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I Want A Little Girl - Stanley Turrentine With The Three Sounds - Blue Hour (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ I Want A Little Girl - Stanley Turrentine With The Three Sounds - Blue Hour (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Zulurn
    Buy Blue Hour, The Complete Sessions: Master Takes (CD) by Stanley Turrentine (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
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  2. Shaktijas
    May 28,  · Discogs で Stanley Turrentine With The Three Sounds 参照 Blue Hour, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, , MMBST, ST, BOO Please Send Me Someone To Love" written instead of "I Want A Little Girl" which is what the actual track is. Does anyone know about this?/5().
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  3. Mikagor
    It's hard to single out any one cut, though the opening ballad, "I Want a Little Girl," and the blues classic "Willow Weep for Me" are highlights. The only non-ballad tune is a Gene Harris original, "Blue Riff"—a bouncy blues that effectively cuts the mood and sets your .
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  4. Akira
    May 16,  · More covers followed: The Moonglows , Roy Hamilton , Lloyd Price , each time you get the tune, Percy got the royalties. Fast forward to February , the commercial release of BLP Turrentine and The Three Sounds Blue Hour was imminent. Recording session was held in the run up to Christmas, takes selected, Van Gelder mastering, plating and metal parts completed, .
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  5. Dakinos
    This two-CD set features the trio's entire Blue Hour sessions with saxophonist Stanley Turrentine. With Turrentine's robust, storytelling tenor sound, these dates are no-nonsense straight-ahead numbers and ballads, including "Willow Weep for Me," Andy Razaf's "Gee Baby, Ain't I Been Good to You," and Oscar Pettiford 's "Blues in the Closet."/5(27).
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  6. Baktilar
    This two-CD set features the trio's entire Blue Hour sessions with saxophonist Stanley Turrentine. With Turrentine's robust, storytelling tenor sound, these dates are no-nonsense straight-ahead numbers and ballads, including "Willow Weep for Me," Andy Razaf's "Gee Baby, Ain't I Been Good to You," and Oscar Pettiford's "Blues in the Closet.".
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  7. Shakazragore
    Blue Hour has such a logical match up that it is very surprising that it did not happen again. Stanley Turrentine, the most soulful of all tenor-saxophonists, teams up with Gene Harris and the Three Sounds, one of the most swinging soul jazz trios, a group that was at the height of its popularity. The results are magical and timeless.
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  8. Fezshura
    Stanley Turrentine & The Three Sounds: Blue Hour: The Complete Sessions album review by C. Andrew Hovan, published on October 1, the same line-up went back into the studio and five of the eight pieces attempted made it to the original Blue Hour album. I Want a Little Girl, Gee Baby Aint' I Good To You, Blue Riff, Since I Fell For.
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