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Charles Tolliver - Mosaic Select 20 (2005) [3CD] {MS-020}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at May 31, 2011
Charles Tolliver - Mosaic Select 20 (2005) [3CD] {MS-020}

Charles Tolliver - Mosaic Select 20 (2005) [3CD] {MS-020}
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© 2005 Mosaic Records / Strata-East | MS-020
Jazz / Hard Bop / Post Bop / Trumpet

In the 1970's, the trumpeter Charles Tolliver was a righteous force in New York straight-ahead jazz. He pushed his energy to sustain sets of long, wending tunes with his quartet, which didn't include another horn player. The music – created in tandem with the pianist Stanley Cowell – was based on middle-period Coltrane: dark, modal, hard-driving, springy. Mr. Tolliver released it on his own label, Strata-East, setting an early and effective example of self-reliance in the jazz business. This set collects three out-of-print albums from Strata-East from 1970 to 1973, recorded live at Slugs' in New York and at a concert hall in Tokyo, and they're hard bop with a vengeance.
The Stanley Brothers - An Evening Long Ago (1956) {Columbia Legacy CK 86747 rel 2004}

The Stanley Brothers - An Evening Long Ago (1956) {Columbia Legacy CK 86747 rel 2004}
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© 1956, 2004 Columbia / Legacy / Sony Music | CK 86747
Bluegrass / Country / Traditional Bluegrass / Bluegrass-Gospel / Traditional Country

Larry Ehrlich was at end of a long day in a studio in Bristol, VA. Carter and Ralph Stanley as well as Ralph Mayo and Curley Lambert entered the studio in front of one microphone, and Ehrlich, after seeing them play hog callings, a couple of radio shows, and a barn dance, asked the band to sing some of the traditional songs they had been recording for the past 16 years. The results, completely unearthed until now, are no less than stunning. This is the Stanleys as listeners have never heard them: laid-back, relaxed, and full of recollection and goodwill, singing and playing songs as familiar to them as their upbringing.
Charles Earland - Slammin' And Jammin' (1998) {Savant SCD 2008 rec 1997}

Charles Earland - Slammin' And Jammin' (1998) {Savant SCD 2008 rec 1997}
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© 1998 Savant Records | SCD 2008
Jazz / Soul Jazz / Jazz-Funk / Groove / Hammond B-3 Organ

In a year notable by the too-high incidence of jazz losses, Charles Earland quietly left this planet on Saturday, December 11, 1999. Known as the Mighty Burner for the intense way he commanded the Hammond B-3, the always working, too-heavy 58-year-old Earland made his departure via heart failure following one last performance in Kansas City.

Charles Lloyd - Jumping The Creek (2005) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at July 3, 2017
Charles Lloyd - Jumping The Creek (2005) [Repost]

Charles Lloyd - Jumping The Creek (2005)
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Contemporary Jazz, Post-Bop | Label: ECM | # ECM 1911, 982 4130 | 01:08:50

Jumping the Creek is an album by jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd, recorded in January 2004 by Lloyd with Geri Allen, Robert Hurst and Eric Harland. The album received wide critical acclaim. The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars and states "this, like Lloyd's other recordings on ECM is about emotion, feeling, and a sense of peace and serenity. Lloyd uses the rough places in his improvisations, to be sure, but it is only to make the rough places plain, limpid, utterly integrated in a serene whole. On Jumping the Creek he succeeds seamlessly and ups his own artistic ante". The All About Jazz review by John Kelman stated "Jumping the Creek represents a clear highlight in a career filled with memorable milestones".

Stanley Clarke - East River Drive (1993) {Epic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 2, 2017
Stanley Clarke - East River Drive (1993) {Epic}

Stanley Clarke - East River Drive (1993) {Epic}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 435MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 166MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz-Funk, Fusion

Albums came less frequently from Stanley Clarke in the 1990s as film scores took up more and more of his time. Not only that, the ideas and functions of film music play a large role in East River Drive, where selections come as often as not in the form of cue-like vamps, as well as two actual themes from Clarke's scores for the films Poetic Justice and Boyz N the Hood. Oddly enough, Clarke's music benefits from his film immersion, for his compositional ideas are sharper and more sophisticated here, and he applies them to a range of electric music idioms.

How to Let God Solve Your Problems: 12 Keys for Finding Clear Guidance in Life's Trials  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at April 10, 2017
How to Let God Solve Your Problems: 12 Keys for Finding Clear Guidance in Life's Trials

Charles Stanley, "How to Let God Solve Your Problems: 12 Keys for Finding Clear Guidance in Life's Trials"
ISBN: 1400200954 | 2008 | EPUB | 160 pages | 417 KB

Deserfest: A Celebration of the Life and Works of Stanley Deser  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Feb. 14, 2017
Deserfest: A Celebration of the Life and Works of Stanley Deser

Michael James Duff, James T Liu, Kellogg S Stelle, "Deserfest: A Celebration of the Life and Works of Stanley Deser"
2006 | pages: 390 | ISBN: 9812560823 | DJVU | 2,2 mb

Charles Tolliver Big Band - With Love (2006) {Blue Note}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Nov. 23, 2016
Charles Tolliver Big Band - With Love (2006) {Blue Note}

Charles Tolliver Big Band - With Love (2006) {Blue Note}
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Genre: jazz, big band

With Love is the 2006 album by the Charles Tolliver Big Band. Some of the people within the Big Band include Robert Glasper and Jimmy Cozier. This was released on Blue Note.

Stanley Turrentine - Home Again (1982) {Collectables}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Aug. 21, 2016
Stanley Turrentine - Home Again (1982) {Collectables}

Stanley Turrentine - Home Again (1982) {Collectables}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 243MB + 5% Recovery
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Genre: Jazz-Funk

This album of sophisticated 1980s jazz-funk from one of the master practitioners of the genre features Stanley Turrentine accompanied by a small group on a selection of mostly uptempo pieces, including the disco-influenced “Paradise” and the ballad “I Knew It Couldn’t Happen,” the latter with vocals by the well-known singer and actress Irene Cara.
Stanley Cowell - New World (1978) {2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000}

Stanley Cowell - New World (1978) {2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000}
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© 2014 Galaxy / Concord / Universal Music Japan | UCCO-90365
Jazz / Soul Jazz / Post Bop / Rhodes / Hammond

A surprisingly righteous little album from Stanley Cowell – a set cut after his more famous music for the Strata East label, but one that still hangs onto a similar vibe! The style's a bit tighter than before, but still filled with soul and spirit – thanks to a lineup that includes Julian Priester on trombone, Eddie Henderson on trumpet, and Pat Patrick on reeds – making a key appearance here away from the Sun Ra Arkestra! Cowell plays both piano and keyboards, and the record has a bit of strings, and a bit of vocals – but all used tastefully, in ways that further enforce the depth of the tunes. Tracks include "El Space-O", "Ask Him", "Island Of Haitoo", and "I'm Tryin To Find A Way".