Jaw-dropping collection of extremely groovy Jazz and Soul tracks from the late '60s and early '70s, courtesy of the Atlantic and Warner Brothers labels. Although not as Psychedelic as their Rock counterparts, these exhilarating tracks are still very soul-expanding and mind-blowing! Features far out selections by Gary Burton ('Vibrafinger'), Freddie Hubbard ('This Is Combat I Know'), Charles Lloyd ('Sorcery'), Yusef Lateef ('Back Home'), Eddie Harris ('Smoke Signals') and more, including the very rare 'Spontaneous Simplicity' by the man who was born Psychedelic, Sun Ra. Track Listings 1. Vibrafinger - Gary Burton 2. Back Home - Yusef Lateef 3. Freaks For The Festival - Rahsaan Roand Kirk 4. Spontaneous Simplicity - Sun Ra 5. This Is Combat I Know - Freddie Hubbard 6. Raymond Winchester - Yusef Lateef 7. Sorcery - Charles Lloyd 8. Check It All Out - Black Heat 9. Mirror - Charlie Mariano 10. Smoke Signals - Eddie Harris 11. Threnody For Sharon Tate - Freddie Hubbard
0:00 Intro Lectric Chile Goat 0:55 Abierto 4:55 Organism 9:02 Thank You MK 12:54 Tatanka 17:04 Interlude Train of Thought 18:24 It Gets Heavy 21:47 Thin Brown Layer 26:28 Interlude So Many Years Ago 27:13 Terra Unfirma 31:18 Gettin' It Together 34:40 Another Brother Gone 37:09 Broken Blood 40:58 Interlude And the Day Goes By 42:25 Lost Unfound 45:57 The Color of Life 49:55 Falling Awake One of Tommy's best works. Please share!
Metro's 2001 compilation Espionage: The Very Best of the James Taylor Quartet collects much of the best of the James Taylor Quartet's recordings from the early '90s, capturing their stylishly funky acid jazz quite well. There are two covers of Booker T. & the MG's -- "Green Onions" and "Be My Girl" -- some '60s and '70s film and TV covers ("Mission Impossible," "Blow Up," "Theme from Dirty Harry," "Starsky and Hutch") and those two extremes pretty much capture what the quartet sounds like: funky soul given a cinematic spin. This well-chosen, well-annotated collection provides a good introduction to their world. Trackllistings 1. Mission Imposible 2. Be My Girl 3. Untitled no 1 4. Blow Up 5. Green Onions [Live] 6. Cat 7. Money Spyder 8. Strol 9. Car Chase 10. Theme from Dirty Harry 11. In the Hand of the Inevitable 12. Stepping into My Life - Alison Limerick 13. Europa 14. Haitian Breakdown/Starsky and Hutch [Live]
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. Promotional use only. The best mindblowing spaced-out jazz grooves. 1. Roy Ayers - The Fuzz (4:11) 2. The Dave Pike Set - Mathar (3:43) 3. Pierre Henry - Psyche Rock (2:49) 4. Dorothy Ashby - The Moving Finger (5:40) 5. Wolfgang Dauner Quintet - Uwiii (2:59) 6. Volker Kriegel - Zoom (6:58) 7. Don Sebesky - Guru-Vin (4:35) 8. Jimmy Smith - The Burning Spear (3:56) 9. Gabor Szabo - Summertime (2:30) 10. The Kuhn Brothers & The Mad Rockers - Misty Purple (5:19) 11. Okko - Ganges Delta (3:15) 12. Jonny Teupen - Love Me (6:20) 13. Free Orbit - Big Family (4:10) 14. The Mick Nock Underground - The Squire (5:30) 15. Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - Season Of The Witch (7:57) 16. Gabor Szabo - Mizrab (3:31)
Artist: Lisa Lövbrand Title: Embraceable Year Of Release: 2007 Label: Lovbrand / EQ Music Genre: Vocal Jazz Tracks: 01. Light My Fire 00:00 02. Lisa Lovbrand with Chris Botti / Embraceable You 05:01 03. Smile 10:00 04. The Man I Love 13:00 05. Lisa Lovbrand with David Foster / When I Fall in Love 17:51 06. The Nearness of You 21:27 07. Over the Rainbow 26:36 08. These Foolish Things 30:41 09. Seagulls 34:20 10. Lisa Lovbrand with Paul Buchanan / Come Rain or Come Shine 38:52 11. Good Morning Heartache 43:51