 from A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK written by Count Basie
Track 2: 1966 07 08 from EASY WALKER written by Arthur Schwartz-Dietz
Track 3: 1967 02 17 from NEW TIME SHUFFLE (LT 993) written by Antonio Maria, Luiz Bonfa
Track 4: 1961 01 20 from COMIN YOUR WAY' written by G.& I.Gershwin
Track 5: no further informations written by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern
Track 6: no further informations written by Jerome Kern & Otto Harbach
Track 7: 1964 09 04 from MR.NATURAL (LT 1075) written by Lennon & McCartney
Track 8: 1963 02 13 from NEVER LET ME GO written by Billie Holiday & Arthur Herzog,
Track 9: 1961 03 13 from Z.T'S BLUES written by Vincent Youmans
Track 10: 1965 04 14 from JOYRIDE written by Bobby Scott & Ric Marlow
Track 11: 1960 12 16 from BLUE HOUR written by Ann Ronell
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 988006 631724
- Matrix / Runout: CJ 28-5170 1M TO
Musicians: Tenor Saxophone-Stanley Turrentine. Drums- Gerrick King, Jimmy Madison.
Stanley William Turrentine, also known as "Mr. T" or "The Sugar Man", (April 5, 1934 – September 12, 2000) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist.
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